Question about Lenovo G550 Notebook
Lenovo g550 was working fine showing battery 100% charged when power cord was unpluged it just shut down
Replace the battery, it's faulty.
Batteries only have a useful life, then they have to be replaced. Sounds like yours is doing like the ink cartridges, where they register as being full of ink when actually there is no ink in the cartridge.
Posted on May 19, 2012
Testimonial: "Yes. Replaced battery and it works fine. Thanks"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lenovo 3000 N200 Power Problem
It seems like the issue is with your Laptop Battery.
Please try to check the same battery with some other laptop & see if that works, other wise you have to go for a Battery Replacement.
Hope this resoultion will help you to get the battrey issue resolved for you.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
Check your power settings in windows set it for max run also Sounds like your battery shows the volts but no capacity 18 mo old this is very close to a replacement sugest aftermarket ebay battery Usualy when you do not run down lithium batteries they become unstable this means some of the cells in the battery hold less of a charge than others in the pack so this is the weakest link senario so you get the volts but when you put a draw volt brop right off and the computer shuts down. some times they can be reconditioned so all the cells hold the same cap but there is no warranty and cost about half of what a replacement battery cost. shop around.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
SOURCE: My Lenovo T60 will not boot up
One Long and Three Short Beeps = Video (EGA) Display Circuitry has malfunctioned, meaning the video card has possibly shot!
try this: remove the battery, remove the hard drive, remove anything else connected to the computer, and now for the most important, remove the memory and clean the contacts (memory is crucial to the machine working properly), if you have two clean them both.
After this replace the memory (only 1 if you have 2) plug in AC power only and try to reboot the pc into bios, if you hear no noises, start to put everything back 1 by 1 rebooting the machine every time, if it start to beep you've found the faulty hardware, leave that out, job done :)
keep me informed please
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
try draining the battery first.in order to do this. batery should be taken out the laptop. power adapter is unplugged. press and hold the power button then counte 1 to 10 then release your finger after 10 secs. then press in again then count. do that for 3 times. plugged everything back in and monitor the status afterwards
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Posted on Mar 25, 2010
the battery of your ideapad is already defective, try to change battery
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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