Troubleshooting Sony VGP-BPS9 battery Problem

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					Almost all the laptop batteries are made of li-ion cells. Inside the?Sony VGP BPS9
battery, there is power management IC, which can monitor the usage condition and
record related information of batteries. With the increase of use times or improper use,
the information in power management IC will deviate. Therefore, the battery needs to
be self-corrected for normal use. Put in simple, battery self-correction means a
complete process of battery charging and discharging without interruption. With the
function of power management IC, the battery can be self-corrected to the optimal
state. Generally speaking, a normal laptop battery can undergo 500 charging and
discharging cycles. That is to say, a battery can only be used for 1 to 2 years if we use
it everyday. However, the battery self-correct function can not solve the problems
caused by aging chemical materials.
Suppose you ordered a?sony vgp-bps9 b battery from an online website, but the
battery had the following symptoms. Do you know how to troubleshoot those battery
problems?
1. Battery does not charge.
2. Battery can not charge above 90%.
3. Battery charges fast and running time is very short.
4. Battery fully charged, but only last 10 minutes.
5. Laptop suddenly shuts off without prior notice.
6. Power meter indicates the wrong capacity.
7. Battery temperature is abnormally high.
Refer to the following tips:
1. Make sure the power management setting in the laptop OS is correct.
2. Some laptops have self-correction programs for battery. Some batteries can be
self-corrected by such a process.
3. If your laptop does not have self-correction programs for battery, you may refer to
the following steps to correct battery.
a. Fully charge the?sony vgp-bps9 s battery with laptop turned off.
b. Unplug the adapter and turn on the laptop.
c. Speed up discharging the battery by normal use or play DVD or games until the
lack of power warning appears.
d. Turn off the laptop.
e. Check the power meter and see if the charge goes back to 95% to 100%. If yes, the
battery has no problem. If the charge is still low, please repeat the charging and
discharging process one more time. If the problem still exists, it's very likely that the
battery is faulty and needs to be repaired.

				
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