Laptop not response.

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HP Laptop
Laptop Battery
I have dv5 hp laptop series no.1102tu. It is since I have 4 years.
It is showed everyday the replace the battery since one month.
But i did not changed it. Last two days before the laptop has totally irresponsible and I bought a new original battery but my laptop hasn't started since I plugged it in.
When ever I connect the charger, the power line shows the indicator but the charging light flashes for only 10 minutes. When ever I press the laptop power button, the charging flash goes off.
I have checked the bios battery and it already has power. Please help.


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just follow Subhendu  answer  90 % it will work. Incase if the problem continuos please remove the RAM and check it .It will work

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  • jinteik
    if lets say you run only on electric will it start up?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Try this tricks if it may work..... 1st Shutdown the Laptop, and unplug the adapter, now remove the battery, & hold down power button for a while. Now, again plug in the adapter without battery inserting, and start again the Laptop, open CP > device manager and expand the entry for batteries, right click and uninstall. When this is completed, switch off the Laptop, & unplug adapter, again insert the battery and then start the Laptop on just the inserted battery. Don't worry, wind will automatically reinstall the driver and leave it to work for some minutes and don't touch the Laptop. Again shut down it and plug in adapter with the battery and power on the Laptop.
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