gconf-editor changing physcial state of ports

Asked by Jose Meza

My charger has been destroyed, right now I can't buy a new one but my computer has a USB-C port although, it seems this Lenovo has it disabled for charging as I've already tried and researched it. I was wondering how to use the gconf-editor to change the physical pulses in the computer in order to see if that's the problem. Any extra resources would be appreciated also.

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :

If Lenovo has disabled the hardware for charging then how will any setting in any OS make this work?

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Jose Meza (cyber-grunt) said (last edit ):

Because I refuse to believe there isn’t a way to bypass even if I had to go to the physical layer I wasn’t stating anything about the OS I was asking how to use gconf-editor if it was possible and if not I still want information on how to bypass on the physical layer just to know.

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :

If things aren't physically connected inside the system then you can't bypass it with software....

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