Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
I have an Insipron E1505 and have 3 different batteries for it. I just got a bigger power adapter for the laptop about 6 months ago when I had a problem of the laptop not recognizing the power cord. Now it seems all 3 of my batteries will not hold a charge. They charge up fine but when unplugged the batteries lose their charge quickly and then even with about 50% of the charge left in the battery the laptop will immediately go into hibernation. I would think it's the battery but how can none of them be holding a charge? I know there is a limited lifespan on the batteries but how can all of them go bad at the same time? Could it be something else wrong?
They have a battery tester software online free 15 days or so that would tell u maby did u buy generic power pack also
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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