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No “Plug In” warning (Resolved).

Battery

Best Answer phillpower2 , 05 October 2017 - 02:14 PM

Hi Bry, Wasn`t sure if you may have upgraded to 10 so double checked on the OS   Seven tutorial courtesy of Brink here to check your battery and power plan settings in general. Go to the full post »


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brycrip

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Hey Geeks

...anyone know why, when my Asus K53E reaches the end of its battery charge, the computer just dies with out giving the typical warning to plug in? When I attach a power cord, it powers up after I hit Start Normally. I was hoping it was a battery problem but a new one failed to solve the problem.

 

Thank you for your ideas.

 

Bry


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phillpower2

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Hello Bry,

 

Couple of questions if I may;

 

What OS are you running.

Have you checked the battery settings, see my example attachment below;

 

 

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Hi Phil, good to be speaking with you again.

 

I'm using Win7 and no. Have not check battery settings. How do I get there?

 

Much thanks....

Bry


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Hi Bry,

 

Wasn`t sure if you may have upgraded to 10 so double checked on the OS  :)

 

Seven tutorial courtesy of Brink here to check your battery and power plan settings in general.


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Big thanks, Phil... I'll copy it to this hard drive and take it back to the boat. It's the boat computer that's giving me grief this time :)

 

Bry 


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Your welcome Bry  :)


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Okay Phil... tried a few things as outlined and something stuck. All good now and back to normal.

Thanks again,

You're my 'Go To Guy!'

Bry


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You are most welcome and thanks for the kind words Bry  :)


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