Question about Dell Inspiron 1420 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Not to worry, it is a normal process when any laptop is started. It first check if it is connected to power and starts charging if connected to power.
As far as battery life status is good and fine, you can continue working on your laptop.
You will get a pop of notification when the battery life about to end, till then you can work with out any tension.
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