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Windows 7: NEVER underestimate " Restarting Your Computer " if it acts weird!

09 Mar 2014   #11
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I never did the AA battery thing. They must be before my time too.
It's actually a good thing to know. Fortunately, I have beaucoup AAs, all rechargeable.
While rechargeable are very useful they only have a fully charged voltage of 1.2 volts, whereas ordinary dry cells are 1.5 volts, so one needs to keep in mind the voltage reduction if used in multiples. For example 4 rechargeable batteries in series would total 4.8 volts, whereas 4 dry cells would be 6 volts.
Well, You can put batteries in series so the voltage multiplies or you put them in a paralell thinngy wich makes both batteries draw half the power. so kinda:

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09 Mar 2014   #12
sisrace

 

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I never did the AA battery thing. They must be before my time too.
Well. Both my parents are around 45-50 years old so maybe yes
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09 Mar 2014   #13
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09 Mar 2014   #14
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Gotta love my amazing paint drawing skills
I know if I saw that diagram on a box haning on a rack in CompUSA I'd buy it for sure.
Haha :P
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