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The amount of time it takes for your battery to fully charge depends on many factors, like your battery type and operating system. Many newer laptops will charge in 15 to 20 minutes, while others can take a few hours.
When you're charging your battery for the first time, charge it fully before using your laptop. You may have to go through a battery cycle a couple times before your battery begins performing at its maximum capability. To do this, charge your battery fully, let it discharge to about five percent, and then fully charge it again
Hi,the reason why your laptop is telling you to replace Battery is,you have killed your battery without knowing by Charging it always,since you have constant power supply,you should at least after getting a new Battery,discharge it four to five times a week longer life of battery,by these i mean,unplug cord from mains let power drain to 5% or 10% before charging again while working and if fully charged and you are not making use of it disconnect and if you want to make use of it use battery instead do not connect immediately to mains until power drains from battery.Just like your mobile phone,you only charge it when need be(ie. when Battery is Low).
Below are the tips to you :
Digital camera use high current to make it works. Your 2 units battery 2500 mAh are normally worth for your camera.
Your battery will get its full capacity after charged for 13-15 hours from designated charger ( I supposed you to use energizer charger).In your camera set your flasher to auto mode. This will save the power rather than use the flasher manually / all time.
If after fully charged the battery and you still get the same performance. You may have wear down battery and need replacement.
New battery required 24 hours charging before use at first time.
Now install your new batteries.
If you still get same problem, you've got problem with your camera internally.
The reason for this is that the UPS, is unable to efficiently charge those BIG batteries, you see they generally only charge at a low rate, anyway, of say 10% - 15% capacity, of the-battery-usually-charged. Now with these BIG 40 Amperes by 2, well, there simply isn't enough "Juice" to charge them up... (Oh it might do in a month or so)... from that UPS's Charging Circuit. You will most likely have to rig up some other higher rate charger for those BIG batteries. OR modify the charging circuit IN the UPS. They need to be charged at about 1 Amp or maybe more. See it is simply Charge over Time... 40 amps at 1 Amp will take 40 hours.. 40A at 2A = 20H & so on. If only 1/2 flat 2A over 10hours.
a new battery. Refer to your laptop owner's manual to determine the
type of battery you need. Compatible laptop batteries can be purchased
from computer parts dealers, the laptop manufacturer, or an online
your laptop over and locate the battery compartment. Release the
lock/latch and slide out the old battery. Refer to your owner's manual
the new battery by first aligning its receptor pins with the pins in
the battery compartment. Push down on the opposite end to snap the
battery in place. Secure the lock/latch mechanism by sliding it back to
the original position.
your laptop into an electrical outlet to charge the new battery. It
usually takes about 24 hours to complete the first charge. Subsequent
charges will only take a few hours.
If you want to make sure of its state, be patient and give it enough time to charge. It might take 3-to 4 hours withe the computer is turned off, and a dozen hours if the computer is beig used. If after a significant number of hours, it is still at 0mAh then either the charging circuitry is defective or it is the battery that is defective (cannot hold the charge).
Okay, there are a variety of reasons why this might happen but the best way to find out is to simply take out the battery but leave the AC adapter plugged in then turn on your computer.
-IF THE COMPUTER TURNS ON: then youre in luck. kinda. your new batter is a dud and you should get a free replacement from whomever you purchased it from.
-IF THE COMPUTER DOES NOT TURN ON: it is most likely the A/C cable. These can be bought online from the HP site or cheaper on Ebay. Although the AC cable is the most likely reason, please keep in mind it might also be a number of other not-quite-so-easy to fix problem.
This IPAQ will not support 3rd party battery manufacturers. Ensure you are using an original HP battery. You usually can use the battery one time--but when the charge runs out, so does your luck.
Most of the time you will get an on-screen warning that the battery will not be able to charge when you use a 3rd party battery. If you are using an original, you might need a new battery--they do wear out after time--too-old batteries no longer hold a charge.