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Always when you buy a new laptop make it a fully charged battery as instructed to avoid low-load probrem immediate future. Also when buy a new battery.

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what will happen if the battery in your laptop is not fully charging


That would mean your battery is dying and you need to go buy a new battery for your laptop. You can buy new batterys for around $40
Find a store that sells laptop parts or go online look on amazon or next tag also when you get your new battery plugin your laptop charge your new battery so it has a full charge.Then when it is done charging unplug it and use the battery until it dies, then plug it in again to recharge it never leave it plugged in if it is fully charged for long periods.if you are using your laptop at home you can pull out the battery and use it when its plugged into the wall this will help to extend your battery life just make sure you have a fully charged battery before leaving your house. always unplug your your laptop when its is fully charged this will also extend your battery life for along time

Sep 26, 2012 | HEWLETT-PACKARD Hewlett Packard Battery...

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my ibm wont turn on unless the charger is in it just wont turn on.


The battery must have gone bad! if its three or more years old you need to get a new battery for the computer. Periodic conditioning of the battery from first use may prolong the battery life. Battery life is reduced by plugging computer with battery all the time.
Conditioning. Periodic full charge and full discharge practice is good for battery. Batteries are better charged when they are at less than 10% power and its better to charge them to 100%. Do not leave on electric power once they are fully charged.
I hope this helps in future but current battery may need replacement!

Sep 14, 2011 | IBM ThinkPad T40 2373 Notebook

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my battery always stays charged, so why is my laptop telling me that i need to replace my battery?


Hi,the reason why your laptop is telling you to replace Battery is,you have killed your battery without knowing by Charging it always,since you have constant power supply,you should at least after getting a new Battery,discharge it four to five times a week longer life of battery,by these i mean,unplug cord from mains let power drain to 5% or 10% before charging again while working and if fully charged and you are not making use of it disconnect and if you want to make use of it use battery instead do not connect immediately to mains until power drains from battery.Just like your mobile phone,you only charge it when need be(ie. when Battery is Low).

Jan 01, 2011 | HP Pavilion DV7-1020US Laptop

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using rechargable battery with new camera for the first time


If you are using a rechargeable battery, yes you should fully charge it before you use the camera for the first time. Rechargeable batteries are normally supplied without a charge from the factory, but not always. Fully charged batteries may be in storage for a long time before the camera is purchased and unlike modern dry cells, rechargables will not hold a charge for years.

Fully charge your battery, then run it until it has completely exhausted. If you plan to put the camera in storage at some point in the future, always recharge the battery every couple of months or so, to keep it in good condition.

Of course make sure the supplied battery is in fact rechargeable and not a lithium which should not be recharged.
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Mar 11, 2008 | Kodak Easyshare M753 Digital Camera

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