|To repair the notebook battery, it is not enough just to replace cells.The battery will not work, or will work badly.
The reason consists in contents of EEPROM chip.
It remains the same as it was before replacement of cells, and contains the information that the battery
is unusable. "Smart Battery EEPROM Resetter" allows to change these contents, and the battery will work as new.
Process of restoration is very simple and does not require special knowledge or skills. You need just connect EEPROM chip to adapter, and to press " Reset " button. All necessary changes will be made automatically. Then you need to assemble the battery and inset it into notebook.
"Smart Battery EEPROM Resetter" uses Philips Standard I2C Parallel Port Adapter that can be assembled in one hour by person with no electronics skills and does not require any hard-to-find components. Total components cost is around $1.
"Smart Battery EEPROM Resetter" allows user to reset Smart Battery EEPROM contents to its initial values (this will erase all tracks of previous battery usage) except for ManufactureDate, which will be changed to current system date. All the Permanent Failure Flags if such will be found will be cleared (this will unlock the battery if it is locked) . So user will have a "brand new" battery after repacking. Electronics skills are also not needed. Everything works automatically. No editable fields. Just one button - "Reset".
Allows to read and write content of EEPROM chip used in battery.
The chipsets listed above cover a grate variety of notebook batteries such as used in IBM ThinkPad, DELL, Toshiba, HP etc.
This software has no parameters to be adjusted by user.
Simply connect the battery or EEPROM chip to adapter and start the
program. The only thing user has to remember - adapter must be
connected to LPT1 with the following settings in BIOS: address - 378,
modes - EPP or ECP. "Smart Battery EEPROM Resetter" can be run under the following versions
of Windows: Win95/Win98/WinME/Win2000/Win2003/WinXP. If you work under Win95/98/ME then go to "My
Computer/Properties/Performance/File System/Troubleshooting/" and check
"Disable all 32-bit protected-mode disk drivers " checkbox. No special requirements for PC hardware.
Price: $20 for each chipset. You can order as many chipsets as you want, but if you want all of them, we recommend you "Smart Battery Workshop" for $80.
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