Question about Lenovo 3000 N100 CoreDT2080 VB PC Notebook
I have a LENOVO N100 laptop. The laptop is working fine with direct power. But when I am switching off direct power the laptop is switching off. Battery charge is showing 60%. Another problem is while on direct power it is not charging the battery (I get the message "plugged in, not charging"). So, VERY SLOWLY the battery power is running out day by day. Any help will be highly appreciated.
Batteries have a memory,
When the battery was new it most likely would run for 1.5 hours, but, since you didn't want the computer to go off, and you were by a plug-in, you plugged it in before it was completely or maybe sometimes not even halfway discharged. That is where it stated its "memory" - this got shorter and shorter = your battery "THINKS" it is totally discharged and reads as so.
There are programs on the web (can't advertize for pay programs or give you links to them - against the rules) - that will re-vitalize your battery to almost new condition by discharging it more and more till it is truly fully discharged, then will fill it back to like new charge time.
Or you can buy a new battery.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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