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Batery problem my acer laptop batery is full charge and 2;30 minites raning use so oll pc batery is life lo my parches date is 14 april 2008 on this runing month so whats mode my batery home/office mode portable/laptop and presentation, always on,minimal power manegement,our max batery power mode witch mode me i chussen sir

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I would call the manufacturer. Depending on your battery and what you do on it, that may be all of the time you get out of your battery. I have a small laptop and even on a full charge, I can only get like 2-3 hours of use.

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