Was it perhaps under intensive CPU/GPU or GPU load at any time during this period? The reason I ask is that if the power demand exceeds the charger's power output, the battery kicks in to meet the demand. At those times, the battery is draining even though it's plugged in.
I found that battery pack from a seller in my country yesterday, it was delivered today. Installation was easy, most frustrating part was bending the cable like the old battery so that it could reach the motherboard's connector. The old battery was a bit swollen.It charged to 100%, I discharged it to 10% and again to 100% without any problems. It reports 49/48 Wh and 16.7 V which seems normal for a new battery. Everything now concludes that it was indeed the old battery's fault and (fortunately) not any motherboard circuit.Thanks for your assistance.
Hi Every one !
I have the same laptop & I do have the same problem has anyone figured out a solution yet?
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