MacBook No battery Detection
Okay so first of all I never had any issues with the MacBook at all!
I put Windows on the system because everything I wanted to do could not be done with a mac OS-10. So then, I wanted to switch back to Mac OS-10 which I did.
I ran into a problem where the battery was not being detected at all! I fixed the issue for about 5 minutes and then it went back to not being detected with the X where the battery should be and it saying 0%.
I tried a SMC Reset and nothing, still I got it working again and again it was only for 5 minutes and I haven't been able to get it back working again
I don't think it’s the logic board, charger, or battery seeing that it was working on and off. When I hold the power button and remove the battery and keep holding for 10 seconds then putting the battery back in the system it then comes on without having to be plugged in but the fan is on and still no battery detection.
I think its something that's not installed or something from me switching the OS so many times.
When its connected to power cable the light on the MacBook blinks 5 times before it comes on.
Can anyone help?
I've tried everything, like I said it’s not the battery or power cable or the logic board (I think) because it was working twice for 5 minutes...
Its very annoying and sorry this post is a mess its 2 o'clock and I've been up all day working on this thing and nothing.
I also have 3 other battery's and it’s the same with them nothing works
With the Power Cable Connected
Without the Power Cable Connected
Is this a good question?