Same problem as others have had. Battery critical warning even when the batteries have been changed. disconnecting everything and re-installing the software and putting in other batteries but still the same thing -the mouse works perfectly but it's just a tad annoying.
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Re: Battery critical warning
Check with the manufacture of the mouse (the website) to determine if they have a faq covering it. Your alternative is save the battery and get a different brand of mouse. I am assuming your mouse is wireless by the way. FYI....the problem rate of wireless devices to hard wired devices is probably in the order of 5000 to 1. I use a hard wired mouse and keyboard.
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Open Power Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Security, and then clicking Power Options.
On the Select a power plan page, next to the plan you want to change, click Change plan settings.
On the Change settings for the plan page, click Change advanced power settings.
On the Advanced settings tab, expand Battery, expand Low battery level, Reserve battery level, and Critical battery level. Change the percentage of battery remaining that you want for each level, and then click OK.
Go to Power Options --> On the plan you are using select change plan settings --> Change advanced power settings --> Scroll down till you reach battery and click the + next to it to expand the settings --> Where it says Critical battery level and Critical battery action (on battery) make sure that the level is at 5% and the action is to hibernate. If it's set to do nothing, it will keep running until it's out of battery and completely shut off. Plugging the AC adapter would give it more power. If that isn't the problem, check your battery's connection and consider replacing the battery.
Im not sure but there is normally a button somwhere on the laptop which acts a a reboot button. normally very small and have to press it using a pin etc. You could try that then turn it on but not sure if it will help?
My wife's 2001 Jetta TDI had the same problem. First we changed the battery. (It was just about due anyway) No change. We then traced the power drain to the in-trunk mounted CD changer. This was an aftermarket CD changer but we went to the same source that the VW dealership uses. Of course one blames the other. The CD changer was even replaced with no change. If we are not using the car for long trips we unplug the CD changer and no more dead battery! Neither the VW dealer nor the AV installer could give us a good working solution to this problem.
Sounds Like the Starter RELAY is Bad After Exhausting All other Test, Go For The RELAY
A SURE-SHOT way Is to Jumper Wire From Battery to (STARTER SIDE) of Relay if starter Works then Its the Starter Relay if NOT>>Then Its the STARTER<) Relay Instruction Below. STARTER Instructions Very Bottom REMOVAL WARNING: WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THE STARTING SYSTEM BE AWARE THAT HEAVY GAUGE LEADS ARE CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY. MAKE SURE PROTECTIVE CAPS ARE IN PLACE.
Disconnect the battery ground cable.
Disconnect the starter motor solenoid relay switch wiring.
Remove the protective cover.
Disconnect the push-on electrical connector.
Remove the nuts.
Remove the cable.
Remove the starter motor solenoid relay switch.
Remove the engine sensor/generator wires.
Remove the bolts and ground wire.
Remove the starter motor solenoid relay switch.
Follow the removal procedure in reverse order NOTE: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 miles) or more to relearn the strategy.
WARNING: WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THE STARTING SYSTEM BE AWARE THAT HEAVY GAUGE LEADS ARE CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE BATTERY. MAKE SURE PROTECTIVE CAPS ARE IN PLACE WHEN MAINTENANCE IS COMPLETED.
Disconnect the wires.Remove the nut and the starter ground cable
Remove the bolt and the starter motor.
Follow the removal procedure in reverse order. NOTE: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 miles) or more to relearn the strategy.
In my opinion everything you done was right. I believe that the warranty is still valid and you should try to contact service partner. Maybe is the power charging electronic defective. Sorry but I don’t see any other possibility that you can do alone.