Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Whenever my notebook battery reaches 100% it stops charging and my notebook powers down and when I power it back up it has 5%. The battery is not even 4 months old.
This could be the battery. Batteries are funny some last longer than others and some don't last long at all. This could also be the power management chip on the motherboard. This chip controls and regulates the power, it also allows the machine to switch back and forth from battery to AC, and controls the charging system. I'm leaning towards the chip, because a bad battery shouldn't cause a shut down when the charge is complete. I suggest you take it in for a professional diagnostic. They'll be able to check the power management system and tell you exactly where the problem is, and if it's a replaceable component.
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