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    Default Battery Charging Disabled

    Hi. I have a problem, how can i enable my battery charging.
    I have lot of times these problem with my L702x . Its not charging my baterry,only after fiew times i restarted laptop its again charging but now it doesnt and Battery indicator isnt showing as well..

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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    Go to Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, Power Options. On the left side, you should see Dell Battery Meter. Click on there and go through the dialog box and adjust the settings as you wish.

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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    no. its not working. now its charging it but still show batery charging disabled and icon on panel isnt showing to

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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    Fn+F3 will bring up a window go to battery life tab and enable battery charging
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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by Brendanmurphy View Post
    Fn+F3 will bring up a window go to battery life tab and enable battery charging
    Fn+F3 is for Touchpad ebabling and disabling.

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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    When you say it is disabled... is the battery nearly fully charged? This is by design to protect the battery.
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    Default Re: Battery Charging Disabled

    Right-click on the battery icon in the lower right. Left-click on "Dell Battery Meter". If the checkbox that's labeled "Turn Off Battery Charging" isn't checked, then battery charging is on. In that case DakkonA is correct. The battery is fully charged and just floating. The checkbox is used if you wanna be on the charger for long periods of time. It supposedly will help maintain the batteries long life. If you use your battery a lot it really won't matter much.
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