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My Dell Studio 1535 Battery Is Not Charging, Can Anyone Help Me?

My dell studio 1535 is just about 10months old. All of a sudden when i plug it in, it makes a a beeping sound, says my adapter cannot be determined, plug in a recommended dell 90w adapter bla bla bla, after that, it goes on to show plugged in but not charging on the battery icon. while its plugged in, i can work with my laptop as if its a desktop. i even removed the battery and it still comes up but of course as soon i disconnected the charger, the laptop just shuts down. I want to know if anyone has had a similar problem and how it was resolved. Do i need to change d battery or is it the adapter that is bad? when i entered my bios, it says battery is healthy but lists adapter type as unknown yet d adapter is powering d system without battery. Pls help!!!!!!!!??

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My own inspir0n 1525 n0rmally do dat tin buh if i d0n try straighten d cable, he go naw begin dy charge

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Update your BIOS, sometime it's the windows update block laptop to detect the device.

Or see a replacement dell studio 1535 battery for your laptop.

http://www.battery-center.net/dell-studio-1535-battery.html

http://www.laptopbatteryretail.com/dell-studio-1535-battery.htm

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ok thanks so much. I will try these suggestions and get back to you all asap. Hope something gives!!

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Dear bloodred,

Thanks for the above enquiry, could you check underneath your charger and laptop to make

sure both has 90 V written on them. if it is then good. if not get a good charger from your

local shop then test . Most dell charger are usually shipped with Dell logo on them. do you have logo on yours ?

Also check no damages/white stains to the charging port on your laptop as well as the charger, as this might explain

the behaviour. could also be the DC jack is weaken and need re-soldering especially if charger is forcefully removed.

Here's your diagnostics, turn laptop on and keep pressing f2 or delete to get to bios

play round until you found Bios version A00, A02 or similar make note of this and

let the tecs know on your next reply. Dell has released new Bios update A06 which

addresses some known issues. read for yourself

http://support.euro.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&s=dhs&SystemID=STUDIO1535&os=WLH&osl=en&servicetag=&catid=-1&impid=-1&deviceid=17886&libid=7&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&releaseid=R182065&formatcnt=1&vercnt=1

Worth installing new Bios update and see what happen. don't be alarm ! when you disconnect your charger and battery

laptop turns off. that's normal because laptop is receiving power but not to the battery and as a result

it turns off itself. I am 100% certain is a battery problem not the charger itself.

2nd diagnostics let the battery run flat then disconnect charger and battery and hold your laptop

power button down for about 40 seconds discharge statics electricity then pop in the battery and charger for about 45 minutes to

fully charge then disconnect the charger then test to see if will turn off. provided you follow the diagnostics

prescribed you should notice some differences. Take your time and if unsure clarify with us and one of colleagues

we be able to help. Good luck !

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Change the charging cord and see if it helps.

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