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Lotarynska
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Auto cut power, and battery capacity

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Hp pavilion gaming 15-ec0001AX
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Did my laptop have an auto cut? I have playing game with charge my laptop (battery 100%), but when i check again on the next day, it's maximum capacity decrease from 4550mAh to 4300mAh. So how to prevent my battery laptop from decrease it's value while used with charging?

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banhien
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@Lotarynska 

 

This is draining battery during machine off problem. I don't know why Microsoft and other vendors (including HP) do not give a way to fix that. Some machines use huge amount of battery when off but some machines only use a little.

 

After tweaking around, my 2 HP machines still use 1 or 2% overnight. I don't really care much. My 2 Surface machines use around 2% a month (I actually tested them).

 

I've got few Dell machines but they are old. My latest one which is a 4 months old, it uses 2% a week. It has a nice function: after fully off (not sleep/hibernate), next day when opening the machine all things are up. But if turning off machine and leave it open (do not close the lid), next day I have to press power button to turn it on. I normally don't mix machines, each machine has it own work for example I use an HP Elitebook 840 G5 for this forum.

 

Now please try the following way to tweak

 

   https://windowsreport.com/battery-drain-shutdown/

 

Regards.

BH
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