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Laptop does not charge.

Hi guys, this is a question for the hardcore hardware guys out there.

I reently bought a laptop where it will not charge.
The computer works fine, however, it just will not charge. If i take the battery from another of the same laptop, the computer works fine, it just doesent recognize the charger.

The charger works fine, but the "third pin" in it, just, hmm, i think that it is a kind of enabling pin, and because the idiot whom i bought the laptop from thought he could bypass the psu and just connect a lab-psu, so he had 18V at the third pin of the psu.

So, finally my question.

Is it possible to bypass the enbaling pin, or do i need to find the enabling circuit, and replace the broken parts?

I hope you can help

Kinly Regards

Henrik

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  • flexq_87 Jan 03, 2009

    HI theginko

    Unfortunety your links was no help for me.

    But thanks anyway for your time.


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