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Re: my battery dies soon
here is a place for a battry
follow the manual!
first charge you got to charge it for 24h then let run untill its runs out and then plug it in ordinery
let the battry discharge every time before plug it in
thats how you keep the battry live as long as possible
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Battery not charging usually means its dying! If your battery under one year old, you can get replacement from Lenovo. If its older than three year old, its time to find a new battery!
Is the battery not holding the charge at all? that means is the computer shutting off as soon as taken from power outlet or battery lasting less than expected...
sounds like either the d/c conveter has died or the battery has died / nicad batteries do reverse voltage and cant be charged any longer, How old is the Battery? if its any older the 3yrs , you may need a new one!
It sounds like the power socket on the laptop is faulty and needs replacing or resoldering. To check this, power up the latop with the power adapter, wriggle the plug in the power socket and check if the battery charge indicator flicks on and off indicating charging and not charging. If it indicator flicks on and off then you have a faulty power socket.
This can be repaired but required the laptop to be completely dismantled to access the power connector.
You probably need a new one. Take it to a computer store and have them test your battery. They should be able to do this from your laptop. Rechargable batteries tend to die and hold less charge over time.
That usually indicates battery is beginning to go bad. Eventually it will not hold a charge and will need to be replaced. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
Cant help with the "cheap bastard" part, that is for your own edifcation. Anyway, have you adjusted your laptop power/battery settings. If you have tried changing your settings to "Max Battery", and it is still doing this it is probably a hardware issue between the MB and the battery interface. Thus the second part of your message might be comming true. Sorry.