Question about HP Compaq nc6320 Notebook
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My laptop does not charge, because of the enable circuit in my lappy. It has been fried.
Why? because a smart guy thought he could charge it without the charger, which caused it to stop enabling the charger.
So, i just need to know, can i somehow bypass that enabling in the psu, or is it just easier to find the "enabling" circuit, and replace the parts which has been fried?
It is an Hp/Compaq NC6320 laptop.
No, you have to replace fried charge controller IC with exact one, or it'll not work.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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