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So I have to 'shut down anyway' and that seems to cause the battery tod drain secretly to 0% while shut down. I can press the power button for 15 seconds to shut down but that really can't
From James Butler on October 14, 2015 :: 6:11 pm. First, check out what’s actually draining your battery by going to Settings > Battery. When you scroll down, you can see the percentage of ...
Battery drains while computer is completely off and often have to hold the power button down for 8 seconds for the laptop to turn on. Turned it on this morning and the laptop had dropped to about 20% when it was 100% and turned off the night before. I have reset the BIOS, done a clean install of windows 10, and tried pulling the battery.
Check for battery drain: Start by removing the negative side battery cable from your car battery (this is the black one). Connect the black wire from your multimeter to the port listed as “COM.” Connect the red wire to the “10A/20A” input port on your multimeter.
Here are seven telltale signs that your car battery is dying: A slow starting engine. Over time, the components inside your battery will wear out and become less effective. Dim lights and electrical issues. The check engine light is on. A bad smell. Corroded connectors.