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rahulyogi
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Disable laptop battery without removing it

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HP 241G1
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am using HP 241G1 notebook for the last 6 years and now the battery starts troubling me. Now notebook doesn't start with battery power no matter how much time I charge it. I know it came near to end of its life that's why i am using AC supply all the time to use my laptop.

 

But I want a simple way to disable the battery by some setting or software as I am going to use AC power all the time. The battery always gives me notification at boot that the battery has damaged, so replaced it.

 

I can remove the battery physically and start the laptop with AC power but it gives a bad look to my laptop. So I want to know is there any tool that can completely disable the battery use and charge but leaving the battery attached?

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WAWood
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@rahulyogi 

Sorry, but there is no way to disable the battery through any settings -- you have to physically disconnect it.



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