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Satishm1
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Battery settings changed to charge till 80% only

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Hi there, last week i installed HP PC Hardware Diagnostics Windows tool on my laptop. After certain time period, some popup appeared to set battery charge level to 80%.

Since then battery does not charge beyond 80%.

I do not find the setting to change the charge level back to 100%. How do I change it back? Where is the setting?

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banhien
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@Satishm1 

 

What is your Elitebook ? My machine which is an HP 840 G5 has 80% as default

 

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Otherwise you can change from BIOS as shown on the following example:

 

         battery pct.png

 

Regards.

BH
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Hello 

 

probable Battery Health Manager is enabled in your BIOS setting.

I have such a setting with my Elitebook. it charge at 80%, no more

For me it's not a problem because my laptop is always connected to AC but I reduce the risk to have battery swelling issue.

 

IF you need 100% charging , then enter in BIOS setup and change Battery Health Manager setting. 

 

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