Question about HP Compaq Evo Notebook N1000c
First my question-Where to download User manual for EVO N1000v?(not Service manual)
Second is for Charging:
I bought new battery.When I plug in the charger,the battery LED is blinking and after few seconds get steady.Charging starts and finish when the Power meter reaches 72%. It does not go ahead and the LED does not go OFF,remain ON all the time.(I don't know if it has to switch to green or OFF when charging complete).
I tried to calibrate meter as is described everywhere:
-disabled power management
-charged and discharged fully the battery(discharge is about 1.5 hours until laptop switches OFF which is not long enough for a new battery)
There are no changes-always charge stops at 72% and the LED does not go OFF.
What is the problem?
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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First remove the battery and run only on the adapter... If it works fine then there is no problem with adapter...... Charge the battery continuously for 4 hours without seeing the percentage of charging and remove the adapter..... If the laptop runs on battery for 45 mins then it might be the problem with drivers..... Go to device manager and reinstall the drivers if it is less than 45 mins.... Reinstall the drivers either ways...... If still the problem persists.... Go to HP.com and and select software and driver downloads and give the product number.... select the OS... Select HP battery check.... Download the file (sp32299.exe) and click save.... Save file onto the desktop and close the site..... Run the exe file.... If it passes the battery is fine... If fails replace the battery....
The steps might be longer..... But i can assure that it will work
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