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Evo n610c laptop battery not charging

Evo n610c
it says upon start up: 103 charge circuit failure
the battery does not charge
waddoo i do ?

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My Compaq Evo N610c says that window could not load installer for battery. I should contact my hardware vendor for assistance

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Time for a new battery.

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1......Make sure the unit is completely off.

2...........Hold down the "FN" key and turn the unit on with the main sliding Power switch and immediately start to tap the "F11" key.

3.............The unit will look likes it's shutting down. Let it do this three times.

This resets the CMOS. On first boot, the POST will check the RAM and inform you that changes have been made. Accept the changes.
This also resets all of the information in the BIOS to the defaults. If you have made changes (security passwords, asset numbers,etc.) enter the BIOS first and record all these settings so you can restore them afterwards.

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Dont worry you can go through your problem by visiting the link below-
http://ftp1.us.dell.com/diags/R66243.htm#s1

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