Question about Dell Inspiron 8600 Notebook
The choice for an ideal laptop depends on following factors like:
1) Your usage pattern: whether you use the laptop for just browsing the internet, or for office work, or for high resource demanding games, softwares,etc.
2) After-sales support: Some manufacturers provide good service support whereas other might let you down. Also, one has to be careful about the high service fees that some manufacturers might charge later on after the warranty period gets expired.
3) Upgradability: With technology always moving forward, it is always good to buy a product which can be later on upgraded as your needs change.
4) Your Budget
5) Operating System:Some manufacturers like Sony Viao are offering free upgrades to Windows 7 if you purchase some models having Vista OS
You should keep al these points in mind while short-listing a new laptop. Also, make detailed enquiries regarding these from the respective sales representatives of various manufacturers at the showrooms.
Our suggestion would be to go for either Sony, Toshiba or Dell (Also, you must be knowing about Dell since you are already using it)
Hope this solves your problem. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There is high possibility that your adapter is stuffed. Dell have built in a recognition circuitry
into the 65w adapters and when that goes, the system will no longer recognize
it as a 65w adapter even though it is still putting out 65w. The system then
shuts off the battery recharge circuit and to make matters worse it won't even
charge the battery when the computer is off. It also
speedsteps the processor down to half its speed so everything runs slower. Only
option is to stick with a slow computer that can't be used on batteries or buy
another ac adapter.
you do not want to pay $80 for a original adapter directly from dell,
there is an alternative choice to get an 3rd party charger, check this
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