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perry_joseph
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How can i manage My Lenovo X230 Core i5 3rd Gen battery life issue?

Hello Everyone,

 

This is inn regarding the battery life issue,

First of i want pay my gratitude towards the all respected lenovo technician who always be ready to help me, My organisation is having elite series of lenovo laptops and desktops. Meanwhile, i encounter the battery life issue in my Lenovo X230 Core i5 3rd Gen after 1 year.

Anybody can suggest me, how can i manage laptops battery life.

 

 

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Re: How can i manage My Lenovo X230 Core i5 3rd Gen battery life issue?

Hello Perry_Joseph

Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.


Have a look and try the following steps:

 

mithunr wrote;

 

Go to control panel -> Device manager. Under batteries tab, uninstall Microsoft ACPI Compliant control method battery, restart the system and check if battery charges properly.

 

  1. Shutdown, unplug AC and remove battery. Press and hold power button for several seconds. Then re-install battery and AC and restart and see.
  2. Download latest Power Manager and Power Management driver.
  3. Uninstall Power Manager and Power Management driver that is already installed.
  4. Reboot the laptop
  5. Install Power Manager and Power Management driver
  6. Reboot laptop again and see if helps.

Go to Power manager -> Battery tab in advanced view -> Battery maintenance -> Select always fully charge ->Ok and restart the system.

 

Ensure that the system is plugged-in and that battery firmware is up-to-date.  Check the Lenovo support site for any battery firmware updates for your particular model.  Perform battery gauge reset.  This will allow the battery to relearn available capacity. Update BIOS to the latest level


 

Source: LINK

 

Otherwise, it is likely that you have a faulty battery on your hands, in which case, you would need to get a replacement battery and try that.

 

Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.


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