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Prevent Laptop from stopping charge process at 99%

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15
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Well, I have a Pavilion Gaming Laptop and I mainly use it for gaming. Unfortunately the performance is greatly reduced when in batzery mode and as I use it a lot for gaming I am angry about it regularly stopping to charhe, causing FPS drops almost every minute. I do know that there is a battery Care Function but I cant disable it. Otherwise if its impossoble to turn off, can you please explain to me how I can change the settings so it doesnt reduce performance in battery mode? Thank you and have a good night.

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@WellIneedsomehe

 

Welcome to HP Community

 

I have gone through your Post and would like to help

 

if you are doing intense gaming, you need to have the Laptop on the Power charge since the Graphics Card demands higher power which cannot be compensated with the Battery Charge alone. Moreover Gaming off the Battery alone will greatly reduce the Battery Performance

 

Thank you

 

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