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I have an HP rz1710 pocket pc. Can't seem to get battery fully charged. It gotten worse over time. After charging overnight or all day, it still shows low battery, then displays the hp IPAQ screen with the following in red font at the bottom of the screen - 1.00.05 ENG. I can only stop that by placing it back in the charging cradle. What's wrong and how can I get this resolved? I was thinking of changing the battery but I'm not sure whether it's a battery or software/hardware issue. Please help

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If the unit will work while in the charger, it is most likely the battery has reached the end of its useful life. If this is the original battery, you are quite fortunate it has lasted this long and have taken good care of it because these batteries seldom last more than a two or three years before needing replacement.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

  • madmex0 Sep 10, 2011

    This is what I do.
    1. Turn on and go to Setting>System>Power
    2. Plug it in to wall charger.
    3. When "fully charged" disconnect and see if it's true.
    4. If not connect again and repeat step 3 until actually 100% charged.
    Not the best solution but there you go.

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