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Laptop switched of at 50% battery without notification after upgrade to windows 10

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upgraded to windows 10 ,but laptop is switching of without any notice at 50% battery level ,made all possible seetings in power option but no use

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Hi @abhilashrocksu,

 

Thank you for posting at HP Forums!

 

I understand that the laptop shuts off without notification when the battery level is at 50%. I want to assist you in this matter.

 

Please try the document below, and let me know the results of the test.

HP Notebook PCs - Testing and Calibrating the Battery (Windows 10)

 

If you can calibrate the battery, let me know if the problem happens again after the calibration.

 

Thanks for participating in the HP Forums where we want to help you as well as others who may experience a similar issue as you have. Please consider marking the post that resolves your issue as "Accept as Solution" to help other community members! To show appreciation for my efforts kindly click the Thumbs Up below. Thanks. 

 

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Already tried those stuff and it passed from bios and from hp support assistance ,so that means battery is in good condition ,now its shutting down at 80% of battery ,its not giving any warning 

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Hi @abhilashrocksu,

 

Try this:

 

Go into Control Panel, select Power Options, and click on Change Plan Settings. Then select Change Advanced Power Settings. Click on +Battery. Set the reserve battery level to 10%, low battery level to 8%, and critical battery level to 7%, low battery action: sleep, low battery notification: on, critical battery action: sleep. Or you can select restore the default settings.

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Hi @abhilashrocksu,

 

Please enter the product number of your laptop here  and go to the driver support page to download the power plan software from Windows 8.1.

 

Also, did you perform a clean install of Windows 10 or it is upgraded from Window 7/8.1? When did the upgrade occur and what was the first time the shut down issue happened?

 

 

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Its upgraded from win 8.1 to win 10 and it was updated on November 2015 ,it was working fine at that time ,but from last 2 weeks i am facing this issue. I will check power plan software and get back to u
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Hi @abihilashrocksu,

 

You may also consider going back to a restore point when the laptop was working right since the it was not like this at the beginning after upgrading to Windows 10:

HP PCs - Using Microsoft System Restore (Windows 10, 😎

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power plan restore point nothing is helpfull

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any update on this 

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