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Chet1967
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Running Notebook Computer without internal battery

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Spectre X360 Convertable Model 15 df0033dx
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I replaced my the battery in my HP Spectre X360 Convertable Model 15 notebook computer.  It's an internal battery.  Since replacing the battery I receive a "Non-HP Battery Detected" message each time I boot.  The message goes away after a few seconds and the system continues the boot process.  However, I'd like to see that message go away.

 

While looking for help from consultants, one told me to remove the battery, then plug in the AC adapter and restart the computer.  If it boots properly I am then, with the power connected and the computer running, to re-install the battery. 

 

I don't feel it would be wise to reconnect an internal battery while the machine is running.  I am hoping to be convinced by some of you that doing this would be safe.  Otherwise, hopefully one of you can tell me how to make the message disappear.

 

Thanks

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banhien
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@Chet1967 

 

Your machine does not have RTC (CMOS) battery therefore you need to keep battery inside. For the message, you can use battery, can charge battery why bother a message in few seconds ?

 

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Chet1967
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Thanks for the info about having no CMOS battery.  I won't try to do what that consultant asked me to.

 

I have a hard time believing that there is no option to bypass unnecessary alerts.  I still want to try to eliminate that NON HP BATTERY message, even if it does go away in a few seconds. 

 

Thanks again.

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