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Battery Problems I have a dell d410 latitude(might b a bit old).Used to work fine but now it doesnt work if I unplug the adapter.For some odd reason it has stopped charging the battery althogether.Do I need a new battery or can it be fixed?cheers.....

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I had similar problem with my D410. The battery started dying too soon, and then it worsened quickly and eventually stopped charging.

You can check the condition of your battery in Dell's QuickSet program. Click on Battery Meter and click on Battery Meter tab. It will tell you if your battery is functioning normally.

It's something they will never tell you, but these batteries never last too long. I got my replacement at eBay.

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If the battery is over a year old, then odds are you need to replace the battery.

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