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Purchased a new Dell Inspiron 6000 (9 cell) battery

Purchased a new Dell Inspiron 6000 9 cell battery and it charges fine and shows 5 hours and 99% charge when fully charged. Works Ok for about 3 hours until about 30% charge remaining and then justs shuts down. When plugged back into power, it shows 28% charge remaining but just shuts down again until charged up (no warnings, just dies immediately). Any ideas on action required?

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Have a look in your power properties and see the settings.They may be set at when battery reaches 30% The computer shutsdown. You can change the settings to your own preferance.

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You just want to refresh battery from the BIOS. There problem will be solve

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