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Determine if Your Motherboard Is Dead

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Can you charge your computer when the motherboard is broken or dead?

I have a Microsoft computer, and when I plugged in the charger, the icon had the plug to show that the PC was charging. I left the computer like that overnight, and the battery icon still showed 0% charged. I did this for a day, and then two days, and so on. The battery icon didn't change and whenever I unplug the computer, it dies almost instantly. I looked this problem up, and it said that it doesn't charge because of a problem with the motherboard. I looked up solutions and couldn't find one. I still can't figure it out. I'm asking what the motherboard does to your battery and power and charge. Not whether the motherboard is dead or not. I have tried: Nothing. I didn't want to tamper with it. Any other solution suggested buying another computer or finding someone to fix it. I think it was caused by: I can't think of anything. I got this computer as a "hand-me-down". Not sure what the person before me did with it.

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