Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Sometimes with rechargable batteries such has those on laptop computers the battery develops a "memory". This is caused by the battery not being run completely dead before recharging. The cells in the battery think they are all charged but they aren't and thats why the computer says they are. This is very common in cell phones as well. It is a good idea to completely charge a new battery and run it completely dead for the first 5-10 charges or so to prevent this. It is also advisable to run the battery dead and fully charge it once a month from then on. If there is a batteries plus stone near you they may be able to test the cells. if it is a bad battery the have 3rd party as well has hp brand batteries that are cheaper than going thru the manufacturer. Hope this is helpful to you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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