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Alot of laptop batteries decrease in charge value throughout use. If your laptop is an HP it has a battery restore program with the orginal software sent with your HP laptop. It takes an overnight commitment to let the program run but it usally restores the life of the laptop battery. Another solution would to be buy a new one off ebay.

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Vscott481,

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