I'm looking for some advice about a 'refurbished' laptop I have bought through someone at work. It's a Dell Latitude CPi about 5 years old. This is the second version of what seems to be the same model that I have tried from this guy who has his own business 'doing up' these machines. The first one had a faulty fan and he exchanged it, no problem. This machine has two bays (hope that's the right word), but the battery is only recognised in the right hand bay, which means I can't use the floppy or CD rom drives at the same time as the battery as they all interchaneg into the same bay - meanwhile the left hand bay sits idle. Surely that can't be right? I know the original (faulty fan) machine worked with the battery in the left bay and the floppy / CD drives interchanging in the right bay. I've asked for a refund as it seems to defeat the object of having a laptop if it's limited to mains use with either floppies or CD- roms. The guy is okay about giving me a refund, but says he'll have to deduct delivery charges as, technically, there's no fault with the machine - I'm just changing my mind about it. Any views appreciated.