Do You Know Anything I Can Do To Revive My Dead Laptop Battery?
Replacing the battery is the only really good choice. Even if you can get some life back into it, that is not worth much since your runtime will be so short. Take your computer to a viable repair shop and get the battery replaced. It is the cheapest and most effective approach. Meanwhile use your A/C connection only.
Indeed, the best way would be just to replace it, but you could temporarily wrap the battery in plastic and put it in your freezer for an hour and then put it back. Somehow the rapid cooling in the refrigerator freezer "revives" the battery, although at the present moment I cannot think of the scientific reason for it.
by Cuttler 6 years ago
Is it possible to revive a dead laptop battery?my HP laptop battery is so low on capacity nowadays. Please advice on whether or not it is possible to revive it. Thanks
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by Tammy Cornett 8 years ago
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