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is left. left. While it will correct these packs, any increases will not be appreciable. [ … ] '''Note: This process does NOT restore lost capacity. It is meant to correct the capacity reported to the BMS in your battery.''' [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''WARNING: If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, the battery should be treated as damaged and be replaced!''' * '''Use this procedure with caution on worn out batteries. This may result in battery damage; be prepared to replace the battery if this happens.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery hits a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need to find a workaround to calibrate the battery correctly. This will vary based on the BIOS used (UEFI or Legacy). * In most cases, you will see a battery capacity decrease rather then an increase. This is good, as unaccounted wear is now known. * Once the battery is charging, it is best to let your laptop do it's thing and not use it. This may affect the calibration accuracy. [ … ] '''How to recalibrate the battery''' * Charge the laptop to 100%. * Use the laptop until it's at 0% and shuts down**/***. * Immediately recharge the battery. To recalibrate the battery, charge the battery to 100%. **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout. For these laptops, a workaround is required.Use the laptop until the battery hits 0% and shuts off. Immediately charge the laptop until it is fully charged. ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout, but it does not apply unless the laptop is shut down at that percentage level.
is left. left. While it will correct these packs, any increases will not be appreciable. [ … ] '''Note: This process does NOT restore lost capacity. It is meant to correct the capacity reported to the BMS in your battery.''' [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''WARNING: If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, the battery should be treated as damaged and be replaced!''' * '''Use this procedure with caution on worn out batteries. This may result in battery damage; be prepared to replace the battery if this happens.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery hits a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need to find a workaround to calibrate the battery correctly. This will vary based on the BIOS used (UEFI or Legacy). * In most cases, you will see a battery capacity decrease rather then an increase. This is good, as unaccounted wear is now known. * Once the battery is charging, it is best to let your laptop do it's thing and not use it. This may affect the calibration accuracy. [ … ] '''How to recalibrate the battery''' * Charge the laptop to 100%. * Use the laptop until it's at 0% and shuts down**/***. * Immediately recharge the battery. To recalibrate the battery, charge the battery to 100%. **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout. For these laptops, a workaround is required.Use the laptop until the battery hits 0% and shuts off. Immediately charge the laptop until it is fully charged. ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout, but it does not apply unless the laptop is shut down at that percentage level.