Question about Dell Latitude X300 Notebook
As i found out on the internet my Dell x300 latitude cannot charge the
battery because i use another ''Dell'' adapter with the same ratings
though. The cause is the signal sent over the third pin by the original
adapter that tells the laptop to be able to charge the battery.
My question: is there anyone with the original adapter who can view this signal on an oscilloscope? Maybe it is just a steady voltage that is needed, maybe a complex digital code, maybe a simple one that can be imitated by a simple circuit or even a tape recording.
Anyone have any ideas about this?
My best bet to say for to go to an electronics store and mach up a new one, because to try and test the one you have now would be more costly than to replace it. biigg53566
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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