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Latitude Charger wrong

I am using a laptop with a different charger, Latitide D505 with Latitude D600 charger,

how can i fix (using this charger) this problem, and make the battery charge and laptop work on high performaces?

Ahmet

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No, look maybe I'm not that good in "sentences" but that's not my problem, the problem is that Dell Latitudes laptops (many of them) has an option on BIOS to warn you when you're not using the correct charger (has to do with the wattage not voltage or amp.)
So, i know exactly the problem, i just want to know if there is any way to deal with this problem, because when your at this point, the battery will not charge and the performance will be minimum
Read the warning message yourself, so if you have any solution about my problem (not with english sentences) please let me know. If not, as for sentences i will ask my english teacher (when i will have one)

Thank you for your time.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

Firstly, you should try to use correct sentence structure.

Secondly, as long as it's a pa-10 or pa-12 for the d600 you should be fine. the chargers are not specific to each laptop, rather they are more specific to the dell product family(the type of power connectors on each).

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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