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Power problem with dell latitude.

I have a power problem: both my battery and AC adopter are new, but I noticed that my battery is not changin up at all. One time, I let the laptop plugged in for over five hours. Then, I switched into bettery use, but whithin five minutes the battery became dead. So, I removed the battery in order to use the adopter, but the system won't start at all. In addition to that, I checked the battery by pushing the test putton on the battery, and all I could see is one green led. the rest are off. Now, I can't use by laptop due to this problem. Also, at the starting time the Bios showed F1 to continue! before the system died again, because the battery was not fully change.

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This is a failed power management system on the motherboard. The power management system regulates the power input, usage, allows the machine to switch from AC t battery, and controls the charging. When this fails it can cause problems ranging from battery not charging, power on battery only, power on AC or battery but not both, no power at all, and more. You will most likely have to replace the motherboard, however, there are a few places that do circuitry and component repairs on motherboards. Google motherboard repair facilities, get an estimate, and compare the price to a new board.

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