My Toshiba laptop’s Back-up battery is dead

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Recently my laptop's backup battery went dead condition. Now I can’t work without a power supply.

And I go to my shop seller and gave me another battery.

I want to know why it happened?

And how to prevent this from happening again.

Please give me a solution, because my warranty period is expired.

Answered By 0 points N/A #136695

My Toshiba laptop’s Back-up battery is dead



I understand that you are now cautious on the battery life. Your Toshiba laptop is using Li-ion battery. There are two reasons why a battery Li-ion battery worn out. First is the active usage in your notebook battery. Active usage is how often you used the laptop. Second is the natural aging of the Li-ion battery; the life span of the battery. However, there are a lot of ways to minimize and make use of the battery or just to slow down the dead battery. Here are some steps to keep the battery at its best:

  • Avoid running the laptop battery all the way to zero. You have to recharge the battery when it still has about 10-20%.
  • Don’t use the battery when you don’t have to. Just remove the battery and just plug the laptop. You have to store the battery in a cool place at around 60°F.
  • Do not overcharge the battery. The typical charging of a Li-ion battery is 2.5 to 3 hrs. (6-cell Li-ion battery)

Hope this will help!

Answered By 0 points N/A #136696

My Toshiba laptop’s Back-up battery is dead


Basically there may be a lot that contributed to the backup battery dying. There is the possibility that you were using the USB mouse which drains the charge. There is also the possibility of running unnecessary programs or devices e.g. Running the Wifi access if it’s not being used.

There is also the issue of keeping your laptop in charge constantly. Other issues include not Defragmentising your hard drive. Defragmentisation keeps your hard drive from working harder than it has to when on battery power.

To be able to prevent the same thing from happening to your new battery, do not use your battery all the way to empty. This discharging causes you battery to lose the ability over time faster.

Answered By 0 points N/A #136697

My Toshiba laptop’s Back-up battery is dead

It should be
Usually, a laptop battery can be used 3 years. But if you used your battery incorrectly. It may be dead early.
To better use your battery, please take care of the precautions listed below
1) Do not modify or disassemble the cheap replacement laptop battery.
2) Do not incinerate or expose replacement battery to excessive heat, which may result in an exposure.
3) Do not expose replacement laptop computer battery to water or other moist/wet substances.
4) Avoid piercing, hitting, crushing or any abuse use of the discount replacement laptop battery pack.
5) Do not forget to take away your battery from the device if you will not use it for a long time.
6) Avoid short circuit of the terminals by keeping your replacement laptop batteries pack away from metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins. 
Answered By 0 points N/A #136698

My Toshiba laptop’s Back-up battery is dead


Be absolutely sure you are adhering to the actual manufacturer's recommendations with regard to charging and preserving your battery. Only make use of the charger as well as cord provided by the battery manufacturer.

Don't let your new battery get too hot or cold. A hot battery signals a problem and usually means that your battery isn't working properly. You should stop using it right after you find this out. Also, make sure that the battery you’ve battery is not exposed to extreme temperatures. Batteries are designed to work best at room temperature, 25 degrees Celsius. Avoid using or even storing your battery in extreme temperature conditions.

Make sure you use your battery often in order to keep it fresh. Avoid keeping your computer plugged in all the time. It's a good idea to discharge and then recharge your laptop battery about once a month. Remember, you should let your battery run down before you recharge it.

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