Question about Acer C7 Chromebook
Light on power button and charge light flash battery won't charge over 1%
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All rechargeable batteries have a limited life, and as they age their charge capacity reduces over time and you get shorter and shorter time between charges.
Recharage batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and batteries over 2 years old are considered nearly worn out. Worn out batteries won't charge up at all.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
try removing the battery from the computer and turning on the computer to see if the power cord works correctly if it does inspect the battery and clean the terminals on the battery and computer and put the battery back in while it is still on now you should see the battery show up on the taskbar if not right click anywhere on the desktop and go to properties and than go to than go to screensaver than look towards the bottom and you will see power click on it and you should see the options for the battery ok sorry this was so long but i needed to explain it in full
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Posted on Aug 04, 2009
well either you have a bad battery, or a bad charger, or your ACPI settings are not correct in BIOS, you must check each one, First you must check the Power Adapter, usually with a multimeter set to Volts DC and see if it the same as what is written on power supply, Next check the batteries voltage with a meter and see if that is OK, really the only real way is to substitute the battery, and expensive guess? Also as said check your ACPI settings are OK in BIOS and Windows power settings too. Use your manual for reference.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: Battery Wont Charge
Hi there as per your information there is a chance of battery damaged. So i suggest you use your battery in others laotop for confirmation. If your found the same problem then buy a new battery . Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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