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Why is my new laptop battery drains completely?

By ziqiang12 ·

Would like to put the question more concrete, but the character limit does not allow it, yes.

This is the current status:

- Laptop battery is new and has been calibrated with the BIOS of my internal tool (fully charged, then, neusarten calibration started was only then fully recharged to restart)

- The Ernergiespareinstellungen say in every possible choice that is the low battery level at 30% and then the laptop will go into sleep mode. The critical is 10% and will trigger the same action. Reserve power is 7%.

Now the problem:
My WIndows 7 warns me not at low, let alone a critical battery level, and eventually goes from the laptop simply because the battery was sucked dry completely. The session will be lost, of course, Windows tells me on startup that it at last switch was a problem, and if I want to continue abgesichtert or normal.

What's going on? Does anyone know the problem? Please no solutions like "Always have an eye on the battery indicator." Or so I am a qualified IT-K and simply desperate thereto and finally wants to know the solution.

Thanks in advance ever :)

New laptop battery: calibrated settings ...... properly, but warns Win 7 anymore and battery drains completely - why?

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Repost as 'Q&A'

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Why is my new laptop batt ...

Try reposting this in the 'Q&A' forum. The 'Discussion' forum is for matters of general discussion, not specific problems in search of a solution. The 'Water Cooler' is for non-technical discussions. You can submit a question to 'Q&A' here:;content

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I think you have to set those per power profile

by Slayer_ In reply to Why is my new laptop batt ...

So make sure the profile you set, is the one your using.

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