Mornin' everyone, I bought a new battery for my macbook pro in January since the old one wasn't holding a charge anymore, and it had been working great up until yesterday where it now won't charge and the laptop refuses to run off the battery. Pressing the button still shows that the battery has a charge, however if you unplug the computer it will shut off, and in the tool bar it says (Not Charging) and Condition: Replace Now As said, the battery is only about 2 months old with 47 cycles on it. From the system profiler... Battery Information: Model Information: Device name: ASMB012 Pack Lot Code: 0000 PCB Lot Code: 0000 Firmware Version: a41b Hardware Revision: 0000 Cell Revision: 0000 Charge Information: Charge remaining (mAh): 0 Fully charged: No Charging: No Full charge capacity (mAh): 0 Health Information: Cycle count: 47 Condition: Replace Now Battery Installed: Yes Amperage (mA): -3 Voltage (mV): 11221 Since my wifi card seems to have randomly died yesterday and this is a pretty new battery, I'm wondering if all the hardware on my computer is messed up and it just is having a problem communicating with the battery, or is the battery actually dead? Thanks!