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Laptop Battery Problem

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#1 Stipl3x


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 01:02 PM


My laptop is ASUS X75VC-TY011D (I have it for about 3.5 years, with w10 and last bios update).

A few months ago I have noticed that my battery was saying that it was full charged and charging all the time. After that, I have noticed that after the night, the battery led, which is usually green, was blinking orange and then, I plugged out the battery. After that, I started searching for answers. I tried some "solutions" like fully discharge, pressing the power button for discharging the motherboard and a lot of other things. The battery works, but it just charges to 94-95% and after a few hours of use, the led starts blinking again and when I plug out the cable, the capacity doesn't modify. I monitored the battery in Aida64 and I saw that the battery is not charging fully and after the moment when led starts blinking it says not charging, so the laptop is only on AC. Now I use only the AC adaptor, and only when I really need the battery, I plug it in.

I hope you can help me with a solution or at least tell me what the problem would be: the battery is dead or is something related to the software. 

Hope you can help me! ;)

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#2 JohnC_21


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 01:20 PM

3.5 years is about the average live of a battery. 


Open a command prompt and type the following.


powercfg /batteryreport


This will generate a HTML file


Double click it and see what the full charge vs design capacity. If it less than half the battery should be replaced. Definitely replace if at 20% or less.



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