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Sony Vaio - The battery does not recharge

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    Default Sony Vaio - The battery does not recharge

    The my girlfriend's laptop is with some problem in the battery, the light of battery flashes all time. When I checked the user manual in sony Website, it says that "the battery is unlocked or defective". Well, is there some process that can restore the battery? The battery occasionally recharges. Normally, when a battery is not working Windows warns, but this did not happen. Someone has a good suggestion?

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    I think if the battery is new, then the problem may be with the battery compartment of laptop that holds the battery. One of my friends was facing this problem in his laptop. Finally he took the help of a hardware expert and found out that the battery does not sit properly in the cabinet of the laptop and this loose connection creates the issues of not charging.

    There could also be a possibility of a defective battery. You can check it with a model which is compatible with the same battery.

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    Webworld, Many Thanks! I will verify it. Coming soon I will post a feedback. I also cannot believe in a battery problem, so I will test your suggestion.

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