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Charger works good, outputs 19.1 volts and the voltage gets to the circuit board inside the computer. the constant current regulator inside the computer does not output 10.8 volts. Laptop works good from battery but the computer cannot charge the battery when its installed. Need diagram of regulator circuitry and some explanations?

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  • vcds1 Dec 22, 2008

    same problem on my M45-169,other new battery same problem not even charging at all old battery up to 31%

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