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Battery Problem Hi, 'I bought a new battery for my toshiba M40 and it only charges to 64%. can you help me?

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Seems to be the issue of memory effect, a new toshiba laptop battery should be totally discharged, in another word, u should run the laptop until it auto shutdown,if u have not do this,it doesn't matter, do now, than over charge the battery for 4-5 hours,the memory effect may disappear.

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