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Battery Not Charging at times

Hi,

 

Im having the problem of "battery not charging" though it is plugged in. I do see this has been addressed, but I am noticing that this problem is intermittent.

 

I'm using a HP Compaq 69-10 with Windows 7

 

I noticed this a few weeks ago. The laptop would be plugged in but not charging. At it seemed to lose a little power slowly.

It would drop to 99 percent charged or even a little lower despite being plugger in.

 

I tried shutting down, rebooting, different sockets,  booting up with battery uninstalled, and booting up on battery without being plugged in.

 

It went away once but I dont recall exactly what I did. Then it came back. Today it was down to 95 percent, then suddenly fully charged without me noticing.

 

I often put my computer in sleep mode by closing cover without shutting down. Could this be related?

 

Also what about plugging in headphones? That's the only thing I did different today and then I noticed it fully charged.

 

Any ideas on what I can do?

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As a follow up. Today the power is down to 99 % "plugged in not charging"

 

The computer (notebook) has been plugged in.  I didnt shutdown over night but closed cover, and that puts it in sleep mode. I believe this problem may be related to the computer being put in sleep mode.

 

Any suggestions ?

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