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Introduction
older and inaccurate (and you wish to get a little more use out of it) or worn out, has an inaccurately reported capacity, it may be possible to recalibrate it to correct incorrect reported capacities and potentially get a little extra life out of your old battery before you replace it. the problem by recalibrating the battery. [ ] '''NOTE:''' Battery recalibration cannot be used to will not save a failing worn out battery. It will correct the capacity of these packs, capacity, but it any capacity improvements will not be appreciable. It also does not restore lost capacity from wear; this This procedure only corrects what the BMS reports. capacity reported to the BMS. [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''WARNING:''' If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, REPLACE THE BATTERY! is old or worn out, older, use this procedure with caution. It This procedure may damage these batteries if your battery is sufficiently a worn out.''' out battery.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery hits drops to a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need to find a workaround to drain the battery to 0%. This will vary varies based on the BIOS type (UEFI if your system uses a UEFI or Legacy). Legacy BIOS. * A In most cases, you will see s capacity decrease is is more common (and good). decrease. This is good and means the information reported capacity and wear to the BMS is now accurate. * Try to avoid using your laptop while it is charging. This may impact 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% (ideally uninterrupted). === Known BIOS lockouts === **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout and automatically turn off. Plug the laptop in to wake it up and drain it to 0% once it is running again. '''Immediately recharge the battery'''. ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout. This only kicks in if the laptop is turned off.
older and inaccurate (and you wish to get a little more use out of it) or worn out, has an inaccurately reported capacity, it may be possible to recalibrate it to correct incorrect reported capacities and potentially get a little extra life out of your old battery before you replace it. the problem by recalibrating the battery. [ ] '''NOTE:''' Battery recalibration cannot be used to will not save a failing worn out battery. It will correct the capacity of these packs, capacity, but it any capacity improvements will not be appreciable. It also does not restore lost capacity from wear; this This procedure only corrects what the BMS reports. capacity reported to the BMS. [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''WARNING:''' If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, REPLACE THE BATTERY! is old or worn out, older, use this procedure with caution. It This procedure may damage these batteries if your battery is sufficiently a worn out.''' out battery.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery hits drops to a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need to find a workaround to drain the battery to 0%. This will vary varies based on the BIOS type (UEFI if your system uses a UEFI or Legacy). Legacy BIOS. * A In most cases, you will see s capacity decrease is is more common (and good). decrease. This is good and means the information reported capacity and wear to the BMS is now accurate. * Try to avoid using your laptop while it is charging. This may impact 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% (ideally uninterrupted). === Known BIOS lockouts === **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout and automatically turn off. Plug the laptop in to wake it up and drain it to 0% once it is running again. '''Immediately recharge the battery'''. ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout. This only kicks in if the laptop is turned off.