What is HP doing about this potential explosive "bomb"?
Would there be a global recall?
If overcharging is the cause, I think technology has come of age to have an overcharging prevention mechanism in-built. Or I suggest the power supply system should by default set to charge not more than 80%. Also, there should be proper sensitization to customers as regards this overcharging palaver with HP laptops.
Truly, I am somewhat disappointed about buying this laptop. Just barely a year after purchase I was terribly disappointed during a business deal presentation...the battery simply stopped working unexpectedly.
As this is a hardware issue, I'd suggest you Contact HP in your region regarding the service options for your computer.
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