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Since you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are aftermarket, and Dell BIOSes are touchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I enter the BIOS on the system (running A25, on purpose) it will complain by saying Not a Dell battery.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one where they cloned it and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM due to play it safe duehow particular Dell has designed the battery authentication to be, and the exact issue you ran into. Withamount of issues the knockoffs tend to have. I can use 3rd party packs that do *enough* in my E7440E7440, but that means I need to carry a Dellan OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issuewith me to make the BIOS happy, which youmachine happy in some situations…. even if it’s nearing the end of its life. You can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one where they cloned it and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM due to play it safe duehow particular Dell has designed the battery authentication to be, and the exact issue you ran into. Withamount of issues the knockoffs tend to have. I can use 3rd party packs that do *enough* in my E7440E7440, but that means I need to carry a Dellan OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issuewith me to make the BIOS happy, which youmachine happy in some situations…. even if it’s nearing the end of its life. You can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this. Try an exchange if you want, but it's usually due to BIOS rejection.

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Since you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are aftermarket, and Dell BIOSes are touchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I enter the BIOS on the system (running A25, on purpose) it will complain by saying Not a Dell battery.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one where they cloned it and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this. Try an exchange if you want, but it's usually due to BIOS rejection.
 
'''Usually these sellers who sell batteries that trick the BIOS lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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Since you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are aftermarket, and Dell BIOSes are touchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I enter the BIOS on the system (running A25, on purpose) it will complain by saying Not a Dell battery.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one where they cloned it and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this. Try an exchange if you want, but it's usually due to BIOS rejection.
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this. Try an exchange if you want, but it's usually due to BIOS rejection.
 
'''Usually these sellers who sell batteries that trick the BIOS lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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Since you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are aftermarket, and Dell BIOSes are touchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I enter the BIOS on the system (running A25A25, on purpose) it will complain by saying Not a Dell battery.'''
Since you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are aftermarket, and Dell BIOSes are touchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I enter the BIOS on the system (running A25A25, on purpose) it will complain by saying Not a Dell battery.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one where they cloned it and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who sell batteries that trick the BIOS lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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TheSince you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are touchy with theaftermarket, and Dell BIOSes, since theyBIOSes are still aftermarket - Itouchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I run itenter the BIOS on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one featuresystem (running A25) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM - many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery with the computer. Would not buywill complain by saying Not a OEM pack used, but if it’s part of the deal I’ll take it and see how long it lastsDell battery.'''
TheSince you cleared out the CMOS RAM, it sounds like the BIOS doesn't like the pack. The iFixit batteries are touchy with theaftermarket, and Dell BIOSes, since theyBIOSes are still aftermarket - Itouchy about accepting them. '''I got one for my E7440 from iFixit and when I run itenter the BIOS on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one featuresystem (running A25) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM - many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery with the computer. Would not buywill complain by saying Not a OEM pack used, but if it’s part of the deal I’ll take it and see how long it lastsDell battery.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned itit and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned itit and have good compatibility, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who have propersell batteries that trick the BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''
'''Usually these sellers who have propersell batteries that trick the BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes, since they are still aftermarket - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM as- many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery so I can at least deferwith the inevitablecomputer. Would not buy a OEM pack used, but if it’s part of the issue then is you have to deal with UN3841I’ll take it and see how long it lasts.'''
The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes, since they are still aftermarket - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM as- many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery so I can at least deferwith the inevitablecomputer. Would not buy a OEM pack used, but if it’s part of the issue then is you have to deal with UN3841I’ll take it and see how long it lasts.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes, since they are still aftermarket - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM as many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery so I can at least defer the inevitable but the issue then is you have to deal with UN3841.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell was affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony made them hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''For the internal packs, I recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] or another reputable supplier and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSesBIOSes, since they are still aftermarket - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM as many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery so I can at least defer the inevitable but the issue then is you have to deal with UN3841.'''
The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSesBIOSes, since they are still aftermarket - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack. '''That said, I DO get why they don’t sell used OEM as many of them are garbage health wise, but if I buy the machine used I do like to get the battery so I can at least defer the inevitable but the issue then is you have to deal with UN3841.'''
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hardwas affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For'''For the internalsinternal packs, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!XPS!'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hardwas affected by the Sony recall in 2005/6. The issue now is Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For'''For the internalsinternal packs, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM pack (not the best health wise; near EOL per ePSA) and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!XPS!'''
 
As much as I hate to say it, you’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!
 
As much as I hate to say it, returnyou’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eateating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople]link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
As much as I hate to say it, returnyou’re better off returning the aftermarket pack and eateating the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople]link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople] and you won’t have to deal with their BS around this.
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issueissue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issueissue to make the BIOS happy, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!
 
As much as I hate to say it, return the pack and eat the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople].
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issue, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!
 
As much as I hate to say it, return the pack and eat the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [https://www.parts-people.com/|PartsPeoplelink|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople].
As much as I hate to say it, return the pack and eat the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [https://www.parts-people.com/|PartsPeoplelink|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=20795|PartsPeople].
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. With my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issue, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!
 
As much as I hate to say it, return the pack and eat the restocking fee. Buy the OEM one from [https://www.parts-people.com/|PartsPeople].
 
'''Usually these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run it on the 2nd to final BIOS prior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. '''UsuallyWith my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issue, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!

'''Usually
these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. '''UsuallyWith my E7440 I carry a Dell OEM and swap if it has an issue, which you can’t do in a sealed XPS!

'''Usually
these sellers who have proper BIOS tricking batteries lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run myit on the 2nd to final BIOS (Iprior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run myit on the 2nd to final BIOS (Iprior to A27 (A25; I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS with the clone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and removewith the batteryclone pack.
The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and removewith the batteryclone pack.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe due to the exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe for thisdue to the exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe for thisdue to the exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch it, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe for this exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch outit, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. For the internals, I usually recommend going OEM to play it safe for this exact issue you ran into. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch outit, so play at your own risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch out so play at your own risk.risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch out so play at your own risk.risk. BUT laptops with batteries pass the inspector smell test…'''

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch out so play at your own risk.'''
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails. More then likely your tired OEM works because it has the right information, but the 3rd party is different. Unless you find one on eBay where they cloned it, you will often run into problems with Dell and 3rd party packs. '''Usually these sellers lie to USPS for cheap shipping, so the Postal Inspector may get on you if they catch out so play at your own risk.'''

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.
 
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 20062005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails.
This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 20062005/6. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails.

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The iFixit batteries are touchy with the Dell BIOSes - I got one for my E7440 and when I run my on the 2nd to final BIOS (I do not want one feature) it complains if I press F2 and go into BIOS and remove the battery.

This doesn’t surprise me one bit - Dell got bit hard by Sony in 2006. The Sony disaster made them over hyper paranoid about 3rd party batteries :(. It works in ePSA or normal boot modes, but if I dare go into the BIOS it fails.

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