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Introduction
If your laptop battery is older (and you wish to get a little more use out of it) or has an inaccurately reported capacity, it may be possible to correct the problem by recalibrating the battery. [ … ] batteries. Any Noticeable capacity improvements are likely generally negligible or short term and will be negligible. term. [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''''If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, REPLACE THE BATTERY!''''' * '''If your pack is older, use caution. This may damage older batteries.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery drops to a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need a workaround to drain the battery to 0%. This may vary based on the BIOS type (UEFI or Legacy). * In most cases, you will see a capacity decrease. This is good and means the information reported to the BMS is accurate. * Try to avoid using your laptop while it is charging. This may impact the post 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, immediately recharge the battery (uninterrupted). === Known BIOS lockouts === **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout and automatically turn off and need to be bypassed. '''Immediately recharge the battery once the laptop is at 0% capacity and shuts down.''' ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout. This only kicks in if the laptop is turned off.
If your laptop battery is older (and you wish to get a little more use out of it) or has an inaccurately reported capacity, it may be possible to correct the problem by recalibrating the battery. [ … ] batteries. Any Noticeable capacity improvements are likely generally negligible or short term and will be negligible. term. [ … ] ++ '''Guide notes''' ++ * '''''If your battery exceeds 30-40 °C/86-104 °F, REPLACE THE BATTERY!''''' * '''If your pack is older, use caution. This may damage older batteries.''' * If your laptop does not allow you to use it when the battery drops to a certain percentage (notably HP), you will need a workaround to drain the battery to 0%. This may vary based on the BIOS type (UEFI or Legacy). * In most cases, you will see a capacity decrease. This is good and means the information reported to the BMS is accurate. * Try to avoid using your laptop while it is charging. This may impact the post 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, immediately recharge the battery (uninterrupted). === Known BIOS lockouts === **HP laptops have a ~15% BIOS lockout and automatically turn off and need to be bypassed. '''Immediately recharge the battery once the laptop is at 0% capacity and shuts down.''' ***Lenovo laptops have a ~7% critical lockout. This only kicks in if the laptop is turned off.