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Error message "Internal Battery 601"

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Product Name: HP Notebook 2000 PC
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Can't boot up the PC due to error message "Internal Battery 601"

Where can I get that battery and where is it located... Can I replace it myself or do I need to have a technician do it?

The HP Product Number is:EOM17UA#ABA

The OC is Three Years Old

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Re: Error message "Internal Battery 601"

Hello @migue3256,

 

 

Resolving the Battery Alert message

 

To resolve a Battery Alert message, you should perform the Battery Test in the System Diagnostics (F2) environment, and calibrate the battery for best performance.
 
To access the HP System Diagnostics Battery Test, turn on the computer and immediately press the esc key to display the Startup Menu. Press the System Diagnostics F2 key, and then select the Battery Test option.
 
For more information and detailed instructions, see the document for your operating system:

 

You should be able to remove/replace the battery urself.

To help you, Manual is below.
Read Page- 39 Component replacement procedures

 

MANUAL- http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03763129

 

 

As per the specs, Your PC is shipped with
6-cell 47WHr 2.2 Ah lithium-ion battery

 

SPECS: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03905124

 

Here is what you need!!
Description
6-cell, 47-Whr, 2.20-Ah Li-ion battery

 

Spare part number
593553-001

 

 

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