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You can try to condition the battery in the bios. This is done usually when the computer first boots by going into the bios menu by pressing DEL key or F2. Check your specific laptop model and search how to enter the bios menu. There's various keys for different models. Then you can check the condition of your battery there. There's also a program called Battery Care
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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