I have an HP Pavillion dv6500 laptop and it came with Vista Home Premium, but Vista got screwed up and I'd came here previously for a fix but after lots of attempted fixes, none seemed to work. So anyway, I upgraded to Windows 7 which I LOVE... (Yes, all my drivers were compatible --I checked.) ...and I've probably been using it for 6 months -ish. My laptop is 2 years old.
The battery life on this laptop was never fantastic but it was decent. I'm a gamer and it doesn't last long when unplugged anyway so it's kind of hooked up to the charger most of the time, and I have the back elevated 'cause it gets pretty warm.
Today, I got a battery message. It says "Consider replacing your battery." and has a red x on the battery bar. It ONLY appears when the charger is plugged in so far. I read up on the error and it seems I only have 3 possible problems: Something to do with the BIOS, my drivers, or maybe I just destroyed my battery.
I ran a 'powercfg -energy' check in CMD.
Heres the results if it tells you anything: http://pastebin.com/eYR93H7A
If you need any other log or any information, just ask.
Help is VERY much appreciated.