There is a problem with your battery
I have been receiving an error message saying "Consider replacing your battery" "There is a problem with your battery, so your computer might shut down suddenly".
Laptop is only couple of weeks old.
Toshiba, Qosmio F60, Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 430 @ 2.27GHz, Video: NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M version=220.127.116.1198
Battery: MS AC Adapter Driver version: 6.1.7600.16385
MS ACPI Compliant Control Method Driver version: 6.1.7600.16385
MS Composet Battery Driver version: 6.1.7600.16385
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i have 2 OS on my system xp and 7. i was using xp for old games. there is no problem with my battery when i use xp. but recently 7 showed this problem of "replace ur battery". it keeps shutting down sometims at 30% and sometimes the charge remainig in the battery increases from some value to fully charged battery.i wonder how can the charge increase on its own. I updated the BIOS ,drivers everything like reinstalling the drivers etc.But the problem remains as such in 7. the life of the battery was around 2.5 hrs earlier which got reduced to 40 min. XP shows no problem at all.
Recently the battery in laptop died (full charge would last about 15-30 min at best), so we replaced it. The problem is that Windows 7 still thinks the battery is dead, and immediately pops up a warning when the computer boots saying basically "warning, your battery has 4 hours and 30 minutes of charge left, you should change it or plug it in." Now, in and of itself, this wouldn't be a problem, but along with this, the OS will randomly hibernate the computer as it would to prevent data from being lost from a dead battery, only it never does it at 10%-15% battery, but rather 50%-90% battery.
I have the problem about my battery. The battery icon show the message "consider replace your battery" but before today i have no problem with my battery...
When I plug my charger into my computer the battery icon in the bottom right reads the message "Consider replacing your battery" then below it "There is a problem with your battery so your computer might shut down suddenly".
This message only appears when the laptop battery is charging can anyone help is this the battery or windows 7.
I own a gateway nv5814u and bought a replacement battery for it.
I installed the battery, and now the indicator is blinking and windows 7 does not recognize the battery.
The battery works, even unplugged from ac...
Microsoft has confirmed it is investigating a problem causing some Windows 7 users to receive incorrect battery warnings on their laptops.
The warning is triggered when a laptops BIOS detects a battery replacement is required. Windows 7 provides the following alert: "Consider replacing your battery. There is a problem with your battery, so your computer might shut down suddenly." One user who spoke to The Register claimed their laptop battery life had decreased from two hours to half hour and others posted their experiences in a
I was actually having a USB problem,my mouse can't work.Yesterday is working perfectly then suddenly it stop working and the USB port in the system tray show me this USB Device Not Recognized.I tried everything i tried using the Device Manager delete all the unknown device,i tried plugging off the battery for 15 minutes and plug it in but is still not working.
When i plug in the battery and turn on my computer i only realized that the battery having a blinking "X" on it.so i press on the battery icon and i saw "Consider replacing your battery".
Since upgrading from Vista HP, I'm getting "consider replacing your battery" and "There is a problem with your battery, so your computer might shut down suddenly" messages while plugged in and erroneous power readings and early shut down when running off battery. My battery is fine; I never had any trouble before the upgrade.
I've found several threads elsewhere discussing the problem, but the proposed solutions (such as driver and BIOS updates) don't seem to be working for anyone.
Am using a Dell 1525, nearly 8 months old. Everything was running fine since i installed Windows 7 a week ago. An hour back i started get the "Consider replacing your battery" notification. Is it really my battery dying or software related issue? Cuz i found a lot of threads here which said it was the battery indicators problem.
On battery symbol shows the message like this" consider replacing your battery"...