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Disable Battery Storage capacity warning on startup

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Elitebook Folio 9480m - 8GB Ram - 512GB SSD - WIN10
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My laptop has a battery that is pretty much worn out. It lasts for 1 hour max. But I only need it for that long, because I do not use it on battery power. I live in a country in which power outages are 3-7 times daily. I use it on AC power all the time.

So when the power goes out, it doesn't shut down.

 

So, because of that, almost every single time the Laptop boots, I get this message:

HP BATTERY ALERT

The system has detected that the storage capacity of the battery listed below is stated to be very low.

Affected Batteries:
Primary Battery (601)

For optimal performance, this Battery should be replaced.
For more info: SOME HP WEBSITE

Press ENTER to continue Startup

 This message delays my bootup time. I want to turn it off.

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