Hello everyone. I have a Macbook Pro 7,1 Mid 2010. About a week ago, my laptop charger, I thought, broke. What happens, is it flashes green and orange very quickly while plugged in. So I bought a new charger on Ebay (my exisiting charger was a replacement too), but that one didn't work (no indicator light comes on). Now before this broke, and since I got this laptop last year (from a friend), I knew the "Service Battery Soon" indicator was on and would need a new battery. So I read somewhere to unplug the battery from the LogicBoard for a little and plug it back in, then try to charge again. I did that and same result. So then I unplugged the battery entirely and tried to load it running off the chargers, and no result there either. Right now, I don't know which one I should try to replace. I know I need a new battery either way. Could the battery being dead stop both chargers from turning on while the battery isn't plugged in to the LOgicBoard? That doesn't make sense to me. Maybe I got unlucky and just have a defective charger. I don't want to get a new battery to use it for a few hours and have a bad charger... and I don't want to get a new charger to need a new battery from it being dead. Are there any tricks I could try to do to get everything running again? I hate this back up Windows laptop. Thanks!