After buying a replacement battery that is compatible, installing it, get blue screen on reboot that says wrong battery is detected. Turned off computer, removed battery, rebooted computer, waited until fully booted, inserted new battery, computer works normally. Turn computer off and reboot, get blue screen with wrong battery detected again. What to do?
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Hmmm..interesting....you may need to download the system drivers, usually for bios or other utility programs. the compatibility issue with batteries, is based on the make/model being loaded into the listings from the sysadmin for your operating system.
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First reset the CMOS. Check your motherboard specs for how to do this or remove the small round silver battery from the motherboard; wait 30 seconds and reinstall it. (It is a good idea to replace with a new battery.) This will reset the CMOS. Then reboot to see if HDD is detected. If not, go into the BIOS setup (repeatedly hit F10 at HP logo screen) and check to see if your hard drive is listed. You may have to set it to "on". If it is listed in BIOS, but not detected another drive (a bad one) could prevent it from being detected. If you have any removable or external drives attached to your computer, disconnect them. Reboot your computer to see if your HDD is detected. If not, open your case and disconnect the data cable from all drives except your primary hard drive. This includes the floppy, optical, zip, backup, or secondary hard drive(s). If your HDD is detected, reconnect each drives data cable one at a time rebooting between each. If after reconnecting a drive and rebooting, your HDD is not detected the last drive is a bad drive and preventing your HDD detection. I have found that sometimes a bad drive that is connected will let the HDD be detected then on later boots the HDD will not be detected. Also it is possible that your BIOS is corrupted. Let's hope not. Another possibility is a bad motherboard. I hope this helps you.
Those who are using Windows operating system are aware about the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) and may be they have faced it in their PCs. This is a common error which usually occurred when something wrong with PC in hardware and software. Sometime it occurred when some major problem has been created in PC but it also come when a minor corruption occurred in it. So, the most important thing to recover the desktop screen is to detect the problem.<br /><br />Blue Screen of Death has not proper technical guideline to solve but it has various way to resolve - depends upon condition or error. Sometime it automatically resolves by restarting the PC but sometime it take great effort and time to resolve. In short there is no simple answer of "how the blue screen of death can be resolved?"<br /><br />To get the desktop screen and resolve the BSOD, user has to recognize the error. This error detection can only be done manually because both parts - hardware and software, are checked one by one. At the blue screen the error is displayed but this display shows the error in computer codes which are not easy to understand by the user. But these codes help to diagnose the error. So, once you get the BSOD error write down it on a paper.<br /><br />Unfortunately, if you couldn't get success to resolve the BSOD by rebooting the machine, then you have to do some effort for resolving the problem. It is not easy to concise the instruction of all resolving method that's why there are some hints to resolve but if you cannot resolve the blue screen error through the following guideline, then write the error code on search engine and get method for resolving through Internet.<br /><br />The first method of diagnosis the problem is to check the windows at safe mode. If you couldn't get success to reach the desktop screen in safe mode that's means there must be a hardware problem. One of your computer physical devices has been corrupted or destroyed. To resolve the screen in this condition check your devices one by one in other PC.<br /><br />If you get desktop screen in safe mode, so you're PC has software or driver problem. Once you reach at the desktop screen, scan your PC through anti-virus immediately. The anti-virus will detect the software if there will be anything wrong. If anti-virus detects any software which is virus infected, uninstall and delete the software immediately from your computer, then re-install the windows because your PC have get the virus.<br /><br />Sometime both of the above method has been failed and computer reached at the desktop screen in safe mode and anti-virus also doesn't find any infected file. This is the condition of driver failure. You have to re-install the driver to resolve the blue screen of death.<br /><br />
The battery is not compatible with your laptop or maybe defective. As you mention, you purchase this battery and I believe they will replace the battery. Just show them the problem and insist that the battery you purchase is not charging, sure they will replace it.
the main problem why blue screen comes is that if u install a new software and it is not compatible or some software goes wrong.the best way to tackle with blue screen is go to safe mode and uninstall the freshly installed software or programee
This is a sign that the CMOS battery need to be replaced. Shut down your system. Locate the CMOS battery on your motherboard. Uninstall it & get a replacement battery. Install the replacement battery & power up your system. Go to BIOS & apply your settings, the save & exit.
I am sorry to say you maybe buy a wrong replacement battery that cann't compatible with the original laptop battery pack at all,this laptop replacement battery is still rare in the market now.Wish this page will help you anyway. http://www.power-battery.co.uk