Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
Usually that is a sign your battery is malfunctioning or needs to be replaces, Magda. Batteries only last so long, even if you PC is always plugged in. It can also be a sign the battery is overheating. Try removing the battery and unplugging it for about 30 min. Then plug in just the power, and start it up. Once it is fully into Windows, try putting the battery back in, so Windows can redetect it. You might also boot to bios, usually by hitting the Del, F!, F2, or F10 at startup, and unplugging the power. Let the battery drain till it shuts down the laptop, then plug it back in for 24 hoursl
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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