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Hi @Colden Haulfield
 
You may have a problem with the Power control circuitry on the motherboard.
 
It is detecting that there is Power connected to the laptop but then not allowing it to run from that power source.
 
If you have a Dell E6230 then here’s a link to the [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6IqcVTk0jpYbFJLUE5lbW5TM0k/view|motherboard schematics] for your laptop, which may help
 
As I said this is down to board component level fault diagnosis.
 
Try the DC DC Interface circuits on p.42

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Hi @Colden Haulfield
 
You may have a problem with the Power control circuitry on the motherboard.
 
It is detecting that there is Power connected to the laptop but then not allowing it to run from that power source.
 
Here’sIf you have a Dell E6230 then here’s a link to the [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6IqcVTk0jpYbFJLUE5lbW5TM0k/view|motherboard schematics] for your laptop.laptop, which may help
Here’sIf you have a Dell E6230 then here’s a link to the [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6IqcVTk0jpYbFJLUE5lbW5TM0k/view|motherboard schematics] for your laptop.laptop, which may help
 
As I said this is down to board component level fault diagnosis.

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Hi @Colden Haulfield

You may have a problem with the Power control circuitry on the motherboard.

It is detecting that there is Power connected to the laptop but then not allowing it to run from that power source.

Here’s a link to the [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6IqcVTk0jpYbFJLUE5lbW5TM0k/view|motherboard schematics] for your laptop.

As I said this is down to board component level fault diagnosis.

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