Subject: Re: DS3100
To: Jeffrey Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Lord Isildur <email@example.com>
Date: 06/26/2000 22:34:47
i'm pretty sure that like microVAXen, the batteries are charged while the
machine is on, and so if the machien is on for a long time, or just
always left on, theyre not discharged, or are recharged. now, being
nicads, they will need replacement at some point if you actually want
them to hodl a charge. however, who turns their computers off?
On Tue, 27 Jun 100, Jeffrey Murphy wrote:
> One of my 3100s had a flat NVRAM battery. Careful inspection
> revealed it was just 2 NiCad batteries in a shrink-wrap. Even
> further examination revealed that the connector on them would
> plug into my R/C charger (just). Problem solved.