I cannot remove my battery...I tried to push the latch. But...

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  1. LostMemoriCry

    LostMemoriCry Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Guys,

    I was trying to do the hard disk replacement of my new m18x. I planed to use Force GT 120 and Vertex 3 240 instead of the current HDD.

    However, I pushed the battery latch as Dell manual described, the battery cannot be removed. I have no idea with this. Anyone who met this situation before? If u got any experience on this, please give me some advices.

    BTW, I e-mailed dell support and I will try to call them tomorrow morning.

    Thanks:confused:
     
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    3NZ0 Notebook Evangelist

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    You have to push it seriously hard and possibly use a screwdriver to leaver it out. My new m18x that arrived yesterday was so hard I had to use a slot screwdriver to lift out the battery as I pushed the catch. On the other hand the first one I got just fell out it was so loose.
     
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    F0RZA Notebook Guru

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    Ditto, I couldn't use my finger to do it. I had to get a screwdriver and push it. It will open
     
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    LostMemoriCry Notebook Enthusiast

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    CCCCCCCCCHERS MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!GREAT, I USE A SCREWDIRVER TO GET IT OUT AS WELL.


    Thanks, great man!!!
     
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    By the way, the software which is alien FX cannot change the colour on ZONE 1 which is the Alienware Logo only when it is in AC MODE, in terms of Battery Mode, it can be changed.

    Anyone who ...................Wait for help!:D
     
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