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NEC ultralite SL/25C with not start up batteries(cmos, bridge)new

Is there something I'm not doing right?
I know it's old, it ran fine until the battery died.

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  • solarangelz Feb 11, 2009

    I put in a new CMOS battery and Bridge battery.

    The main battery is dead so I took it out.

    The AC has always been connected.

    My NEC Ultralite SL/25C will not turn on.

    Help.

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Try to remove the battery and plug into AC.

you can also try to recharge your battery (if it is still working well) for a few hours before turning the laptop on.

let us know.

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