So I believe I have the 3rd Generation Macbook and for some reason the battery is not charging. The icon on the top of the screen shows that it's plugged in but the battery is still displaying (0%). I think it all started about a week ago when my 1st charger frayed at the connection point and eventually stopped working after an annoying month. The Macbook died and I left it alone for another week until I got to the Apple store and payed $80 dollars for another. I brought it home tonight and plugged it into my mac and the green led on it went on and is still on right now. The computer recognizes the battery because there is no X on the battery icon yet it still wont charge. I disconnect the charger and the computer shuts off... I thought I'd also mention that when I click the little charge meter button on the battery nothing happens, not even a single flasher. So is the problem the new charger? It's a generation newer than my previous one, it's the one with the silver cylinder connector. I tried downloading Coconut Battery but every time I launch it it crashes so I don't know the load cycles and all that. If I have to buy a new battery then screw it, I'm going to buy a new Macbook Pro. I'm tired of this piece of ****, this is one of the many problems I've had. Anybody had the same problem? This is my first post so yeah..