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Re: Primary (internal) battery 601

So the primary battery is the one that detaches, I have a HP 15 touchsmart and I did the whole unistalling of the battery driver and did a battery scan ? and it told me to replace the primary battery so my question is if the primary battery is the detachable one??

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Re: Primary (internal) battery 601

In a ONE battery laptop, that battery is the Primary. 

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Re: Primary (internal) battery 601

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Here is a bit more information on the topic of battery error messages.

 

The following HP document explains the difference between a 301 and 601 battery error. The 601 error is a special case and means the measured storage capacity of the primary (internal) battery is less than 25% of the original storage capacity. It is time to replace your battery with a new one.

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01443470

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