I've had a new problem come up in the last day or two with my 800mhz "snow" G3 iBook. As background on it, it has a factory battery(I think probably a replacement at some point as the plastic looks better than the rest of the plastic on the computer) that shows 210 cycles at this point. The computer didn't come with a charger, but I'm using the 50w Apple charger that I got with my TiBook that I think should work fine and in fact has been working fine for me. When I got the computer, the battery was completely dead. I charged it up, and since then it has cycled a few times and given me 2-3 hours of use-for a computer of this age, I'd consider that a healthy battery. As of yesterday, however, I have been unable to get the battery to charge. It reached 17%, but then simply stopped charging. With the computer turned on(OS X 10.4), the battery icon in the menu bar shows the "plug" icon(indicating that it's running off outlet power) rather than the charging "lightning bolt" with no further advance in the charge state, although the LED on the charger plug remains amber. I tried running the computer all the way down-to the point where it shut off-but it's still acting the same way. The menu bar shows 3% charge, but with the plug icon on the battery. Pressing the button on the bottom of the battery causes one LED to flash, but the charger LED remains amber. The computer shuts down as soon as I unplug it. I left it plugged in and shut down overnight-the charger LED is still amber, but the battery has not charged any. Any idea as to what might be going on?