Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
1. the battery wasn't charged properly the first time that is it didn't get a full 24 hour charge.
2. The battery is defective and is giving an incorrect reading.
3. Usually the batteries are Lithium Ion batteries and have what is called "smart
technology and have electronic logic built into the case which is read by the computer to
give indication of status of the batteries.
4. I suggest that you contact the manufacturer for a replacement. Some Lithium batteries
from that manufacturer are in "recall status".
5. check the manufacturer site for the recall list and if your model PC is on the list request
a replacement battery.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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