I bought it yesterday, the asus m6800 notebook, and I
recharged the batery, until it was full. Then, on my suprise, when I pressed the power bootton it didn't turned ON! I tried again, and again and it just don't want to turn on. What should i do? (I used it first)
Disconnect the Battery from the system and then plug the machine to the wall socket directly. This is to ensure that the battery is/is not defective.
Also, if possible, take out all the parts from the machine eg: HDD, RAM, CD/DVD ROM etc which can be taken out. Plug each part individually & then start the machine to identify the defective part which can be replaced later.
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as i do not know what laptop we are talking about here i asume its not a notebook if it is the time is slightly lower (6-8 hours) a normal lap top 10 - 12 hours. some super batery laptops come with an own (long) guide how to keep the batery alive.
to keep the batery alive a long period of time charge it from 50% not when its at critical.
If u can take out the batery when you are using cable and its fully charged it also has a longer life time. or just take out the cable when its at 100% and recharge it when it gets to 50%
dont have your computer in the lap it can over heat the computer/batery and the lifte time gets even lower.
get rechargable batteries and a charger, you will not have that happen near as often, regular batteries do not last long at all a few pics kills them. rechargable batteries last much much longer and you just recharge them over night, pop back in.. sum other batteries don't hold a charge, may try it in something else, see if its bad
n95 is a powerfull phone, and needs alot of energy... but 12 hours are not much....
1. check if there are some aplications runing in the background.... 2. did you charge your batery, the first time you turned your phone on? i meen did you charge it to top? rechargable bateries can lose alot of power, if you do not charge them up FULL, on the begining... 3. try some other batery, and se how it reacts, if you still hve the same problem, it could be a phone error