Why does my Laptop only work when the charger is plugged in?

My laptop only turns on when the charger is plugged in and even then it fails to charge. As soon as I remove the charger from my laptop, it completely shuts down and I have to once again turn it on by plugging in the charger, pressing the power button and continuing to keep it plugged in until I stop using it....

Why won't it charge at all, and yet why does it only turn on with the charger plugged in?

The green light on the charger lights up when the cord is plugged to the laptop, which means that charger is working. I think it may be the battery but ive tried to reset it and take it off the laptop and then put it back on several times but still the same result.

PLEASE HELP ME IF YOU CAN, I'D GREATLY APPRECIATE IT! Thanks :)

Beantwoord! View the answer Dit probleem heb ik ook

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Replace the battery, they're cheap: http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keyword...

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excuse me i have same problem but my battery is proper what might be the reason

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Roshan, it would be best to start a new question so others will see it. I don't have an answer right off the bat.

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My new Lenovo did the same thing after having it for one month. Tech came and replaced the motherboard today. Still doing the same thing.

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My laptop only works when it is plugged in, i bought a new battery and it still only works when plugged in.

And now their is a X on the battery icon. Can you Please help me and tell me why that is ..

Thanks in advance!

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I have the same problem, it was fixed after I bought a new battery, it was saying before I booted it up that the batter wasn’t working properly anymore, so when I got a new batter the problem was solved. This happens because of 4 reasons

# Battery was physically damaged (like your computer fell or something)

# Battery has reached it’s full potential and the lithium-ion has died, so it can’t be charge anymore

# You keep your computer plugged in when it doesn’t need to be charged so the battery overheats and after too much over heating the battery basically dies.

# Your computer has been hacked or infected with a virus, and when the motherboard blocks connection with the battery it cannot receive power from it. I don’t know how hackers do it, but somehow they can block connection from your battery to the motherboard.

  1. The only other way you can get this fixed without replacing the batter is calling a technician and seeing what they think about the situation.
  2. Hope this helps. :)

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