Question about Computers & Internet
Lets try this ---
* turn of your computer
* remove the plug from your computer.
* Remove the battery from your computer
* Let it sit for 3-5 minutes
* Replace the battery
* Plug your computer back in (Make sure the wall outlet is working as well, seems simple, but have seen it before)
* Let it sit for about 3-5 minutes
* Boot your computer
* go to
Start -> Control Panel -> Power Options -> Power Meter
Note the Total Battery Power Remaining
* Let your computer sit for 15-30 Minutes and see if the Total Battery Power Remaining has gone up.
If so problem solved
if not you may be time for a new battery.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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