This has happened before and it magically got fixed but happened again now. The charge on my computer is stuck at 90% and I plug in my charger and it says plugged in but that is it. It does not say charging. The diagnostic test says that the battery and AC adaptor are both "ok" and passed. When i unplug the charger, the battery goes down like normal and when i plug in the charger again, it goes up but stays at 90% and does not say "charging". Any ideas?
- Also, i just got a message from the diagnostic, it says HP has detected that the battery care function setting in your BIOS is set to 100%. HP recommends that you change this setting to 80%. Reducing the battery care function setting to *0%, will help minimize premature battery wear and help provide optimal battery health. over the life of the battery. It can be modified in the F10 BIOS setting under Battery Care function. Should i do this? and where is it because i searched Battery Care function in my search thing on my computer and nothing pops up
The battery care feature on the BIOS is to stop charging the battery at a certain percentage based on the customer preference. If the battery percentage goes below the set level then it will start charging the battery again to the set level.
The Battery Health Manager feature provides a number of options designed to improve battery longevity and performance for various usage scenarios. The options are:
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