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|Battery drains more quickly than expected|
- Windows XP Click Start -> Programs -> ThinkVantage -> ThinkVantage Power Manager
- Windows 7 Same as XP or go to Control Panel -> Lenovo-Power Controls
- Click the Battery Gauge Icon on the taskbar and then click Launch Power Manager.... The Power Scheme window will appear.
Note: The screenshots and steps outlined may be different depending on the version you are running of Battery Maximiser or Power Manager.
- Click the Battery Information tab to view the condition of the battery.
- Status of the battery:
- Green means good condition
- Red means the battery needs to be replaced. ThinkPad system batteries typically have a maximum warranty of one year.
Note: If your battery needs to be replaced, then see the Need more help? section below to contact the Support Center or buy a replacement.
- Remaining time is calculated based on the current remaining capacity divided by the average current battery consumption (wattage). Depending on the current battery wattage consumption, remaining time calculated can change. For example, with the system running at the Maximum Performance setting for the processor, the system consumes more battery power, so the remaining time is shorter. A good analogy would be driving a car. When you drive faster, you use more gasoline; slower uses less. If you speed up and slow down frequently, it is more difficult to estimate how much driving time you have left.
- The Power scheme settings can also be adjusted to improve battery life and performance.
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