05-06-2014 03:06 PM - edited 05-06-2014 04:03 PM
IBM Thinkpad x40 with windows xp, don't have this problem before. additional information:
Battery work fine (more then 4 hours).
If unplugging in the stand by mode having any problem as well as when the PC shutdown .
plug back (switching from battery to external power) without any problem.
try to change battery and power adapter always the same problem.
me suggestion is HW issue.
any help welcome:
some post about
which component gone
05-06-2014 09:42 PM
My laptop is ThinkPad X1.
Same situation. Originally was at 97% charge, once go to battery mode (AC unplug) battery immediately goes to 5% and then hibernate.
Replaced 3 batteries from service center but problem still persist.
Support Center keep insisting is battery problem despite 3 replacement batteries from service center! Lenovo is providing faulty batteries to customer for consecutively 3 times!?
Issue has dragged for over 1 year and now Support Center says battery warranty is over and request to purchase new battery. If purchasing new battery can solve the issue, why did I need to replace the battery 3 times!? All batteries cycle counts range between 30 to 40 only. (Mostly on AC and recharge threshold is set to recharge at 33%). Lenovo batteries can only last for 3-6 months!?
Despite case being escalated to "TOP MANAGEMENT", no response from Lenovo at all for over 1 week! Is this even escalating?
Is this so-called "Customer Satisfaction" when satisfaction level is NEGATIVE ONE HUNDRED?
05-07-2014 06:32 AM
Sorry I think it's different issue, I mean immediate (0 time) reset (power loss) like you unplug power from desktop for 1 second, and after boot I can work with no problem 3-4 hours.