Re: battery life
> On Fri, 6 Jun 2008 15:56:37 -0700, Jean
> <Jean@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> The same thing just happened to me which is what brought me to this site. I
>> have a 3 month old computer that works fine. when I click on the battery
>> icon it states it is plugged in and not charging. why would this be?
> One word: warranty.
Idiot. if the Icon is wrong it is a software problem, if the sensors in
the machine are wrong it is a hardware problem. We need to establish the
"Real" cause of the problem, not just accuse the manufacturer or user.
Nonny the best thing you can do for Microsoft is crawl into a corner and
hide, because you are at best a troll and more often a nuisance. Go
forth and let the problem be properly investigated.
Jean et al... does the computer keep it's charge despite the readings, I
mean does it work to your expectations or are there obvious battery
problems? If it works okay then there are several possible reasons, one
is Vista another is the manufacturer's software and another is the
If the battery lives up to your expectations then it is a software problem