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0% Battery indication

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Kahari, Jan 25, 2010.

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  1. Kahari

    Kahari Thread Starter

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    Hello

    Okay, now I have this problem and I have been looking for how to fix this all across the internet. My battery indicator shows 0% constantly, even if i am on 100% charge. I got this problem this morning. I've tried to restart my computer several times, both with the battery charger plugged in and not plugged, I've also tried to remove the battery and see if that has an impact on this.

    I havent had a problem like this before on my laptop. Sometimes when I boot up It will say 0% for some seconds right after I entered the desktop, but it always goes to the correct charge. I've had my laptop since the fall of 2009 and I have kept really good care of it. Always been transported in a neodynium pocket and I have always plugged out the computer when it has been turned off.

    The charging works normally, but I won't see how much it has charged nor what the battery level is.

    How can I fix this?

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    Samsung Q320 13,4"
    Windows Vista hmprm
     
  2. Kahari

    Kahari Thread Starter

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    Now I have called Samsung technical assistance and they don't seem to have an answer to my problem either. I understand this isnt a crucial function for the computer to run, but this is extremely annoying and it limits my mobility

    Is this be a hardware or a software fault? I
     
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