0B200-00990100, B31N1345 ersatz Laptop Akku fuer Asus TP500L, TP500LA, 48wh, 11,4v, 3 zellen

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0B200-00990100, B31N1345 ersatz Laptop Akku fuer Asus TP500L, TP500LA, 48wh, 11,4v, 3 zellen

€48,15

 
Kapazitaet48wh
Spannung11,4v
FarbeBlack
AkkutypLi-ion
Anzahl der Zellen3

Technische Daten

Lieferung Estimated between Sat, Dec 16 and Tue, Dec 19
Gewicht 450g
Produkt Type Generisches Ersatzprodukt
Garantie 30 Tage Geld zurück, 1 Jahr Garantie!
Zustand Neu
Paket beinhaltet 1 × Akku (im Verpackungskarton)
Zahlung PayPal (Kreditkarte akzeptieren)

Li-Ion-Laptop-Akkus mit 7,2 V und 7,4 V werden häufig verwendet.

Li-Ion-Laptop-Akkus mit 10,8 V und 11,1 V werden häufig verwendet.

Li-Ion-Laptop-Akkus mit 14,4 V und 14,8 V werden häufig verwendet.

7,2 V (= 7,4 V), 10,8 V (= 11,1 V), 14,4 V (= 14,8 V) Batterien haben unterschiedliche Spannungen und sind nicht kompatibel. Bitte wählen Sie die richtige Batterie (Spannung).

Mit diesem Akku erwerben Sie ein Qualitätsprodukt, welches ausschließlich mit hochwertigen Zellen namhafter Hersteller wie Samsung, Sanyo und Panasonic bestückt ist. Unsere Akkus werden nach den höchsten Qualitätsstandards hergestellt und zeichnen sich durch eine hohe Langlebigkeit aus. Des Weiteren besitzen unsere Akkus eine hohe Zyklenfestigkeit, welche eine hohe Anzahl an Lade- und Entladezyklen gewährleistet.

Merkmale unserer Akkus:

- problemloses Laden mit dem original oder baugleichen Ladegerät / Netzteil

- Überhitzungs-, Überlade- und Kurzschlussschutz wie im Originalakku

- kein Memoryeffekt durch Hochleistungszellen

- 100 % Passgenauigkeit zum Originalakku

- geringe Selbstentladung

Tips

Schauen Sie sich vor dem Kauf am besten unseren Akku aus den obigen Bildern an und prüfen Sie, ob er mit Ihrem Original übereinstimmt. Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie den richtigen Akku auswählen, um eine Fehlbestellung zu vermeiden.

Bitte bestätigen Sie, dass Ihr Maschinenmodell, die Spannung oder die Teilenummer in unserer Beschreibung kompatibel sind. Außerdem können Sie einen Vergleich zwischen Ihrer Originalbatterie und unserem Artikel anstellen. Bei gleichem Aussehen (insbesondere der Anschlussposition) und gleicher Batteriespannung ist dies kein Problem Zum Austausch mit Ihrer Maschine, solange Ihr Modell oder Ihre Teilenummer in unserer Beschreibung kompatibel ist.

Produkthandbuch - Bedienungsanleitung

Kompatible ASUS Teilenummer

Bitte verwenden Sie die Tastenkombination [Strg + F], um unten Teilenummern / Modellnummern schnell zu finden.

ASUS

  • 0B200-00990100
  • B31N1345

Kompatible ASUS Laptop Modelle

ASUS

  • TP500L
  • TP500LA
  • TP500LA-1A
  • TP500LA-CJ041H
  • TP500LA-CJ062H
  • TP500LA-DH51T
  • TP500LA-DH71T
  • TP500LA-DN041H
  • TP500LA-DN170H
  • TP500LA-UB31T
  • TP500LB
  • TP500LB-CJ015H
  • TP500LB-DN022H
  • TP500LB-DN024H
  • TP500LB-DS71T-CA
  • TP500LB5500
  • TP500LN
  • TP500LN-0041A4210U
  • TP500LN-0051A4510U
  • TP500LN-CJ035H
  • TP500LN-CJ104H
  • TP500LN-CJ132H
  • TP500LN-CJ142D
  • TP500LN-DB51T-CA
  • TP500LN-DB71T-CA
  • TP500LN-DN057H
  • TP500LN-DN064H
  • TP500LN-DN066D
  • TP500LN-DN066H
  • TP500LN-DN075H
  • TP500LN-DN109H
  • TP500LN-DN119H
  • TP500LN-DN136H
  • TP500LN-QB72T
  • TP500LN-QB72T-CB
  • TP500LN4510

Wenn Ihr Maschinenmodell hier nicht aufgeführt ist, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte vor dem Kauf!

Haftungsausschluss:
www.laptop-battery.net mit keinem der aufgeführten Originalhersteller verbunden. Alle eingetragenen Marken oder Modellnamen oben aufgeführt sind, als Identifikationsnummer nur zeigen Kompatibilität.

Versand

  • Wir versenden das Paket innerhalb von 24 Stunden nach Zahlungseingang.
  • Ihre Bestellung wird versendet aus Hongkong über DHL Paket, außer bei dringenden Bestellungen, normalerweise dauert es 15-18 Werktage dich erreichen. In der Regel müssen Sie keine Steuern zahlen.
  • Wir werden Ihnen die Tracking-Nummer und den Tracking-Link innerhalb von 2-3 Werktagen anbieten.
  • Trackinformationen werden aktualisiert, wenn der Artikel in Deutschland ankommt. Es dauert normalerweise etwa 10-12 Tage, nachdem das Produkt versendet wurde. Bitte haben Sie etwas Geduld.
  • Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass Ihre Lieferadresse korrekt ist, wir übernehmen keine Verantwortung für den zweiten Versand. Wenn Sie die Lieferadresse ändern möchten, senden Sie uns bitte direkt nach der Bezahlung des Artikels eine E-Mail.

Ort Versandkosten Voraussichtliche Lieferzeit
Hongkong €0 15 - 18 Werktage

Wenn Sie einen Rabatt erhalten möchten, können Sie sich gerne an uns wenden. [mehr...]

Zahlung

Wir akzeptieren Kreditkartenbezahlung durch PayPal Zahlungssystem. PayPal Zahlungssystem unterstützt Mastercard, Visa, Discover und eCheck.

Wir senden Bestellinformationen an Ihre E-Mail-Adresse, wenn Sie die Bestellung abschließen. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten, überprüfen Sie bitte Ihren E-Mail-SPAM-Ordner, oder Sie können Ihre Bestellinformationen mit Ihrer E-Mail-Adresse und Ihrem vollständigen Namen über den Link zur Auftragsverfolgung verfolgen.

Wenn Sie irgendeine Frage haben, kontaktieren Sie bitte zuerst unseren Kundendienst, wir werden unser Bestes tun, um es für Sie zu lösen, bitte öffnen Sie keinen Streit oder Anspruch auf PayPal ohne uns zu kontaktieren.

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Garantie & Rücksendungen

  • Unsere Produkte haben 12 Monate Garantie. Eine vollständige Rückerstattung kann nur innerhalb von 30 Tagen erfolgen.
  • Wenn die Rücksendung auf Fehler des Käufers zurückzuführen ist, z. B. falscher Kauf, keine Notwendigkeit der Batterien nach der Transaktion oder andere künstliche Schäden, sollte die Rücksendegebühr vom Käufer bezahlt werden.
  • Wir können nicht empfangen, wenn der Käufer selbst gemäß der Adresse auf dem Versandpaket zurücksendet. Wir werden diesen Fall nicht lösen und der Käufer sollte für die Folgen verantwortlich sein. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns, bevor Sie den Artikel zurücksenden.

More return & warranty information, please click here [mehr...]

Unser Speicher

FAQ

Tip 1: You have to find your specific laptop model before ordering a correct battery. How to check your laptop model?

Step 1: Press Windows + R to open Run window.
Step 2: Input "msinfo32" in the empty box and click OK to open System Information.
Step 3: Keep in the System Summary section, and you will find the System Name item in the right pane.

Tip 2: Remove Battery from Laptop to find your laptop battery part number

Step 1: Switch off the laptop and unplug the power cable in case of electric shock
Step 2: Remove the back panel with the screwdriver. You should to this with care avoiding any harm to the laptop components.
Step 3: Disconnect the cable connected to the battery and then take out the battery. After that, you can check the specifications of your battery

Tip3: How to check battery part number when I can not remove battery?

If your laptop has a built-in, non-removable battery or you don't have tools to remove battery, use one of the other methods explained on this page to find information about your battery. How to find the laptop battery specifications?

First of all, you need to assure the model of your laptop or the part number of your laptop battery. Then look for the battery you need at Laptop-Battery. Finally, you can check whether the battery you find is compatible with your laptop or not on the "Compatibility" table (for example, Lenovo ThinkPad P72). If you don't know how to find the right battery for your laptop, you can click "How to find one correct battery for my laptop?" for more details. Moreover, you can click the link "Contact Us" on the bottom of this page to ask us.

Normally we will send you the tracking number within 1-2 business days, you can track order through "Order Tracking" link from bottom of website page. If you have any questions please click here to contact us, our customer service center will respond within 24 hours.

The charm of a notebook computer is you can easily transport it from one location to the next. Whether you are moving the laptop from one room in your house to another or taking it on vacation with you, portability is a laptop's primary asset. However, portability becomes compromised when your notebook's battery no longer charges, because you then have to keep your computer plugged in at all times. There are three primary reasons a notebook battery won't charge, and none of the resolutions are cheap.

  1. Bad Battery
    Sometimes the battery refuses to take a charge because the battery itself is bad. Whether it is prematurely defective or several years old, a bad battery will refuse to charge. Replacing a bad battery can be expensive, with aftermarket replacements starting around $100 as of the time of publication. If your computer is still under warranty and it has a bad battery, contact the manufacturer to find out if you can have the battery replaced under the warranty. Otherwise, use the age of the computer as well as the cost of the battery to determine whether it is worth replacing.
  2. Bad Motherboard
    As with batteries, notebook motherboards can start malfunctioning with age, though some are also prematurely defective. In these cases, the portion of the motherboard that relays power from the DC jack to the battery no longer works. Unfortunately, this also requires you replace the entire motherboard. Motherboards are normally covered under manufacturers' warranties, so if your warranty is still valid, you may be able to get a free fix. If the notebook is not covered under a warranty, though, the cost of the repair is rarely worthwhile, as motherboard replacements -- once you factor in parts and labor -- often cost more than the notebook itself.
  3. Bad AC Adapter
    If your AC adapter is faulty, your battery will not charge properly. Minor internal breaks and fractures in your power cord can cause power to intermittently get to your battery, while a dead AC adapter will force your computer to run on battery power until the battery completely loses charge. The power cord is the easiest notebook part to replace, as many universal adapters are available for purchase. While a replacement AC adapter is still expensive, it is significantly cheaper than having to replace a battery or motherboard.
  4. Troubleshooting
    Troubleshooting a battery that does not charge is rarely a do-it-yourself task; without the right tools and knowledge, the only element you can test yourself is the AC adapter. You can do so by removing the battery from the notebook computer, plugging the notebook into the wall and attempting to turn it on; if the laptop turns on, your AC adapter is functional, but if it does not, the AC adapter is faulty. If your AC adapter is functional, the next step is to take your computer to a certified technician to figure out the exact reason -- or sometimes, reasons -- why your battery is not charging.

New replacement laptop batteries from www.secure-battery.com are shipped in a discharged state and must be fully charged when you receive your new battery. Chargng your new battery overnight is sufficient to give your new battery a full charge. Li-ion batteries will wear out time, providing ever shorter battery run times. You can extend the life of your battery by providing some basic ongoing maintenance. Your new battery should be charged and discharged 3-4 times during the first month. This will properly engage the battery to hold it's maximum energy. After the first month you can maintain the battery energy capacity by discharging and recharging the battery every 3-4 weeks. Do not let the battery run down all the way as this will diminish your battery life over time.

A new battery may cause the battery power icon on your computer to indicate you have a low battery condition. We recommend that you let the battery charge overnight in your notebook computer. It may be necessary to remove and replace the battery and restart your computer with the battery installed in order for the computer's start up sequence to properly recognize your new battery.

Rechargeable batteries will self discharge when not in use over a period of time.

This might seem obvious but don't burn, disassemble, mutilate or short circuit batteries.

When you get a new laptop or new laptop battery, proper charging, discharging, usage and storage will allow you to maximize your battery's life and capabilities. Before even powering up your laptop for the first time, it is important to know just how to charge and care for your battery in order to get the most out it for as long as you can.

  1. Charge & Discharge
    According to CNET authors Asher Moses and Brian Nadel, the first thing you should do with your new laptop is ''let the battery completely drain(5%) before you recharge it''. Letting the battery completely drain(5%) by using it without AC power, and then recharging it to 100 percent before using it again, helps to establish memory within the battery regarding how much of a charge can be held. Do this for at least the first two times when using your laptop on battery power, and repeat as often as you can to get the most out of your battery.
  2. Storage
    If you plan to use your laptop as a desktop most of the time, Rick Broida of "PC World" suggests you take the battery out of your laptop and use only AC power. Only put the battery in and charge it whenever you plan on moving the laptop and using it without AC power, because ''if you leave your laptop plugged in 24/7... the battery rarely (if ever) gets a chance to discharge, [so] it loses its capacity to hold a charge''. Charge the battery before moving your laptop, and discharge it completely before recharging again, if you can.
  3. Temperature & Climate
    One of the main causes of battery failure is overheating. "PC Magazine's" Erik Rhey suggests that you can avoid overheating by using cooling pads and not placing your laptop on soft surfaces like pillows and blankets. Some batteries are actually designed to sense if they are getting too warm and simply will not charge if they are, so it is in your interest to keep your battery cool. Dust getting into the laptop and clogging the cooling fan can also cause overheating problems, so try to keep the area around your laptop clean. Of course, leaving your laptop in your car where it can become excessively hot can also cause problems, so avoid that as well.
  4. Power Settings
    Once you have gotten the hang of charging your batteries, visit your computer's Power Settings in the Control Panel and dim your computer's display, adjust the timeout settings for your display to turn off and for your laptop to sleep, and see if any advanced settings can be changed to really extend your battery life as far as you can.

Kompatible ASUS Teilenummer

Bitte verwenden Sie die Tastenkombination [Strg + F], um unten Teilenummern / Modellnummern schnell zu finden.

ASUS

  • 0B200-00990100
  • B31N1345

Kompatible ASUS Laptop Modelle

ASUS

  • TP500L
  • TP500LA
  • TP500LA-1A
  • TP500LA-CJ041H
  • TP500LA-CJ062H
  • TP500LA-DH51T
  • TP500LA-DH71T
  • TP500LA-DN041H
  • TP500LA-DN170H
  • TP500LA-UB31T
  • TP500LB
  • TP500LB-CJ015H
  • TP500LB-DN022H
  • TP500LB-DN024H
  • TP500LB-DS71T-CA
  • TP500LB5500
  • TP500LN
  • TP500LN-0041A4210U
  • TP500LN-0051A4510U
  • TP500LN-CJ035H
  • TP500LN-CJ104H
  • TP500LN-CJ132H
  • TP500LN-CJ142D
  • TP500LN-DB51T-CA
  • TP500LN-DB71T-CA
  • TP500LN-DN057H
  • TP500LN-DN064H
  • TP500LN-DN066D
  • TP500LN-DN066H
  • TP500LN-DN075H
  • TP500LN-DN109H
  • TP500LN-DN119H
  • TP500LN-DN136H
  • TP500LN-QB72T
  • TP500LN-QB72T-CB
  • TP500LN4510

Wenn Ihr Maschinenmodell hier nicht aufgeführt ist, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte vor dem Kauf!

Haftungsausschluss:
www.laptop-battery.net mit keinem der aufgeführten Originalhersteller verbunden. Alle eingetragenen Marken oder Modellnamen oben aufgeführt sind, als Identifikationsnummer nur zeigen Kompatibilität.

Versand

  • Wir versenden das Paket innerhalb von 24 Stunden nach Zahlungseingang.
  • Ihre Bestellung wird versendet aus Hongkong über DHL Paket, außer bei dringenden Bestellungen, normalerweise dauert es 15-18 Werktage dich erreichen. In der Regel müssen Sie keine Steuern zahlen.
  • Wir werden Ihnen die Tracking-Nummer und den Tracking-Link innerhalb von 2-3 Werktagen anbieten.
  • Trackinformationen werden aktualisiert, wenn der Artikel in Deutschland ankommt. Es dauert normalerweise etwa 10-12 Tage, nachdem das Produkt versendet wurde. Bitte haben Sie etwas Geduld.
  • Bitte stellen Sie sicher, dass Ihre Lieferadresse korrekt ist, wir übernehmen keine Verantwortung für den zweiten Versand. Wenn Sie die Lieferadresse ändern möchten, senden Sie uns bitte direkt nach der Bezahlung des Artikels eine E-Mail.

Ort Versandkosten Voraussichtliche Lieferzeit
Hongkong €0 15 - 18 Werktage

Wenn Sie einen Rabatt erhalten möchten, können Sie sich gerne an uns wenden. [mehr...]

Zahlung

Wir akzeptieren Kreditkartenbezahlung durch PayPal Zahlungssystem. PayPal Zahlungssystem unterstützt Mastercard, Visa, Discover und eCheck.

Wir senden Bestellinformationen an Ihre E-Mail-Adresse, wenn Sie die Bestellung abschließen. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten, überprüfen Sie bitte Ihren E-Mail-SPAM-Ordner, oder Sie können Ihre Bestellinformationen mit Ihrer E-Mail-Adresse und Ihrem vollständigen Namen über den Link zur Auftragsverfolgung verfolgen.

Wenn Sie irgendeine Frage haben, kontaktieren Sie bitte zuerst unseren Kundendienst, wir werden unser Bestes tun, um es für Sie zu lösen, bitte öffnen Sie keinen Streit oder Anspruch auf PayPal ohne uns zu kontaktieren.

PayPal

Garantie & Rücksendungen

  • Unsere Produkte haben 12 Monate Garantie. Eine vollständige Rückerstattung kann nur innerhalb von 30 Tagen erfolgen.
  • Wenn die Rücksendung auf Fehler des Käufers zurückzuführen ist, z. B. falscher Kauf, keine Notwendigkeit der Batterien nach der Transaktion oder andere künstliche Schäden, sollte die Rücksendegebühr vom Käufer bezahlt werden.
  • Wir können nicht empfangen, wenn der Käufer selbst gemäß der Adresse auf dem Versandpaket zurücksendet. Wir werden diesen Fall nicht lösen und der Käufer sollte für die Folgen verantwortlich sein. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns, bevor Sie den Artikel zurücksenden.

More return & warranty information, please click here [mehr...]

FAQ

Tip 1: You have to find your specific laptop model before ordering a correct battery. How to check your laptop model?

Step 1: Press Windows + R to open Run window.
Step 2: Input "msinfo32" in the empty box and click OK to open System Information.
Step 3: Keep in the System Summary section, and you will find the System Name item in the right pane.

Tip 2: Remove Battery from Laptop to find your laptop battery part number

Step 1: Switch off the laptop and unplug the power cable in case of electric shock
Step 2: Remove the back panel with the screwdriver. You should to this with care avoiding any harm to the laptop components.
Step 3: Disconnect the cable connected to the battery and then take out the battery. After that, you can check the specifications of your battery

Tip3: How to check battery part number when I can not remove battery?

If your laptop has a built-in, non-removable battery or you don't have tools to remove battery, use one of the other methods explained on this page to find information about your battery. How to find the laptop battery specifications?

First of all, you need to assure the model of your laptop or the part number of your laptop battery. Then look for the battery you need at Laptop-Battery. Finally, you can check whether the battery you find is compatible with your laptop or not on the "Compatibility" table (for example, Lenovo ThinkPad P72). If you don't know how to find the right battery for your laptop, you can click "How to find one correct battery for my laptop?" for more details. Moreover, you can click the link "Contact Us" on the bottom of this page to ask us.

Normally we will send you the tracking number within 1-2 business days, you can track order through "Order Tracking" link from bottom of website page. If you have any questions please click here to contact us, our customer service center will respond within 24 hours.

The charm of a notebook computer is you can easily transport it from one location to the next. Whether you are moving the laptop from one room in your house to another or taking it on vacation with you, portability is a laptop's primary asset. However, portability becomes compromised when your notebook's battery no longer charges, because you then have to keep your computer plugged in at all times. There are three primary reasons a notebook battery won't charge, and none of the resolutions are cheap.

  1. Bad Battery
    Sometimes the battery refuses to take a charge because the battery itself is bad. Whether it is prematurely defective or several years old, a bad battery will refuse to charge. Replacing a bad battery can be expensive, with aftermarket replacements starting around $100 as of the time of publication. If your computer is still under warranty and it has a bad battery, contact the manufacturer to find out if you can have the battery replaced under the warranty. Otherwise, use the age of the computer as well as the cost of the battery to determine whether it is worth replacing.
  2. Bad Motherboard
    As with batteries, notebook motherboards can start malfunctioning with age, though some are also prematurely defective. In these cases, the portion of the motherboard that relays power from the DC jack to the battery no longer works. Unfortunately, this also requires you replace the entire motherboard. Motherboards are normally covered under manufacturers' warranties, so if your warranty is still valid, you may be able to get a free fix. If the notebook is not covered under a warranty, though, the cost of the repair is rarely worthwhile, as motherboard replacements -- once you factor in parts and labor -- often cost more than the notebook itself.
  3. Bad AC Adapter
    If your AC adapter is faulty, your battery will not charge properly. Minor internal breaks and fractures in your power cord can cause power to intermittently get to your battery, while a dead AC adapter will force your computer to run on battery power until the battery completely loses charge. The power cord is the easiest notebook part to replace, as many universal adapters are available for purchase. While a replacement AC adapter is still expensive, it is significantly cheaper than having to replace a battery or motherboard.
  4. Troubleshooting
    Troubleshooting a battery that does not charge is rarely a do-it-yourself task; without the right tools and knowledge, the only element you can test yourself is the AC adapter. You can do so by removing the battery from the notebook computer, plugging the notebook into the wall and attempting to turn it on; if the laptop turns on, your AC adapter is functional, but if it does not, the AC adapter is faulty. If your AC adapter is functional, the next step is to take your computer to a certified technician to figure out the exact reason -- or sometimes, reasons -- why your battery is not charging.

New replacement laptop batteries from www.secure-battery.com are shipped in a discharged state and must be fully charged when you receive your new battery. Chargng your new battery overnight is sufficient to give your new battery a full charge. Li-ion batteries will wear out time, providing ever shorter battery run times. You can extend the life of your battery by providing some basic ongoing maintenance. Your new battery should be charged and discharged 3-4 times during the first month. This will properly engage the battery to hold it's maximum energy. After the first month you can maintain the battery energy capacity by discharging and recharging the battery every 3-4 weeks. Do not let the battery run down all the way as this will diminish your battery life over time.

A new battery may cause the battery power icon on your computer to indicate you have a low battery condition. We recommend that you let the battery charge overnight in your notebook computer. It may be necessary to remove and replace the battery and restart your computer with the battery installed in order for the computer's start up sequence to properly recognize your new battery.

Rechargeable batteries will self discharge when not in use over a period of time.

This might seem obvious but don't burn, disassemble, mutilate or short circuit batteries.

When you get a new laptop or new laptop battery, proper charging, discharging, usage and storage will allow you to maximize your battery's life and capabilities. Before even powering up your laptop for the first time, it is important to know just how to charge and care for your battery in order to get the most out it for as long as you can.

  1. Charge & Discharge
    According to CNET authors Asher Moses and Brian Nadel, the first thing you should do with your new laptop is ''let the battery completely drain(5%) before you recharge it''. Letting the battery completely drain(5%) by using it without AC power, and then recharging it to 100 percent before using it again, helps to establish memory within the battery regarding how much of a charge can be held. Do this for at least the first two times when using your laptop on battery power, and repeat as often as you can to get the most out of your battery.
  2. Storage
    If you plan to use your laptop as a desktop most of the time, Rick Broida of "PC World" suggests you take the battery out of your laptop and use only AC power. Only put the battery in and charge it whenever you plan on moving the laptop and using it without AC power, because ''if you leave your laptop plugged in 24/7... the battery rarely (if ever) gets a chance to discharge, [so] it loses its capacity to hold a charge''. Charge the battery before moving your laptop, and discharge it completely before recharging again, if you can.
  3. Temperature & Climate
    One of the main causes of battery failure is overheating. "PC Magazine's" Erik Rhey suggests that you can avoid overheating by using cooling pads and not placing your laptop on soft surfaces like pillows and blankets. Some batteries are actually designed to sense if they are getting too warm and simply will not charge if they are, so it is in your interest to keep your battery cool. Dust getting into the laptop and clogging the cooling fan can also cause overheating problems, so try to keep the area around your laptop clean. Of course, leaving your laptop in your car where it can become excessively hot can also cause problems, so avoid that as well.
  4. Power Settings
    Once you have gotten the hang of charging your batteries, visit your computer's Power Settings in the Control Panel and dim your computer's display, adjust the timeout settings for your display to turn off and for your laptop to sleep, and see if any advanced settings can be changed to really extend your battery life as far as you can.

More FAQ(s), please click here [more...]