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ShantanuGhose47
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HP Omen 15model drains battery even when it is turned off

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Omen 15-1092tx
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Hi Guys,

 

I got this laptop on August 2019 and it is great! 

The issue started two months into the purchase. I had turned it off with 75% battery and when I opened it after 3 weeks later, the battery had depleted to 35%. Since that day onwards, the battery drains around 2.5% every day even when it is turned off.

 

I have tried the following things till now:

 

1. Disabled fast startup

2. Disabled Sleep when closing to sleep or hitting power button.

3. Disabled Connected Standby

4. Updating BIOS and all other system software

 

On 15th July, I discovered that the Sleep and Charge USB port was still powering devices when turned off.

When I checked this in BIOS settings, it mentioned that the setting would enable the USB devices to be charged even in hibernate or shutdown state. I disabled this feature and thought this would finally solve this battery depletion issue. To my dismay, when I turned on the system today, I found that the battery had depleted again.

 

I am all out of ideas now.

 

Please help.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Photoray002
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Hello @ShantanuGhose47 

 

Ya that's been a topic of concern before. There wont be anything I can offer above what you have done already except to turn off Hibernation fully, not just fast startup.

 

Open a command prompt as administrator and use the following command...

powercfg –h off

 

If you ever need to turn it back on...

powercfg –h on.

 

Also you can try shutting down with a Mechanical Off state (G3).

To do this, hold down Shift when clicking Shutdown from the Start menu.

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