Question about Compaq Armada M700 Notebook
Plugging in the power lead into either socket (laptop or docking station) should automatically start charging the installed battery (if it is working).
Li-ion batteries have a limited shelf life and even if "new" may not work if they have been left standing a long time. These "smart" batteries have some circuitry inside that drives the power indicator guage and could prevent the batteries from working if the Li-ion cells are degraded.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
There is a manual for your armada, the battery is inside the hinge, and you put the charger in the hinge..not sure if it on left or right side of it
If the battery is healthy then it will be full charged in a couple of hours from emty to full, if the battery ise´nt that healthy, it can take 10-12 hours of more
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