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Dell labtop battery help please

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by piedude, Nov 10, 2007.

  1. piedude

    piedude Member

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    My battery works but my computer doesnt charge so it shut off i tried to repair some parts but i dont want to break anything my charger is also working and is goodPLEASE help me
     
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    Can anyone help me please i need help so badly!
     
  3. GrandpaBW

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    Well, one of the two isn't working, especially if the battery isn't charging. What parts did you try to repair?
     
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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    moved to correct forum as not a dvd rom problem.
     
  5. GrandpaBW

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    Hey pieman. I see you didn't like the answer your got here, so you started a new thread which was promptly closed.

    Looks like you are going to have to help yourself.

    Goodbye. :wink:
     
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    As for which part is faulty, how did you check the charger, and what modifications did you make?
     
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    Your battery is probably dead. What I did once was that I just ordered some more AA Lithium-ion batteries took the old ones out of the battery pack and soldered the new ones in. It really is that easy and that is what you could do. That might cost you around 30 USD instead of spending 100+ on a battery.
     
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