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Re: not charging the battery
If the laptop is not charging the battery, I would suggest to download and install the BIOS update at www.support.dell.com (if you have at least 20% battery charge) If this fix wont resolve the issue, i apologize but the motherboard needs to be replaced. Hope this helps
Sometimes, by downloading and installing the BIOS update may bot solve the problem if you are having the 3rd party after-market battery, because the battery does not have the right source code to communicate with the BIOS at all. If updating the BIOS can not fix the problem, you will need to get a good battery. I used to order from this place: www.dekcell.com
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This sounds like a problem with the AC charger not providing enough power. The battery never charges enough to maintain power during boot. See if you can borrow a charger to check (maybe from a local shop), or buy one (since you'll probably need one anyway). Don't over pay. I see them on eBay for $12 or so. I bought one recently from a local shop for $25. That should give you a ballpark price. Post your zip code, maybe someone here can help you.
first check your charger cable that everything are ok. if not then tell me is your computer run only from your battery back up. if not then i think your battery become weak. so it is unable to keep charge. then the way is change your battery and buy original battery from Dell show room. but if battery ok then change your charger. thanks
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charger for it, it should fix the problem and it will reduce any damage
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this is simple, there are only two things tht can be wrong or faulty: 1. your charger is messed up, or it simple is not an original dell charger in wich case replacing the thing with an original D600 charger will fix it.
2. your battery is messed up and u may need a new one or its not an original
Mind you many parts of a dell are configured only to worked with same model and original pieces so make sure all the parts are real then if the problem persists, check (for the charger) when the wire is wriggled wether the little green light flickers if it does replace the charger if not try the laptop with somone elses battery to see if it works well if it does change batteries if not then its an internal wiring problem and the warranty will cover tht altough it is Highly unlikely that wiring problems will be present...
Ok... that makes a little more sense... Here is what i want you to check... Disconnect the AC Adapter from the system and plug it into the mains, check the LED light (Should be Green). Then plug in the connector to the laptop, check the LED. If the LED turns off when you connect the laptop. Your Laptop motherboard needs to be changed.
Its ok. Um just leave the battery plugged into your laptop and the power cord plugged into the laptop as well and the laptop will charge it for you. If it won't, the battery is no good and get a new one but you don't need a external battery charger to charge your laptop battery.