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Eight Business Days


EleCivil

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I'm inspired. I want to write. I mean, I want to REALLY write. I want to pound out the rest of Laika, right now. I've got some poetry running around in my head, and another story, too. I want to get it all out. I've been pretty blocked for the past couple months, but now I'm ready to explode. In word form. Wordsplosion, Vocabustion, Abecedarian-Conflagration!

Problem is, my laptop's battery has died. Completely died. To the point where, even when it's plugged into the wall, there's no juice getting to the laptop itself. The laptop's got all my writing files on it - character bibles, plot outlines, loose dialogue, etc. On top of that, it's the only computer I've got access to that's private, and I've never been able to write well in public.

I've ordered a new battery, but it'll take somewhere around eight business days to get here. But when it does, expect a new chapter (or two) within a couple days.

"No Reason Why - to beat up on a poser skin!

No Reason Why - to keep the little kids from getting in!

No Reason Why - to take advantage of the people you know!

No Reason Why - there's just no reason why!"

-"No Reason Why" by Gorilla Biscuits

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I cannot state with certainty, but I believe the laptop MAY work if you removed the battery and leave the charging unit plugged in to provide power.

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I cannot state with certainty, but I believe the laptop MAY work if you removed the battery and leave the charging unit plugged in to provide power.
This should work on most laptops. I've done it before.
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Problem is, my laptop's battery has died. Completely died. To the point where, even when it's plugged into the wall, there's no juice getting to the laptop itself. The laptop's got all my writing files on it - character bibles, plot outlines, loose dialogue, etc. On top of that, it's the only computer I've got access to that's private, and I've never been able to write well in public.
Hmm, I am wondering how you wrote this post...? :icon_geek::icon11:
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I cannot state with certainty, but I believe the laptop MAY work if you removed the battery and leave the charging unit plugged in to provide power.
This should work on most laptops. I've done it before.
It worked! I can't believe I never tried that!Thanks! Now I'm off to write.
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It worked! I can't believe I never tried that!Thanks! Now I'm off to write.
Ask a geek and ye' shall receive.It goes against common sense so I understand why you haven't tried it.
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