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3Aboody
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i need to stop charging the battery at 80 % while plugged in my laptop is hp pavilon gaming dk1003ne

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hp pavilion gaming dk1003ne 

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i need to stop charging the battery at 80 % while plugged in

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banhien
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@3Aboody 

 

Your machine may support Adaptive Battery Optimizer , please try:

 

Enable or disable Adaptive Battery Optimizer:

  1. Start or restart the computer.
  2. Press F10 to enter HP Computer Setup (F10 setup).
  3. Select Configuration.
  4. Change the status to Enabled or Disabled as desired.
  5. Save the change and Exit.

Determine if protective measures have been activated:

  1. Start or restart the computer.
  2. Immediately press Esc to access the startup menu.
  3. Press F2 to start HP PC Diagnostics UEFI.
  4. Select Power > Battery.
  5. Select Run Once.
  6. Once the test completes, select Battery Details.
  7. Check the Adaptive Battery Optimizer status. Three possible statuses are:
     
    • Enabled/Not Activated: the feature is ON, but no protective measures are active.

    • Enabled/Activated: the feature is ON, and protective measures are active due to battery temperature, battery charging status, or usage patterns.

    • Disabled/Not Activated: the feature is OFF, and no protective measures are active.

Regards.

BH
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Adaptive Battery Optimizer status is Enabled/Not Activated how can i make it Enabled/Activated 

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