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could you be more specific , with the problem that you are facing with the laptop battery.



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Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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What really makes the Laptop or Notebook really portable is its Battery. Remove the Battery then you are indirectly removing the Laptops portability. As human beings we need energy to survive which is form of the food we eat. Similarly a Laptop needs energy to survive. The energy a Laptop needs to survive comes from the Battery which is made up of chemical juice (Lithium Ions). This chemical juice operates optimally at particular conditions. Hence we need to take care of it. Now if you take away the battery of a Laptop, you are taking away the life of the Laptop. We can then understand that it is the battery of the Laptop that keeps it alive.
Since Battery = Life of Laptop it simply means that No battery = Death of Laptop. Because batteries are so important in the existence of a Laptop we definitely have to take care of our Laptop battery.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LAPTOP BATTERY
I observed that many Laptop owners do not really care for their Laptop batteries. You might wonder why? It is simply Lack of information. So i am going to be giving you several tips on how to take care of your Laptop battery. I am going to cover two tips in this Part of the article and continue in subsequent parts. So watch out for Part 2.
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1) NEVER ALLOW BATTERY TO DRAIN COMPLETELY
Lithium ion battery is the technology used in modern Laptops. Squeezing every drop of its juice (chemical) weakens and strains the battery. Hence cumulative drain of the battery will shorten the life of the battery and eventually kill the battery.
2) NEVER ALOW THE TEMPERATURE OF THE BATTERY TO BE TOO HIGH OR TOO LOW
High temperature breaks down the battery and reduces its overall life expectancy. Always make sure the vents are unblocked and also never work with a Laptop on the cushion because if you do so you will be blocking the vents in the Laptop. If you are wondering how to check the temperature of your battery you could get a software to do that.

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How long will my battery last?


Your laptop batteries will deteriorate over time whether you use it or not. Although the Li-Ion industry does not publicize this fact, your laptop battery’s clock began ticking the moment it was assembled. The elements inside your laptop batteries slowly react with each other, eventually rendering the battery unable to supply the required power to your notebook. In addition, your laptop batteries are rated to last between 300 and 800 charge/recharge cycles. It will gradually lose charge capacity rather than abruptly fail to power your notebook.

The general consensus is that laptop batteries last one to three years. While you can slow the laptop battery’s aging and loss of capacity, you cannot stop either decline. The temperature of the battery, combined with the amount and nature of its usage contribute significantly to your battery’s lifespan. You can ease the aging process with some care and maintenance.

Temperature Lower temperatures slow down the self-discharge (loss of charge while disconnected) and aging process of the elements within your laptop batteries. Therefore it follows that higher temperatures shorten the life of your laptop batteries. Leaving your battery connected while on AC power causes the internal temperature of the battery to rise. Removing your laptop batteries and storing it in a cool, dry place will help to slow the aging process. Keeping your notebook in a hot environment is also detrimental to your battery.

Amount of Usage The Lithium-Ion batteries used in notebooks are rated to handle between 300 and 800 charge/discharge cycles. Some of these cycles are used when you leave your laptop batteries connected to your notebook while on AC power. On AC power, the notebook will routinely “top-off” the battery when its charge reaches predetermined levels (i.e. 95%). Removing your laptop batteries and storing it in a cool, dry place will help to preserve some of these cycles.

Nature of Usage Li-Ion batteries do not suffer from the memory-effect (requiring complete discharge before recharging to avoid loss of capacity) like older rechargeable batteries. Regular full discharge/recharge cycles result in an increased loss of capacity per cycle. A series of partial discharge cycles are better for Li-Ion batteries than a single full discharge. You should, however, calibrate your laptop batteries routinely. Tell No One You Can Save up to 35% 3323.jpg
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My dell vostro 3300 laptop battery not charging since i re installed windows 7


Laptop battery problems are quite common among owners of all brands of notebooks. On average, laptop batteries last one to three years. Their exact lifespan depends on several factors, such as how much you use the batteries, the number of charge-discharge cycles and the quality of the batteries. Lithium-ion batteries begin to lose the ability to hold a charge over time. Before you replace a laptop battery, consider that there may be other reasons that the laptop is not working properly. You may be able to recharge the battery instead.

1.Determine if the laptop battery is defective. While less than 1 percent of batteries are defective, the possibility is still there. If the battery is new and only charges some of the way, it may just require a BIOS update to charge fully. New batteries that refuse to charge at all may be defective. Purchase a new laptop battery to replace the defective one.

2. Test the laptop power adapter to see if it's faulty. Run the laptop directly from the laptop power adapter and without the battery. If the laptop does not work with the adapter plugged in, the adapter is dead and you will need to replace it. The laptop battery may refuse to charge if the adapter is faulty. Charge the battery with the laptop turned off.

3. Insert the laptop battery into another laptop to test it. If the laptop battery charges in another laptop, the laptop's motherboard may be bad. Replacing a motherboard in a computer can be very expensive. If the cost to fix the computer is not worth the cost of replacing the motherboard, consider purchasing a new laptop.

4. Reinstall the battery to ensure all connectors latch properly. The latch mechanism that holds the laptop battery should click into place. If the latch does not close, remove the battery and examine the compartment for signs of damage.

5. Troubleshoot the BIOS to determine if there is a hardware problem. Turn on the laptop and immediately enter BIOS setup by holding down the "Del" and "F1" or "F2" keys, depending on the make and model of the laptop. When the BIOS screen appears, see how long it takes for the battery to charge down. If the battery does not last as long as the BIOS setup, a hardware failure may be the problem.I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

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1.Determine if the laptop battery is defective. While less than 1 percent of batteries are defective, the possibility is still there. If the battery is new and only charges some of the way, it may just require a BIOS update to charge fully. New batteries that refuse to charge at all may be defective. Purchase a new laptop battery to replace the defective one.

2. Test the laptop power adapter to see if it's faulty. Run the laptop directly from the laptop power adapter and without the battery. If the laptop does not work with the adapter plugged in, the adapter is dead and you will need to replace it. The laptop battery may refuse to charge if the adapter is faulty. Charge the battery with the laptop turned off.

3. Insert the laptop battery into another laptop to test it. If the laptop battery charges in another laptop, the laptop's motherboard may be bad. Replacing a motherboard in a computer can be very expensive. If the cost to fix the computer is not worth the cost of replacing the motherboard, consider purchasing a new laptop.

4. Reinstall the battery to ensure all connectors latch properly. The latch mechanism that holds the laptop battery should click into place. If the latch does not close, remove the battery and examine the compartment for signs of damage.

5. Troubleshoot the BIOS to determine if there is a hardware problem. Turn on the laptop and immediately enter BIOS setup by holding down the "Del" and "F1" or "F2" keys, depending on the make and model of the laptop. When the BIOS screen appears, see how long it takes for the battery to charge down. If the battery does not last as long as the BIOS setup, a hardware failure may be the problem.I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

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    1.Determine if the laptop battery is defective. While less than 1 percent of batteries are defective, the possibility is still there. If the battery is new and only charges some of the way, it may just require a BIOS update to charge fully. New batteries that refuse to charge at all may be defective. Purchase a new laptop battery to replace the defective one.

    2. Test the laptop power adapter to see if it's faulty. Run the laptop directly from the laptop power adapter and without the battery. If the laptop does not work with the adapter plugged in, the adapter is dead and you will need to replace it. The laptop battery may refuse to charge if the adapter is faulty. Charge the battery with the laptop turned off.

    3. Insert the laptop battery into another laptop to test it. If the laptop battery charges in another laptop, the laptop's motherboard may be bad. Replacing a motherboard in a computer can be very expensive. If the cost to fix the computer is not worth the cost of replacing the motherboard, consider purchasing a new laptop.

    4. Reinstall the battery to ensure all connectors latch properly. The latch mechanism that holds the laptop battery should click into place. If the latch does not close, remove the battery and examine the compartment for signs of damage.

    5. Troubleshoot the BIOS to determine if there is a hardware problem. Turn on the laptop and immediately enter BIOS setup by holding down the "Del" and "F1" or "F2" keys, depending on the make and model of the laptop. When the BIOS screen appears, see how long it takes for the battery to charge down. If the battery does not last as long as the BIOS setup, a hardware failure may be the problem.

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