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kavi1167
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DO HP AU006TX works without a battery?

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its 4years old laptop. The battery is dead. Cant switch on the laptop without AC adapter plugged in. So planning to remove the battery and use the laptop as a desktop with power plugged in. Do hp au006tx works without a battery.If someone had experienced same situation, do reply? 

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@kavi1167 

 

What is your Hp au006tx  ? Is it a 13", 14". 15", 16" or 17"  machine ? I believe it is an HP Pavilion 15-au006tx, its specs

          https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05138576

 

It has RTC battery therefore you can run machine on AC only. I actually have 2 machines w/o batteries for at least 3 years now, I'm using one machine nearly everyday and another one once or twice a week.

 

The ONLY problem: when house power went down suddenly your machine would get unpredictable damages specially its HDD.

 

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Its hp15au006tx(with inbuild battery).

  I always connect the ac adaptor to the socket that connected to UPS.  The battery of notebook was already dead,  so even the main ac power goes off,  the ups can power the laptop. Thats how im using this for a month. 

My concern is will it works the same if i remove the battery or should the battery be there even if its dead to work. (Im not familiar with inbuilt battery)

 

Removal battery laptops works fine without battery.

Not sure about this one. 

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@kavi1167 

 

You have UPS and RTC or CMOS battery therefore no need to keep battery in your machine.

 

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