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thinkpad battery/standby LEDs

Discussion in 'Laptops' started by omirek10, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. omirek10

    omirek10 Guest

    Hello!

    I bought IBM Thinkpad T22 and need some kind explanation
    about what is meaning of those LED indicators with battery, moon
    and arrow-with-X. I cannot find anything by googling...

    Also, is it normal my (used) battery is getting hot during
    charging?

    Any links to websites other than www.ibm.com/support are welcome.

    Thanks
     
    omirek10, Oct 21, 2005
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  2. Read the manual.

    Battery probably means "charging" (unless you mean the picture of a hard
    disk - the charging light usually is the AC light blinking orange).
    Moon means "hibernating". Arrow with X doesn't ring a bell.
    That's perfect. Download your manual from there.

    Peter
     
    Peter T. Breuer, Oct 21, 2005
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