Laptop Battery Freezing

Dell LATITUDE D630
June 25, 2009 at 13:25:11
Specs: Vista.Ult.x64.SP1, Core2Duo.T7100/4GB
Seen some videos and read in different forums
that people have tried this and had results. Basically it consists of putting your laptop battery in the freezer for about 12-15 hours.
After it "defrosts" and is back to room temp, it
should last longer. I trust advise from this site
and hold its credibility higher than any other.
Your thoughts on this method and what kinda
damage if any should I be aware of should I
attempt this and also if it would be worth a
shot at all.

"The great mass of people ... will more easily fall victim to a big lie than to a small one" A.H


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#1
June 25, 2009 at 19:48:32
It is my opinion that it will only subject your freezer to possible contamination.

I have worked in the computer industry for years. The only possible reason to cool a battery it to try to charge it faster and that is not advised unless some test or controlled setup.

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#2
June 26, 2009 at 23:31:21
Thanks. I don't think I will trying this out anytime soon. I think I'll adapt to hanging by a/c outlets should things go south as far as batter life. . .

"The great mass of people ... will more easily fall victim to a big lie than to a small one" A.H


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