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hellise
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HP Pavilion PC turns off when charger is unplugged

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HP Pavilion 24-b255na
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I just purchased a new hp pavilion about a 2 weeks ago, and I just recently noticed my battery icon wasn't showing. But before that I unplugged my pc just because I thought it was charged enough but it turned off and I was a bit worried then, but I just left it at that , I then tried to do a component test and there was no battery/power option. I looked in the HP forums to see if anyone else was having the same issue with the no battery icon and I tried to do the device manager and no battery option there,  It's like theres no battery at all, please help.

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@hellise,

The HP 24-b255na is a desktop computer. 

The power supply is that external brick. Here is the link. It is not a laptop, hence there is no internal battery.  What made you believe it had a battery? 

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You could've just said I wasted my money on buying it if it only works being plugged in 24/7. 

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