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antipin
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Registered: ‎11-22-2017
Location: US
Views: 2,241
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Two batteries naming issue ("Battery 0, Battery 1" instead of "Battery1, Battery 2")

Hi guys. I have a T470 and after the latest Windows update I encountered a battery naming issue. Before the update batteries had proper order and were named accordingly: battery 1, battery 2, no surprises here. But after the update I noticed the order has changed to battery 0, battery 1 (attached pic below) Yeah yeah, I understand arrays start at zero but what is that? I was just wondering is it just me or you guys have the same situation going on with your batteries? Is there a way to change the order back to "normal"?

 

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Vlad_Koldobskiy
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Registered: ‎10-27-2017
Location: RU
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Re: Two batteries naming issue ("Battery 0, Battery 1" instead of "Battery1, Battery

I have this on my laptop too, on Win10 build 1709. Not sure what is the cause - probably Microsoft screwed up the battery enumeration logic.

antipin
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Registered: ‎11-22-2017
Location: US
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Re: Two batteries naming issue ("Battery 0, Battery 1" instead of "Battery1, Battery

Unfortunately the issue still presents after the current Cumulative update (11/30/17).

drakbarshahid
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Registered: ‎09-10-2016
Location: AU
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Re: Two batteries naming issue ("Battery 0, Battery 1" instead of "Battery1, Battery

I also have same issue on top of the main issue of "slow charging" by main battery. I also updated the windows 10 day before and after windows update, battery naming changed to battery 0 and battery 1. Image attached.Picture1.jpgPicture2.jpg

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