Battery #1 is 100% ok, Battery #2 is 100% ok (travel battery) When battery #1 go flat, the time remaining disper and there is 55%? back. Then after a few moments, the computer die. Reinserting the netadaptor, it show me that #1 is 1% and charging and #2 is 100%.
Here is the $100.000 question :-) Why doesent #2 kick in when #1 goes flat? #2 is new.
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replace the battery.. the internal battery is dead not the big battery under the unit but a watch battery installed on the motherboard.. i know what you mean i hate dead cmos battery and messes up windows clock and stuff..
1) Remove the computer power pack battery. Remove the keyboard.
2) Remove the RTC battery. Wait 5 minutes. (I would wait longer, maybe 15 minutes.)
3) Reinstall the RTC battery. Reinstall the keyboard.
4) Plug the AC power into the computer. (DO NOT INSTALL THE POWER PACK BATTERY AT THIS POINT)
5) Turn on the computer.
This should reset the password and also all CMOS settings.
The battery on this model tends to last between 2 to 4 hrs dependant on use. Does yours only work uoto about 2 hrs or does it sometimes last longer? If the battery is more tham 5 years old it MAY be worth changing.
This is normally caused by a fault either within the battery or the system board. I'd be inclined to take the back off and reseat the board and cables before you start replacing stuff unless you can borrow another battery from somewhere.
Nope - battery is not the problem. Most likely problem is that the wireless radio is using POWER SAVE MODE which shuts it down (or lowers the output power) in times of low network activity to save power. Check in CONTROL PANEL -> SYSTEM -> DEVICES -> NETWORK ADAPTERS -> (wireless card name) - PROPERTIES and then look for an entry in CONFIGURATION and so forth called POWER SAVE and disable it. It might also be controlled through a third party software program running on your machine (something like "Intel wireless configuration" that may also be running in your system tray) - investigate that and look for an entry that says "allow the wireless card to shut down to save power".