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HP Spectre x360 - 15-df1014na.ple: Pavilion 6530
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

HP software keep inviting me to click a button to limit battery charge to 80%.

But it does nothing (tried 3 times)

BIOS only has only two objects under "battery" - both standard MS items - nothing from HP.

List of downloadables on HP site includes no battery related item.

What next, anyone?

Regards, Ron

 

Ron
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@RonMcLaren 

 

Not all machines have this option in BIOS. Some machines (special business machines) HP pre-configed them to limit 80%. Those machine have 3 years warranty. For example on my HP Elitebook 840 G5

 

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Regards.

BH
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I thought I had replied to Banheim's contribution, but maybe I didn't complete it, because I don't see it here.

Anyway . . . thank  you for replying Banheim. It was a glimmer of hope (i.e. might not be a problem). I'd like to discover if I really do or really don't need to limit charging to 80%, and if so, to find out how.

Anything specific to my Laptop (or how to extract the info from HP) would be most welcome.

Regards, Ron

Ron
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