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Whenever my dell latitude 5400 is running on battery it keeps freezing but on power it is working fine. when it runs on battery then no process is smooth like when am mouse repointing mouse from one place to another then it is getting stuck in between and it became very slow to response but when running on power everything works fine

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The first thing we need to do is to swap another working battery with the existing one and see if the issue re-occurs. I suspect it to be a faulty battery.

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