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QUESTION: My Laptop Went Off When It Reach 30%, What Should I Do? [Solved]

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Nofiu Ridwan
National open university of Nigeria (Noun)
Bsc. Economic
300Level, Nigeria.
Although it may say it has this percent available, that doesn't mean it actually does. When batteries start to go bad they will often hold less and less of a charge, but say they are still holding a normal charge. In the case of yours, it probably can't actually use that percent of the battery capacity and there is really nothing you can do to change that. it is normal for batteries to hold less and less of a charge. The only resolution is to replace the battery.

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Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
English
100Level, Nigeria.
Reboot it and continue using it.

Perhaps, it is just a minor or temporary problem or failure in the system.. and most times, the system solves problems like this itself although they may serve as indications that something is going wrong with the system.

so reboot and continue using it to confirm if it happens again.

if it happens again and again, then the system has developed a fault and you should take it to the nearest reliable engineer for repair ASAP

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