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Batery hang problem

I have a problem, when i insert the batery in my laptop it works for two day in right way as fully charge and discharge,but after one or two days it will hangs,if batery shows 54% charging the laptop will not power onn on the power of the batery.It still remains at 54%,whetever how much time i tried to charg the batery.I replaced two new bateries,but the laptop again hangs the these two new bateries one at 37% other at 14%.
Hower without batery laptop works properly power onn on the direct power connection.My laptop model is
hp compaq nx9110

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Batteries have a charge memory in the, when you purchase a new battery the best thing to do is to fully drain the battery before charging it up, this will tell the battery that it needs full charge, if you charge the battery before this it will only charge the battery to a certain percentage.
what you need to do now is find a way to fully discharge the batteries

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