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Re: pc is telling me to plug it in when the battery is at...
The battery needs to be conditioned. To condition a battery, plug in the AC adaptor and charge it to 100%. Unplug the AC adaptor and run the battery completely down to 0% or until the computer shuts itself down or goes into a hibernate mode. Once this occurs, plug the AC adaptor back in and fully re-charge the battery to 100% again. You should now be good to go.
Let me know what happens and if this has solved your problem. Thank you, Binary Bob
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if the battery is above 90 percent this is normal , if it isn`t then you charger - or nb plug malfunctioned and is not recognized as genuine hp charger and will only power on to prevent damage to battery. TRY NEW CHARGER
Usually on laptops there is a way to reset the battery in the BIOS. When the computer first starts booting it will usually tell you what key to hit to enter BIOS, or sometimes it will say to enter setup. The most common are F1, F2, F10, and Del. Once you are in the BIOS setup look around for something that says test battery, or clear battery memory. Once you have told it to run it will usually want to completely discharge the battery, then charge it again and that will reset the measurements on the battery charge. If that does not work then the battery is most likely bad and will probably need to be replaced. You can continue using the laptop without the battery but you would need to keep it plugged in when you are using it.
to remove the battery, hold on power button for about 50-60seconds,
then plug-in the charger and turn the laptop ON, see what happens. If it was OK, then plug-in the battery and try to start your laptop. If it was OK, Congratulations. If not, so it's bad news, the battery is dead.
This is almost always a bad battery, but occasionally is the charging circuit. Unfortunately there's no concrete test to tell which is the issue without putting another battery in it. See if a friend has the same laptop, and ask if you can borrow their battery to do this test. A repair shop might be able to tell you which is the issue, but as I said, it's about 90-95% certainty that it's the battery.
Does the back dc jack seem loose when you have the ac adapter plugged into it? Wiggle the cord right where it plugs into the laptop. If it moves around then most likely the dc jack on the inside has one of it's 3 points of contact broken. This means that someone would need to re-solder that contact or put a whole new jack into the laptop. Another thing to try is replacing the battery. Sometimes they won't charge because they are bad. Another thing to try is take the battery out, plug it into the adapter, turn it on, get into windows, shut down, put battery back in, turn on. See if that resets the battery and makes it charge.
you have a bad plug on the end of the power supply a loose jack on the computer or a bad power supply you need to test the power supply with a volt meter to see if it is putting out any power if it is you have a bad connector on the pc or an intermittent connection on the power plug end. get a new battery before you blow something up. it is not good for the power supply to run the compputer all the time. it will shorten the life.
Tools needed: Philips screwdriver anti-static wristband.(if you dont have one then make sure you touch something metal before touching any circuitry in the computer)
unplug the laptop and remove the battery pack from the laptop. While unplugged press and hold the power button for 5-10 seconds to discharge any power left in the laptop.
(IMPORTANT: Make sure you wear your anti-static wristband or touch something metal before handling the circuitry of the computer)
This is where it will get tricky you will need to open the laptop and look for a battery on the main chipboard(motherboard).Be extremely careful because there will be ribbons connecting the keyboard to the motherboard so take apart the computer slowly. Slow and Steady wins the race here. The Battery will range in size from the size of a nickel to a quarter. You will need to remove this battery. wait about 15 seconds then put it back onto the motherboard where you just took it out from. Put computer back together and plug battery pack in and plug in power and turn on you should be able to access BIOS without being prompted for a password.
You will need to reset the Time and Date of the system in BIOS once completed.
If this is too techy for you then I recommend taking it to your local computer repair shop for them to do for you.
As far as a reset button is concerned you can hold down the power button for a few seconds to turn the power off completely and then power it back up.
If your having power issues and you have a new power adapter thats known working you can try disconnecting the power take out the battery leave for a few seconds then re-insert plug in power and try again.
If this fails try starting just with battery power, if this fails try taking out the battery and attaching just the power adapter and starting up.
Also check that the battery is getting charged there should be a light on the notebook that tells wether its charging.
If this all fails you may have damaged the power adapters connection to the notebook when you bumped it. Hence the battery cannot get recharged to start up.
Let me know how you go.
Your power settings may be set up to inform you at 90% the battery is getting low.
Go to control panel, Performance and Maintaince(only in catigory view), Power Settings click Alarms tab and adjust the sliders to the desired.
Go to control panel, click change battery settings, find the option selected click the link below it saying Change Plan Settings, click the link change advanced power settings, go to the battery section and adjust the low battery level and critical level.