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We are talking about the battery right? So here is what you can try. You only have to "Hit" your battery on a flat surface. The amount of impact you enorfce on it is up to you. The idea of "hammering" the battery like this is simple: It re-alligns the cell structure inside the battery; has something to do with the charge alignment in the battery.
So take the battery in your hand, and "hit" it on a table or any flat surface (make sure you dont break it). Speed and force similiar when there's a fly on the table and you want to take it "down" with your hand. Hit it 3 to four times. Then Put the battery into the LT again, with AC power and charge.
when the charging is done, disable all your power saving options so that your LT would run without going into hibernation, sleep mode, or power saving mode; Disconnect the AC and let it Run until its "Dead", that means the battery is drained totally. Now close your Laptop, hook up the AC again and let it charge approx. 6-20 hrs depedning on your battery standard charging rates.
After this, your battery SHOULD work fine again. If not, the battery was just faulty meaning it needs a replacement.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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