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frantheman
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my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

 HP Pavilion dv 9000 . windows vista 

 

error wont charge battery  0% available plugged in and charging

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

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Hi:

 

Could be a few things...dead battery, dirty/oxidized battery connectiions from the battery to the notebook. Faulty adapter.

 

Paul

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

frantheman,

Can you power up without the battery?

There has been a recall on specific battery numbers, see here:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=c01722254

 

Battery maybe totally dead.

Charger- are you sure it's lit and shows an indication of charging.

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

Hi Paul there seems to be no dirty connections. it just stop charging all of a sudden! the adopter is working good.maybe best thing is to try and replace the battery. thanks for the advice fran

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

WB2001 Thanks so much for that help my model of latop is on that list u gave me and in the time frame when they say the fault happened since when i bought it ! I will get on to HP for a free repalcement....

 

thanks once again for the help

 

Frantheman

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

It shows an indecator light to show its charging . and when i take the battery out pc works fine.

 

I tryed the battery rplacement program and says im not eligble ! 

 

Your battery is not affected and is not part of this replacement program. Thank you for your cooperation. If you believe this may be an error please verify that you have entered the correct battery bar code id and try again or contact HP for further assistance by using one of the "Contact Us" options on the top left of the page. You may continue using your battery.

 

I will try a new battery and see how it goes..

 

thanks once again WB2001

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Re: my hp dv 9000 laptop battery wont charge? 0% available plugged in and charging help anyone?

i have the exact same problem, the battery was working fine till a couple days ago but now it shows that the battery is 0% and is plugged in and charging but doesnt charge at all are there any possible solutions, i tried reinstalling the battery drivers in device manager but the battery sign only shows that it is charging for like 10seconds and then goes back to the normal 

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