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dsenette

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i'm not saying we can...im just voicing my assumptions about how certain things would seem to work...such that...even if his battery had no juice in "theory" the thing should work with it plugged into the wall.....unless the battery is completely internally shanked...or the connection between it and the laptop itself is bad
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what are the little LED lights for on the battery.. and theres a button?
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you guys really should check this out before going any further. I have same problem and am going home tonight to see if this fixes it.

http://delltalk.us.d...essage.id=35366
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hahaha listen i just took my battery out of my laptop when i was reading these and it doesnt turn off or antying. So i assume (keyword) his computer would still turn on, however he might want to take the battery out while its plugged into the wall and see if it will turn on then
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what are the little LED lights for on the battery.. and theres a button?

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The LEDs are a battery charge indicator. Press the button and the number of lights that come on show how full a charge you have.

And yes, you can run your laptop without any batteries in if it's plugged in to the wall.
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you should be able to run the laptop without the battery if the battery chargering plate is not loose or dislocated.
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