I have HP 2000 Notebook. I am getting an error of 601 and I need to replace the battery but when I look for replacement 993553-001 I find both 4400 mAh/48wh and also 6600 mAh 71/wh. I have also seen lower ah/mah numbers. Will the higher mAh batteries be ok for my HP Notebook? Not sure which one to purchase and your help will be more than welcome. Thank You, Sandra1947More replies
My wife has a two-year-old Samsung notebook. Recently when she unplugged it the machine cut off, even though the battery said 79% charged (it wouldn't charge any further). I figured that the battery was bad so I bought another one from Amazon.
This one charges to 100% percent and does exactly the same thing. I'm perplexed but think there's something going on with the motherboard that won't let it use battery juice, even if Windows 8.1 says it's 100% charged.
I've tried the hold the power button down for 1 min with the battery out trick to no avail.
Any ideas? I'm stumped and think I might need to get her another notebook.
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I have a KDS 17" multiscan color monitor when I hook it up to the computer, the screen is either blue or green. Now I know that it is the data cord (lack of any better term) that is the problem. When I move the cord by the 9-pin terminal the color goes from green to blue or vice versa. Anyway, I am looking for new cord, Is there such a place to acquire a new cord? Thanks
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This problem occurred with prior Win 7 Home O/S, so I upgraded to Windows 10. Heavens-to-Mergatroid! This laptop runs just fine when only battery is powering it. However, once I also plug in the power cord, the O/S does a hard crash within 1 to 3 minutes. How special! I can get about 2.5 to 3 hours when using the battery, but not if I also plug in the power cord. That means that when the battery gets low I must perform a standard shutdown and then insert the power cord which recharges the battery if I don't turn on computer. If I then start the computer with both connected, it crashes. I am not patient enough to live with a computer that has to be recharged every couple of hours. HELP! I suspected a heating issue, so I took the back panels off and thoroghly cleaned the fan vents and other cracks and crevices using canned air, but this did not fix the problem. Since in runs just fine on the battery, I deduce it is NOT a heating issue, neither dust or heat paste issues. (I also used a cooling mat to no avail) Im 70 years old living in God's waiting room, but parts of my body are 18 to 30. However, I do have "Essential Tremors" in both hands so I cannot do a full laptop disassembly even if I want to, which I don't. I cannot afford to pay a computer repair shop $100 or more to try a fix this vexing power issue. Other than hocking my car (it's too old also) to buy a new laptop, does an... Read moreMore replies
Does a notebook battery lose charge even when the machine is turned off?
For example, it was at 100% when I turned it off and removed the AC adapter.
Less than 24 hours later, I turn it on, and the battery indicator says 65%.
I've only had the laptop for a week, and this is the second time the charge has significantly decreased while off. The first time, the battery was completely dead after being fully charged, removed, and not used for 2 days.
Another time, I charged to full and rebooted. The battery showed 95% upon restart. I can't believe it would use that amount to power up.
Is my battery a dud?
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Can someone tell me about notebook batteries. I leave my battery in the notebook all the time I am currently just using it home - so I am using the ac adapter. I am currently using several hours a night working on a project for work. Will this decrease the life of my battery? Should I take out the battery until I need it? And would you recommend a extended warranty. The salesman told me it covers the battery, lcd monitor.
normally from my experience, the way the laptop will work is that it always uses the battery and when you plug in the adapter this just charges your battery as you use it!
So the laptop wont work without the battery in!
This in the long run will decrease the battery but no more so than it would in normal running situation.
Depending on what you plan on using the laptop for and ofcourse how much the laptop costs and how much the extra warrenty is!
If you need anymore help give us a shout
I have a Dell D400 notebook and recently bought a new battery. The toolbar icon shows its power reducing fine from 100% to about 40%, but then it suddenly goes to warning at 8% very quickly. Why is this?
One possible clue. I used to have two batteries that both went to about 20 mins life (I know Dell batteries have a reputation). I read that letting them drain all the way, beyond the 'low power' warnings could help so I did that. One of them died completely (dead, kaput, nada) while the other one now holds a reasonable amount of power and the toolbar icon gives an accurate reading.
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If I were to replace my battery on my dell latitude c600 with a new battery with a higher milliamp level or mah level what would be the difference?
same voltage and charging current but higher MAH LEVEL on new battery what would happen?
cons and pro's please
Somewhat longer run time depending on the difference.
I bought a 12 cell HP battery off of ebay (it is not a battery made by HP). Now this is a great battery which lasts me between 5-7 hours.
Now it does last 5-7hours, but I have issues getting the battery to power the computer on.
I first place my 6 cells battery which was made by HP and power on my computer. When the 6 cell is dead, I try to replace it with the 12 cell but the 12 cell won't power the computer on. When I place the AC adapter into my computer, it turns the laptop on. I can take the AC cable out of my computer and the 12 cells keeps the computer powered for 5-7 hours. I can shut my computer off and the 12 cell powers it back on.
The only time the 12 cell can't power my computer on is when the 6 cell is in there previously. What is wrong, and how do I fix this?
Simply don't use the 6 cell. If you really need a back-up, buy another 12 cell.
While using my notebook on battery it crashes. There is no BSOD and I need to plug in to AC and turn back on.
When I turn it back on the battery level can sometimes be at 41%. It does not give a warning or noise just switches off.
I have tried to follow some of the previous posting instructions but not been able to work out the problem. The battery check says 100% and I have used compressed air to blow out the vents.
The notebook is 18 months old, I have extended warranty but if it is the battery I assume it wont be covered.
OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
System Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
System Model HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC
System Type x64-based PC
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 350 @ 2.27GHz, 2266 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Hewlett-Packard F.29, 7/11/2011
SMBIOS Version 2.6
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.1.7601.17514"
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 4.00 GB
Total Physical Memory 3.80 GB
Available Physical Memory 1.63 GB
Total Virtual Memory 7.60 GB
Available Virtual Memory 4.90 GB
Page File Space 3.80 GB
Welcome to Seven Forums palmygav.
Does sound like a bad battery.
Have you made sure the interior battery connector is clean and not blocked?
Do you know someone that you can borrow a battery from for testing?
If not, then you can either take or send it for testing, or replace the battery.
Go to your laptop support page and load the bluetooth driver, appears that there isn't one.
System Events Log, for reference:
Log Name: System
Event ID: 14
User Name: N/A
The shadow copies of volume C: were aborted because of an IO failure on volume C:.
Log Name: System
Source: Service Control Manager
Event ID: 7031
User Name: N/A
The Apple Mobile Device service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 1 time(s). The following corrective action will be taken in 60000 milliseconds: Restart the service.
I am new to this tech support forum.
I have a HP Pavilion zv5434rs notebook.
It stopped taking a charge -
I have bought a new charger- notebook won't charge.
Is there anywhere that i can take the lap top battery to see if it is bad ?
Could there be any other possible hardware piece inside of laptop that would not allow battery to charge ?
That's an older model notebook, you could attempt to call into hp and see if someone there will run a "battery Diagnostic" test. IF your out of warranty.... they might want to charge you. Dont pay for it.
You could also try to see if an update is available for you BIOS, this could also cause "low battery life" on an already fully charged battery
With your machine running XP, im not sure if yours had it then, search the computer for the HP total care advisor, if you have that, run a battery check in there, it will let you know if it needs replacing.
I have a brand new Compaq Presario 906 Notebook. It's a pretty nice machine...but it fails to accomplish the one thing notebooks should -- run off the battery.
No matter how long I charge the battery using the AC adapter, the meter in the system tray always reads between 15-20%. Also, if I unplug the AC adapter while the notebook is on, the power immediately shuts off. Curiously, I can sometimes turn the power on when the notebook's unplugged, so the battery doesn't appear to be completely useless. Even then, however, it never lasts more than thirty minutes.
Also, is there anything special involved with removing a laptop battery for examination,etc? Or does it just slide out?
Where do I start on this problem? Thanks for the help.
Usually there is a button or a catch that releases the battery and it slides out. A new laptop should not have a defective battery, I would return it or ask for a new battery
This one has dogged me relentlessly.
HP Pavilion G6 notebook with Windows 8. System works flawlessly on the software side, the hardware, however-
The notebook recognizes the adapter about 60% of the time. If the battery is fully charged the adapter will usually be recognized, but if the battery is low it seems not to. Sometimes if I leave the adapter plugged in for an extended period of time (like overnight) and come back the power jack light will be on and working.
If I plug in the adapter and remove the battery it will switch over seamlessly, but if I replace the battery it won't recognize it.
Trying to boot without the battery works about 40% of the time. Generally I get 3 blinks of the light which suggests a RAM issue according to HP's website. But I've replaced the RAM several times to no effect.
I've swapped chargers to no effect.
I've replaced the jack in the notebook to no effect.
I'm considering a battery replacement, but it charges fine and lasts about three hours (so far) WHEN the charger is recognized.
Am I missing something?
I'm getting so many different opinions on this it's really confusing... I just wanted to know how I should take care of my notebooks Lithium Ion battery? What are the good charging proceedures? Do I let it discharge completely before recharging? Or just charge it when I'm not using the thing? And other proceedures that should be followed to make it last as long as possible.
Also, should I leave the battery in the notebook when it's not in use and it's convienent for me to take it out (like when I'm at home sleeping or something?)
Thank you so much! =D I really appreciate your help on the questions I've had in the past and now.
Sorry, this post was rushed, btw. I've got some business in town to attend to.
Hello, my notebook's battery is dead. This is my computer: HP Pavilion dv7-6b55dx Entertainment Notebook PCModel #: A1T53UAR The (dead) battery's product number is 633216-541 I found a store that can get me the following product:593550-001 Battery - 9-cell 10.8V 100Wh 3.0Ah MUO9100-CL For HP PAVILION DV7-6000 Series Can I replace my current battery with this one? Thanks!More replies
my notebook battery status changes to ---%
after i accidentally remove yellow sign from battery drivers from device manager
,i've look around google and look into my device manager second laptop
but i've only found two driver
, what is the third drivers that controlled my notebook battery status ?
-Microsoft AC Adapter
-Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery
-(Third unknown driver)
*in this picture ,ive been looking from google, there are 3 driver in the batteries section, but what is the third name?
SOLVED in here: http://www.pchelpforum.com/xf/thread...6/#post-511257
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I have a HP Pavilion x360 13-s010nd for a year now. But when I try to charge it when the notebook is on, it says: on AC, not charging. But when I turn the notebook off it does charge. I cannot remove the battery myself as far as I know, since it is not possible in this model.More replies
Hey all, over the past few months I've been having a little bit of a problem with my Gateway Notebook's Battery. Whenever I plugged it in to be charged, it would only charge after I jiggled the plug which was inside the notebook a little bit. That was ok, but today the problem finally came to a head. After I left it alone to be charged, I came back to it and tried to unplug the adapter from the computer so I could move the notebook, but the plug into the notebook would not come out of the back of the laptop! I don't know what's wrong, but it is impossible for the plug to come out no matter how much force. I really don't know what's going on, but can anyone give me some pointers/guidelines? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Not uncommon, the early symptoms should have been heeded.
The problem is likely to be a poor/broken connection where the power adapter socket connects to the motherboard. That has now overheated due to the resistance of the joint and high current flowing and welded the plug in.
It needs expert attention, as it is easy to destroy the motherboard at this stage if it is not too late.
When I bought this laptop a few months ago, the salesperson advised removing the battery when operating with cord plugged in. She said it would cut down on the heat generated. I wonder if this is advisable. If I remove the battery, I'll lose whatever I'm working on. I have noticed that it gets warm, but not terribly so, and inconveniently, the vents are on the same side as the mouse. Where I live, it's not unusual for the power to flash off for a second or two if a storm is coming. We have most of our serious electronics plugged into backup batteries, just for that purpose. Unfortunately, we don't have one for the laptop yet. I wonder if anyone out there has thoughts on this issue? I would appreciate the feedback.More replies
My Toshiba notebook M55 series started using the battery power when it is plugged in. I had to get a new AC adapter because my other one was making noises when plugged in and I was worried it would stop working or short out or something. The adapter is a Targus universal AC home/offic 70W power notebook adapter that is compatible with my computer. Why does this happen and what can I do about without spending another $70-$120?
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I have an HP 530 notebook PC running Windows Vista Home Basic. The problem is if I unplug the the mains adaptor, the machine just cuts out after a few mins - no warning, no self shut down, nothing. Just dead.
It's not an overheating problem as you can leave it on for days and will work on mains. Even if you start it from cold on battery, it will die in a few minutes.
The battery appears to be charging normally and is nowhere near empty when it cuts out.
Not sure if it's maybe a software problem?
Any thoughts welcome!
Unfortunately batteries don't last forever. If you have recently bought this laptop then you may be able to do something under its warranty. If it is a few years old or out of warranty then you can buy a replacement battery.
Once they go they go, sadly.
The notebook will not retain a charge while sleeping and while charging the battery gets very hot. I'm attempting to request a repair but that is rather difficult to locate a how to or a where to request warranty repair... Please assist, Thank you in advance!More replies
I want to upgrade DVD writer on my laptop. As per the HP manual, the first step is to remove the battery and then do upgrades. Now, my problem is I cannot take out the battery as my battery compartment lock is stuck up.
Is there anyway I can replace my DVD drive without removing the battery ?
just got my laptop (compaq presario cq 40 317 tu) problem -- the AC power icon is always on. It wont show the battery. In the power management, there is no tab for Alarms. And I just noticed, there is no battery in device manager either.
and yes.... the battery does work. The display even dims a little when I unplug the ac adapter.
need a replacement for my battery. Where can i get it ? TIA
Lots of "compatible" replacement batteries on eBay India: http://www.ebay.in/itm/Hako-Laptop-battery-for-HP-Pavilion-Sleekbook-14-1000-14-2099-695192-001-/322155524629?hash=item4b01f73215:g:56IAAOSw3YNXZEIH I could not find an original genuine battery on any of the India sites I know of. The compatible batteries are very attractively priced and generally reliable. I still try to buy genuine if I can for newer model laptops but have purchased compatible batteries quite frequently for older laptops where cost is an issue and have generally had a good experience.5 more replies
I am getting a new Westinghouse Digital notebook for Christmas. I know because I the techie in the family that had to be sure it worked before sending in the rebate. It comes with a lithium-ion battery. the same technology as the SONY batteries that have exploded in some notebooks. This battery was made by Panasonic not SONY so I feel kinda safe with it.
Does anyone know of battery suppliers that might have a replacement battery using a different technology like NiMH.
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My year old Averatec c3500 notebook was stored for a couple months. When I started it the main battery was empty (of course). and the clock icon showed time/date that was way off. I considered this probably normal.
Now when I store the PC for even three days the clock needs to be reset, although the main battery seems to still have at least a negligible amount of power left (will show a short slideshow of photo's.)
I have two questions:
1. Is there a small CMOS battery that might need replacing ? and does that battery get recharged from the main battery? Where would that be located ?
2. What is the best way to refresh my main battery? I have opinion if I totally discharge/recharge it will come back to total storage.
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Do any of you know what the typical overall battery life for notebooks are?
I'm having an issue with my Sony VAIO notebook that I purchased in 2001 where, despite it being fully charged, it only lasts for about 10-20 minutes off of the AC Adaptor. Must I simply buy a new battery or is there a problem with the notebook itself that requires further attention?
If a new battery is a must, any preferences among you (seeing as how you are all far more knowledgable than I)?
Battery life per charge obviously various a lot between machines and the sort of usage it has. Around 2 hours should be expected. My Thinkpad does nearly three hours on average.
i'm thinking of buying a notebook pc though i've been a desktop pc user my whole life, and i have the following concerns:
-are notebooks as fragile as they look? eg: can i rip off the monitor easily?
-with the dvd drive it seems the whole thing, including the lens and the mechanical parts and the tray, needs to be pulled out in order to put a disc in, what happened with the old days where you have you have a dock with a tray loading dvd drive? wouldn't the lens gets more easily damaged with so much exposure to the outside?
-can the notebook still power on with only the power supply plugged in, minus the battery?
thanks for the help.
Yes. I run my notebook without the battery on AC most of the time at home. Keeping the battery away from heat will lenghten battery life in the long run. I used to keep the battery in while on AC and battery life was less than a year. I now leave it out and the battery is still good over a year and a half coming up to two years old. Most laptops today are well built, especially Fujitsu, Acer and Asus. A Fujitsu laptop has been up on Mount Everest. Some laptops have a slot loading CD/DVD tray (trayless). But I never had a problem with trays with the 2 laptops I have owned. If you are concerned about durability outdoors then consider the Panasonic Toughbook series which are used by the military in Iraq.
I recently purchased a Toshiba A60-S1591ST Satellite notebook. I also purchased a Garmin GPS 18 Deluxe sensor. THe battery pack life is short, about 30 minutes, when using the GPS sensor. I noticed that the battery pack has a different Toshiba part number (PA3384U-1BRS )than the battery listed in the Toshiba accessories catalog (PA3382U). Toshiba won't explain to me why there is a difference. They tell me to use the number in the catalog, and the battery that came with the laptop is satisfactory. The battery (PA3384U) is 14.8v, 4300mAh, the battery(PA3382U) is 14.8V, 6450mAh. I purchased an 150 inverter to run on when using the GPS unit. Is Toshiba being truthful with me? Do I have the right battery? Thanks
The higher capacity battery (6450 mAh) was an optional extra on that model, not a standard choice according to the sales sheet.
So probably you do have the battery that was designed to be shipped with the unit.
the battery on my Acer 5920g is in need of replacement. The one I have is rated at 10.8 volts but the replacements are often 14.8 volts. I queried this with a supplier and they said it was compatible. It doesn't sound right to me. Would someone clear it up for me please?
There seem to be 2 different voltage batteries around, one is 14.8 Volts the other is 11.1 Volts !
Have a look here and see if the 'replacement for' list includes the battery you want to replace :-
Incidentally the battery at that link looks a good buy !
I got this Toshiba Satellite 32PFL3312/10 - But now there is some problems
The battery indicator says that the the charger is plugged in, and IS charging. but it doesnt charge the battery.. no charge is taking place :-/ Its says there is "0" battery left. I have triede everything.. i toke the battery out, made sure there wasnt any dust etc.. i have tried holdning the power key down in 30 sec and a lot more. everytime i unplug the charger the system instantly swiched off.. I have tried to change the power plan from balanced to saver.
Then i tried to delete the Microsoft ACPI Compliant control method battery from the decive manager, and made it search for it again. This step made the battery start to charge for about 10-15 sec, and then it stopped again.
Now im kind of frustrated... So i thought that maybe it was an windows update problem, so i tried to update - but i got several updates "hanging" but now it wont update.. ! Comes with update errors. tried microsoft fix it, it didnt help.
Then i thought, okay... then i will try to restore to the factory condition, But nothing happens, i have tried all the guides from the Toshiba forums, pressing "0" - I did nothing... Then i tried pressing "F8" it didnt nothing... Then i tried the "F12" still nothing.
Im going nuts now... Hope someone in here can help me....
Dear Sir/ Mem, Actually the battery of my notebook is not working at all, its required to replace it and i want to purchase it through HP /other online store. But i am not able to find the specific battery compatible with my notebook. Moreover i am not interested to purchase it via HP service center due to high cost. So please share a link so that i can purchase it through online. I am waiting for for your responses. My HP notebook and Battery details are as follows-
My HP note book details:
Product description: HP 15-r014tx Notebook PC
Product number: J2C54PA
Serial number: [Personal Information Removed]
The Battery Details:
HP OA04 notebook battery
HP part Number- 740004-421 (4ICR19/66)
Hello esteemed experts.
I have a HP15 Notebook:
HP15 Note book PC Windows 10 version 1511 64 bit i7 CPU 4GB RAM
OS build 10586.545 Product ID 00327-60000-00000-AA059
HP Notebook - 15 - r100nx (ENERGY STAR) model K1S20EA Serial NO. (removed content)
The battery was not charging from new so I took it to HP who diagnosed a faulty battery but wouldn't replace it under warranty as the computer was over a year old (bought it from a friend who never even unpacked it). I replaced the battery with a generic one but the battery status showed 0% , 2 mins to full charge even after 8 hours charging. I tried another power adaptor and cables, another wall socket with same results. I replaced the battery again with a different manufacturer, rechecked it was correct voltage/model number - same result. When you power on from the mains it (battery status in bottom RH corner of taskbar) shows 0% and 2 mins to full charge, so one of the statements is incorrect.
I ran the latest set of UEFI diagnostics (quick system test) using the F2 at startup method. The system test shows a faulty battery:
Battery Check : Primary - Replace (40)
FAILURE ID : 64VV7R-835888-XD7V7F-C0A203. I cannot find this code on the Internet. I have no other PC to fit the battery to to determine if the battery really is faulty. I also have no way to charge the battery in another PC or external charger. Thed... Read more
We have found that our battery is not charging. We now need to have the laptop constantly plugged in to make it have power. Sometimes when we turn the computer on, as it doesnt hold enough power now to go to sleep mode that it has an error message displaying about the battery and needing to do something about it but it always moves to the next screen too quickly for me to understand what the issue is and what to do about it. Can you please point me in the right direction on how we can resolve this issue as it is annoying. The minute the power chord comes out of the computer, the power is lost. Regards,Kellie AnthonyMore replies
Hello out there. Pls need help... Want to know why & what to do about my Hp notebook not powering on after my battery is fully charged? If I press the power button the power & drive lights will blink on & off a few seconds then just go off. I did a hard reset once it worked but after that it started again a day after the hard reset. Though, if I connect it to electrical outlet it shows that the battery is full(white light shows to buttress this). Pls, what is wrong with my pc notebook? Just bought it bout 5 month ago & still in tip-top condition. Thanks, Nogard from Nigeria west AfricaMore replies
I have a HP Pavilion g6- 2399a Notebook PC and I am looking for the compatible battery for the product. As I do not have my original battery, I do not know the product code and cannot seem to find the relevant battery that I would neeed to buy. Does anyone know which battery is compatible with this product on the HP website, and the product number?
Hi, http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03593126 6 cell, 55-Whr, 2.55-Ah Li-ion battery 593554-001 6 cell, 47-Whr, 2.20-Ah Li-ion battery 593553-0011 more replies
I bought a notebook three weeks ago for my wife, specifically a HP 14-an009a. It had Windows 10 pre-installed. It worked perfectly for a couple of weeks, but an issue has cropped up with the battery. When it is turned on and connected to the charger, the battery icon will say "37% available, plugged in, not charging". The actual percentage does vary, depending on use. I have tried all the various fixes (e.g. "Uninstall/reinstall Microsoft acpi-compliant control method battery" in the device manager and battery out/in, run off AC only then plug battery back in, etc), amongst others, but to no avail. The notebook will charge perfectly when it is switched off, however, with the little orange light on the side illuminating. It will turn white,however, when the machine is turned on (but not charging with the AC connected). Obviously, there have been several updates (including the big "anniversary one) since the purchase. Does anyone have any ideas how to rectify this? The battery is OK, and the charger works fine. There is no HP power control software/bloatware on the notebook either which could be causing this. I have changed power plans, and everything that I know of! I can only assume that the battery control driver (after an update) is overriding the charging when the notebook is turned on. Does anyone else have this issue? Please help.
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I am planning to buy a laptop under 30000 (500$)But I want moret han 6 hopur backup. Does this laptop proviode 6+ hour backup ?HP Notebook - 15-af114auhttp://www.flipkart.com/hp-15-af114au-p3c92pa-acj-apu-quad-core-a8-4-gb-1-tb-hdd-windows-10-notebook...
Don't count on any laptop to give more than 6 hours of battery run-time, particularly an AMD with a 15 inch screen. That kind of runtime will only come from a laptop with a low-powered processor and a smaller screen. Marketing will claim extraordinary runtime, but cut in half what the hype says and it will be close to correct. Nobody would be touting this laptop as having a super-long battery runtime.1 more replies
Does anyone know if they make a bigger battery for the HP Pavilion 17-f053us Notebook,I have a 4 cell in here now and it's not that old and I seem like I always have to charge it just like my old Battery. I thought I might reach out and see if anyone knows where I might look.More replies
I have been running my PC without the battery for a while now and was wondering if you have any recomandations on where to purchase a new battery.
I have a dell 1701E ... Oh and I would rather not buy from Dell again.
I checked New egg and such but can't find a battery for replacment. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much!
Can anyone maybe just give me a link or an idea what I can check out?
I have purchased HP 15-AF114AU Notebook about 2 months ago. For the past one week, the battery doesn't charge beyond 90%. Once the bettery reaches 90%, the indicator shows "plugged in, not charging".Initially, it used to charge upto 95%, then it dropped to 94% and now 90% in a span of just one week. I have tried recalibrating the battery by draining it completely and charging it again, run tests using HP Support Assistant and the component test from BIOS, all show the battery to be OK. But still the battery doesn't charge beyond 90%, no matter what I do. Please help.More replies
I'm using my notebook for nearly 5 to 6 hours per day on a desk. Since I'm running it constantly for 2-3 hours, can I remove the battery from the device so that the heat generated from the processor does not affect the battery life?More replies
I have a HP 6720s notebook and I have 2 batteries for it.
Both of them are functional, but I'm carrying the second one as backup if I need longer battery time.
How should I store it? Is a plastic bag OK or do I need a special antistatic bag?
Also I read somewhere I shouldn't keep it 100% charged, but on 50%. Is that true?
I would use a paper bag. The charge will decrease over time anyhow - even it it is not used. But I never heard of the 100/50 rule.7 more replies
I have a pavillion Dv6, and I'm having a problem with the computer simply shutting off when the battery is running low. It happened today when the battery was at 35%, and it gave no warning of low battery or anything. It didn't even go through the shutdown process... it just shut off immediately. I checked my settings, and the computer is supposed to go to sleep at 10%, and shut down at 5%. I'm running Windows 7 x64. Let me know if you have any advice.
Hi Drummer89, do you have HP support assistant installed on your laptop? If so, perform the following steps"Open HP Support AssistantClick "Troubleshoot"Click "Power, Thermal and Mechanical"Click the "Power" tabClick "Battery Check" in the Resources section.It may be your battery is out of "sync" with your laptop. If you don't have HP Support assistant installed, click start>help. and type Battery, or calibrate battery. Please let me know if this helps.
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When I boot, I get the HP Battery Alert (error 601) advising me to buy a replacement battery. However, on checking the HP parts store, I don't seem to be able to purchase the correct battery (part number 710417-001). Is there any way to purchase a replacement battery from HP (I'm in the UK)?More replies
I turned on my Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop about 2 hours ago. I left the room for 20-30 minutes and came back. The screen was blue and gave me the warning begin physical memory dump. atapi.sys had a problem. i have the address, where the base is at, and the date stamp. Now, when this message had appeared, the battery light on my laptop was blinking. orange 3 times then green. this continued as long as the battery was in. i restarted my laptop with the battery out and currently it is plugged into an outlit and working fine. i did the battery test that was built right on the battery. the test came up three blinking lights. here what it looked like
0 - 0 - 0
the 0's are the lights on and the -'s are the lights off. im not sure what that means exactly. i have googled for a while now and cnt figure it out.
This brand new Spectre drops 1% battery level per every minute! (IN battery sver mode at 25% brightness!)I think it is a construction issue I cannot imagine fine tune tricks can help me to achieve the advertised 9 hour.Any idea what to switch off at least to improve a bit the battery life until I got answer to my official ticket? thank you and best regards,LajosMore replies
Hello, Since a couple weeks ago, I have noticed my laptop battery capacity has been significantly lower than before. Without charging, the laptop lasts about 1 hour while it used be around 3 hours. I was thinking about to purchase a new battery in case my current suddenly won't be usable anymore. I have searched for a couple of laptop batteries on the internet to find that all of them were either not similar to mine or had different capacities. At the moment I don't know what to buy, I am not planning on replacing my laptop for at least another year and I'm afraid the battery won't last that long. My laptop is an HP Pavilion 17-f040nd and uses the battery that came through the shipment. The battery and laptop are both 2 years old and have been used almost every day. The battery has a voltage of 14,8V and a capacity of 2700 mAp. It'd be nice if someone could tell what battery I should buy to ensure replacement for my current one. Regards,Mats.More replies
ASUS A54C CUTS OUT ALMOST IMMEDIATELY EVEN WITH REPLACEMENT BATTERY, IT COMES UP, ASKS FOR PASSWORD, AND CLOSES DOWN AGAIN AS THOUGH POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF.
Can you get into Safe mode?3 more replies
My laptop suddenly stopped seeing its battery. It can't see the battery inserted into the slot anymore (when I run Battery Check it requires inserting battery into the slot). If you close mouse pointer to battery sign on the Toolbar, it says 'Plugged in and not charging', when you double-click on the battery sign, it says '100% fully charged'. Laptop is working fine via AC cord, but if you unplug the cord, it stops receiving power and shuts down. Very strange situation taking into account that the battery is resonably new, very hardly used. It has been working fine up until recently. Please help. Many thanks in advance. P.S. Laptop was bought in EU, so adapter is for Europe electricity standards. Problem occured when I moved to the USA and started using my laptom in here. Could the problem with battery happen because of this?More replies
How long does the battery take to charge?
How long does the battery last before having to recharge? (Just say for general purpose)
I just bought one and i forgot to ask. I couldn't find it anywhere in the User manual.
i found that the user manual is on the notebook, they must be cheap as they don't seem to print them out these days. Anyway i found that it takes about 3.5 hours to charge if that is right or not and lasts about 3 hours before recharging if that's right.2 more replies
My G72B27Cl notebook has a problem to recharge the battery. At beginning, I thought it was the battery issue - too old to be recharged. After installed a new battery, the power run off fast from the battery and there was no sign to indicate the battery being recharged as usually. When the battery was detached and the computer totally dead even with the power unit on. Can this issue be fixed or I have to give up the comptor? Thanks for any suggestions.More replies
My laptop is suddenly switching off even when battery is above than 60% charged and when I trying to full charge of battery than battery icon showing...73% available ( plugged in, Not charging). After I check the Battery status in HP support assistance than it showing Battery status is OK....Please help me, How can I this issue?More replies
Hi, My laptop comes up with a message saying the Primary Battery )601) needs changing. The laptop lets me sign in and loads up my old home screen but it says the cortana and Start functions aren't working, if I click on anything it will not load up. I cannot find a replacement battery ANYWHERE online. I find this confusing to understanding because the laptop itself is only 2 years old. Any ideas for where I can find a battery? Thanks so much, Jo
Hi, From the Maintenance and Service Guide (page #14) , your machine uses battery part # 740722-001 http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-10-Notebook-PC-Series/5437524/model/6732670/manuals/ You can buy from HP or from: https://www.amazon.com/740722-001-HSTNN-IB5T-Touchsmart-740005-121-MR03028-CL/dp/B0196SXU0I Regards.1 more replies
Notebook batteri is finished. After some secs the display turns off (notebook
is connected to kabel power).
If the display is closed down, and opened again, the display turns on again
for some secs, and turns off again.
Hitting the batteri icon, which is always red crossed, windows prompts
that batteri has low performance and the computer may shut down anytime.
But the computer doesn't shut down, the display turns off.
Running the computer without the batteri doesn't work, the above happens.
Q: Is there a way to set windows 7 to ignore the defect batteri, and run
on wired power?
Remove the battery, & use mains power only.3 more replies
I replaced the battery in my Pavilion g6 in February 2015, having bought the laptop in January 2012, so a little over 3 years of use. This second battery has no failed with no warning, after 17 months. No error messages or warnings came up to say my battery was failing. One day I switched it on and found it dead, plugged in and then later when I wanted to move elsewhere when I unplugged it, it switched off. On the battery icon it says '0% available, plugged in, not charging'. I have checked for fluff etc in the pins, and switched it with a friend's battery who has the same model - my laptop worked on his battery, his didn't work on mine. So, epic battery fail. My battery is out of it's warranty, but I feel 17 months is not satisfactory for the life of my battery! I did all I know how to extend the life of the battery. Is there anything else I can try?More replies
A couple of days ago, I started getting the BSOD on my laptop. It happened every time I would step away from the computer for any length of time. (My power settings are set for it never to go into sleep mode, because I was told that was what crashed my computer previously when it was auto-updated to Windows 10.) The error message on the BSOD said something about 0x0000007E iaStor.sys. I read a bunch of posts on various sites about needing to update drivers and BIOS, so I went to the HP update drivers page and installed an updated BIOS. Unfortunately, that didn't fix the problem, except to get rid of the BSOD and now it just goes to a plain black screen instead. It's the same error message from Microsoft, though, when you reboot and look at what Microsoft reports as the problem. I have tried running the HP Assistant, checking for disk errors, running Malware Bytes and Kaspersky anti-virus scans, run a battery check and another couple of passes at checking for driver updates. Some of the non-HP websites out there that run driver checks tell me there are 15 or so drivers that need updating, but the HP site tells me it can't find any. I can manually shut down when the screen goes black, and then reboot, and the computer seems to be fine as long as I'm working on it, but as soon as I'm idle for a few minutes, it crashes again. Also, my battery is no longer charging from the AC Adapter and says it's plugge... Read moreMore replies
Good day! I would like to ask if somebody here knows the compatible battery for HP Pavilion Gaming Notebook. My battery only runs less than 4 hours now. I want to upgrade the battery to a bigger capacity battery. Also, does anybody here know if there is a compatible dock for the geming notebook? I am always plugging my laptop when playing games. And as far as I know, plugging the laptop consistently for a long time will damage the battery. Thank you!JMore replies
A friend recently gave me an older dell lattitude c610. She said she couldn't get it to work anymore and didn't need it. I found that the year, mo. & date & time keep having to be set each time I try to get on. I went to the dell website but couldn't find the CMOS battery location on the schematic it showed. Does anyone know where it is and how to get to it to change it. That would be most helpful. Thanks in advance.
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My Hp envy 15 notebook PC not charging when plugged in. It immediately shut down when AC adapter is plugged out.The battery icon shows that "plugged in. not charging" when AC charger plugged in. Please tell me all the reasons why this happens so?More replies
Today I purchased a brand-new HP Pavilion 15-N214TX notebook. When I got home, I unboxed it, inserted the battery, plugged it into the wall, and powered it on for the very first time. I then saw this message:
HP Battery Alert
The system has detected the storage capacity of the battery stated below to be very low.
For optimal performance, this battery may need to be replaced.
Primary (internal) Battery (601)
ENTER - Continue Startup
For more information, please visit: www.hp.com\go\techcenter\startup
Windows reports, Plugged in and not charging.
I've removed and re-inserted the battery, gone into the HP Support Assistant application and ran a battery check (only for it to report that it can't find a battery!), and I've ran the pre-boot diagnostics, which also reports that there's no battery inserted. I saw somewhere that you should remove AC power before running the tests. When I pressed the power button while the laptop wasn't plugged into AC, the charging light simply blinked white three times. I could at one point get into the pre-boot diagnostics on battery power, but I still saw the message telling me that no battery was found.
This is a great laptop, it's super fast, software installs quickly, programs open quickly, it shuts down and boots quickly, but this battery issue is a huge letdown. I don't expect this kind of an issue from a brand-new ~$1100 laptop.
Perhaps, the manufactures has shipped you faulty battery. Consider placing an RMA order as it's still in warranty.3 more replies
I really hope you can answer this simply request.
Nowadays is pretty common to have a new Ultrabook, laptop or notebook for general purposes. A very important feature is to have a healthy battery. We all know that Lithium-batts do a terrific job and are more resistant than never, but after many years of experience, I've learnt that having a software like "Eco charge, Battery care, Smart charge...etc " is a clever and vital feature already present in major brands BUT HP, believe or not. I've just received a new Ultrabook Spectra x360 with windows 8.1, and so far I cannot find any special battery function for this request, even worst nobody can answer in their forum either; I really can't understand this flaw in HP. So, I'd like to know is there any reliable battery software that can allow me to keep the battery charge to 80% and no more, even connected to AC power.
I've seen several that keep info about battery and how to optimize but none with the simple function that I need.
Any help will be highly appreciated.
I honestly don't think it is possible to change what is built into the hardware and ACPI that ships with the computer. Would take a program that can access and change the settings in ACPI and this most likely would have to come from the manufacturer.11 more replies
Hello to all, I'm new to this forum.
Start of with a topic what was published many times before, only not the same as in my situation. The crazy thing is, at every startup from Windows the battery icon runs the charge bar 5 times, and than it stops. At pointer it says: 0% available ( on main supply, battery is being charged) However, this does never change. Nomatter how long it charges.
BatteryBar does the same thing:
Procent 0,0 %
Capacity 0mWh of 43.568 mWh
Battery unknown (charging)
Charge 0 mW
Full time 1:17
Main supply connected
battery waist 18,2% of 53.280 mWh
Does anybody have the patience to shine a light on this drained topic. I feel, mines is different.
Would be highly apreciated.
Thanks in advance
Hello 4thgo. Welcome to the Forum.
The battery charges, but Windows & BB says it doesn't.
The battery does not charge, but Windows & BB says it does.
Is this the original battery and original power supply (charger)?
Power cord plugged in to notebook. Charging light is amber. Battery is at 87% plugged in and charging. The mamium charge for the last couple of month is about 86% to 87%
Hi MillerDo a hard reset.http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01684768Then uninstall battery driver from device manager after physically removing battery and powering on notebook with AC power alone. -->In Device Manager, expand the Batteries section by clicking the little icon to the left of the word Batteries. Right-click Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery and select Uninstall. Verify that that's what you want to do. Do not uninstall any other drivers.Then power on system with battery inserted, go to BIOS setup --> reload BIOS to default. Save and continue to loading Windows.http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00034791See if has resolved.If not, do a manual calibration of battery. Follow this web document:http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c00821536RegardsVisruth4 more replies
I bought my hp Pavilion notebook in India. Now I live in the UK. For the last month or so, I've problems with my laptop. Whenever the laptop is on battery, it discharges very quickly. It randomly shuts off (not shut down, just shuts off with a gut wrenching clink of the hard disk) anytime below 50% charge. no notification of low battery or going into hibernation. It may happen in the middle of typing a sentence, or browsing. I ran diagnostics. HP battery check software first showed a "weak battery" result. I was about to order a new battery, when I ran the software again, which now says "primary battery OK". It is very confusing, as even if we agree that the battery has developed a problem, I can't understand why the system is not detecting low battery or putting the computer to hibernate, as per the settings. I've checked drivers - updated. The laptop is just one year and 3-4 months old. Should I replace the battery? Or is it a software error from the new windows 10 upgrade?Any help will be appreciated.Thanks!More replies
My company bought these notebooks for some of our products and we install Ubuntu 12.04LTS on them. When we shut them down and try to charge them it doesn't work. The light beside charging port is on (like it is charging), but cannot turn on computer after hours of "charging" because the batteries are drained. It looks like it charges fine when the computers are turned on and charging, but not when we try to charge them without turning them on. We are wondering if this is some known issue and what would be correct procedure for charging these netbooks?
Hey, Bit of a late answer, but I'll submit it in case anyone else has a similar issue. There is an issue with one of the BIOS version on the 210 G1, BIOS version F.03. If this is not updated to the most current version you'll find your batteries will drain quite quickly and will not charge properly. Also as your running Ubuntu, you may need to use the UEFI tool from HP to update the BIOS, here it's called the HP PC Hardware Diagnostics 3 in 1 USB Key: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/hpsupportassistant/pc-diags.html?jumpid=va_r602_us/en/any/pps/pl_... Best of luck.1 more replies
I have a gateway solo 2500 laptop and recently it has stopped running off the battery. The laptop shows the battery as being fully charged but it will not run off of it. It is a lithium Ion battery and so its expensive to replace. Is there any way of fixing batteries if they stop working?? can you suggest what might be wrong?? The laptop shows the battery as being charged, it recognises the battery fine and shows how much power is in the battery. It just wont run off the battery. It will not power up but it runs fine off the mains adapter.
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Hi there, I am looking for a replacement batter for a HP ENVY 17-j184na Notebook PC. I replaced the original one which burned out with a 4400mAh six cell battery. The battery life for this is barely an hour out of the charger. I am looking for a replacement battery that is either:- 6-cells and higher mAh, or,- preferably, a 9 or 12 cell battery. Can I take it that all Envy 17 PC's do not have the same type of battery, and that I shouldn't look at one that just advertises Emvy 17 batteries? Any help on finding an effective replacement would be really greatly appreciated. Best regards, JosemacphistoMore replies
I have a Samsung N150 notebook with Win 7 starter.
It is not a battery fault because I have checked using a second exact same notebook with identical battery and both batteries charge fine to 100% (fully charged) wthout heating on the second notebook.
However both batteries overheat after 99% (charging) on the faulty notebook.
Never had battery charging problems until a week ago when I noticed that the battery was getting very hot.
Prior to this without exception it would charge up to 100% and indicate "fully charged" - with no heat.
Now it charges up to 99% and indicates "charging" instead. If I keep the charger plugged in after reaching 99% the battery gets hotter and hotter within ten minutes and never indicates "fully charged".
Why not use the other notebook? Because in other respects it is not as good as this one.
HP Battery Checkup program does not work on my notebook. When I click on it in the PC Dash Board I get a message that HPBC has stopped working.
Hi, Information and a download link for the Battery Health application can be found on the link below. http://h20239.www2.hp.com/techcenter/battery/battery_ts.htm Regards, DP-K2 more replies
I am trying to find a replacement battery that doesnt suck for this laptop. I have owned the laptop for about 18 months and the battery is just dead. Wont charge at all. I only used the laptop on battery power a handful of times, the rest of the time it was plugged in and running on wall power. So I am really baffled by why this thing is dead when it has barely been used. I would like to find a replacement that is better than the one that HP tries to sell as a replacement as it has terrible reviews.More replies
My PC is soooooo very slow it takes me at least 30 mins. To try to logo to my email or proform any function on this computer. I ready to just give up. Yes, my virus software is up to date. the PC is aHp 2000Notebook PC Vosion AMD
Hi, Try to run a diagnostic test Turn your computer offthen turn it back on and keep on tapping on ESCLook for Diagnostics F2Look for component test, Hard drive test, then click quick check then run once. It will then check your computer's hard drive.After the test it should give you a result if the hard drive pass or fail with a failure id number If the computer pass. Try running malwarebytes to your computer (I know that the antivirus of your computer is updated but we wanted to check if there are virus infection present) Try downloading bios update. Please refer here on how to install the bios update http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/randomly-shuts-down/m-p/5603375... Note: Please disable your computer's log in password just to make sure you won't encounter any locked up issues after bios update by going to RUN then type netplwiz then uncheck the box click apply then enter your password and re enter it (Just dont mind the user)
"Education costs money; so does Ignorance"
I have made back up discs when i bought this pc, But with the Windows 10 , I am not given the choice to do a Restore. My PC keeps flashing on alot of the pages, Im running Norton security and Malware Bytes, and nothing has been found. I need to find a way to restore this back to the way it was when i bought it. bought in 2013 , and it had windows 8 , 64 bit. Thank you Dee33
Dee33 If you did the Win10 Upgrade and are now trying to revert back to Wion8, I have some bad news for you. While Microsoft tells you that there is no risk in the Win10 Upgrade, because they let you believe that you can always revert back to your original OS and setup within 30 days, the ugly fact of the matter is that the Win10 GoBack function has proven to be unreliable -- and when it fails, it can leave machines in a corrupted state -- which doesn't always happen, but it does happen often enough to be a problem and you won't get any warning in advance that it is going to trash your PC!The Win10 Upgrade is know, in some cases, to corrupt the Recovery partition stored there by the OEM that built the original machine. This pretty much guarantees that no HP Recovery is going to work. So, any attempt to use F11 to do a restore is doomed to failure. Are you trying to use the Recovery Disks, by booting from the first one, and they are not working? If so, what is happening when you try to use them? We can proceed once you provide the information.Thanks1 more replies
Have an HP 2000 Notebook that I don't know the adminstrator password for. Error code from hitting enter three times is 58444864 Can someone help me get into this computer so that I can remove the startup administrator password?
@Westwindrv? Enter 475222603 more replies
I cleared all the files from my laptop and now when i start it up it says "The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click "OK" to restart the computer, and then restart the installation." When i click OK and it restarts to do the install the same message comes up and i cannot do anything else besides keep clicking OK. What exactly do i do about this?
kfull Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about installing Windows and wanted to help -- but need more information. First off, WHY are you trying to install Windows? If this is because you are trying to reset the laptop due to problems, we need to know that. Second, what version of Windows are you trying to install? Third, please follow these instructions for providing the detailed product number of your laptop: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03754824?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001We can proceed once you provide the information.Thanks1 more replies
This might be fixable through the OS or it might be peculiar to my notebook (ASUS G74SX).
I am seeing my notebook while on the battery just shutting off as its power level reaches a certain threshold. There is no forced entry into a sleep or hibernate mode as a user would want. It's an abnormal shutdown.
Moreover, the shutoff is occurring at something like 20% power level.
Do I need another application to watch battery power or to do a better job of managing a forced entry to sleep or hibernate?
It seems like it was properly going to sleep mode before but this has changed.
One other complication: ASUS bundles its own applications and utilities. One of these is the power management control panel utility called Power4Gear Entertainment.
I have never really understood why ASUS provides this if the MS Win 7 environment has profiles too. Should I uninstall this ASUS extra?
Hello mavi you wrote this
It seems like it was properly going to sleep mode before but this has changed.
Now you could try a scannow for corrupted files SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
I am also wondering if you have done any malware scans because if it was working and now has left you with this. Try the sfc first then these
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/adwcleaner/ < download from bleeping computer
I have a HP Pavilion 15 Notebook PC (Product Number F6C70PA#ABG), and since I have upgraded to Windows 10 (current version 10.0.14393) last year I have had nothing but trouble with it. 1) First, when I use the shutdown option in the power menu, the notebook will not turn off; the screen goes black but the fans continue to run, and the Wireless Antenna light goes orange but does not turn off. The power button in the top left also stays lit. The only way to turn the device off properly is to hold the power button down for 5 seconds. 2) But even when I turn the power off by holding down the power button, I have recently discovered that the notebook is still draining power. If it is turned off, and the AC power removed, the battery is completely drained when I next come to try and turn it on. This is despite the fans not running while the power is turned off in this fashion. 3) Also recently, when booted up the notebook takes an excessively long time. After approximately 2-3 minutes from power off, the notebook will display the coastal scene. I press the up key or click my mouse to bring up the login box, but the login box takes another 2-3 minutes to appear. After inputting my password, it takes approximately another 2-3 minutes to finish booting the desktop. I note that, in an attempt to follow other tech support advice to allow the notebook to shutdown properly (to solve problem 1 above), I have previously turned off the fast boot option. However, it... Read moreMore replies
HP Notebook Computer Battery Safety Recall and Replacement Program
In cooperation with various government regulatory agencies, HP has announced a worldwide voluntary safety recall and replacement program for certain notebook batteries. The affected batteries have the potential to overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to customers.
Because affected batteries pose a fire and burn hazard, it is extremely important to check whether your battery is affected.
The following Website provides a list of potentially affected product series:
After job I unplug my computer from electricity.Nex day battery are less then 50 % charged.More replies
I have an HP Pavilion 15 Notebook PC, and the battery seemed to be working fine at first, but then it suddenly stopped charging and even when plugged in, it wouldn't charge. Now, its at 0% and removing the charger would obviously force it to shut down, thus forcing me to use it plugged in all the time now. I tried to use my HP Support Assistant to test the HP Battery Check and see the condition of my battery, but the results were a simple big Unknown. I have gotten the warning that my battery has low capacity, and I am not sure on what I should do. My laptop and battery isn't even that old yet. Please help me on this.More replies
Hello, For 2-3 weeks my laptop has been turning off with 30-50% battery left. As soon as it is plugged in, I have no problems. While attempting to turn the computer back on (before I plug it in) the computer usually shuts down before I get to the login screen. On a few occasions, however, I have succesfully logged in and started my web browser before it shuts down again. Every time that my computer dips into this margin, it kills all proccesses (unexpected shutdown). I have tried different power options, but they just delay how long the battery stays above 30-50%. I do not know of any other details. Thanks for readingIsenfireLDCMore replies
HP ENVY 15 x360 Notebook w101TX : Can One USe a BAttery Power Bank HP 7600 Power Pack With It ? The BAttery life is very poor - can one use this http://www.hpshopping.in/HP_7600_Power_Pack HP 7600 Power Pack(HP Part Code: T7U14AA) Capacity: 7600 mAH With it through its USB port to enhance battery life in case required? Average battery life of the laptop is 3-4 hoursMore replies