i think my sp2 battery is still going strong

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  1. toaf

    toaf Member

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    DESIGN CAPACITY 42,002 mWh
    FULL CHARGE CAPACITY 39,916 mWh
    CYCLE COUNT 177

    Recent usage
    Power states over the last 3 days
    START TIME STATE SOURCE CAPACITY REMAINING
    2015-03-19 00:01:49 Active AC 99 % 63,787 mWh
    02:45:13 Active Battery 76 % 49,209 mWh
    02:46:26 Battery changed AC 64 % 25,537 mWh
    02:46:26 Active AC 64 % 25,537 mWh
    14:01:00 Suspended 100 % 39,871 mWh
    2015-03-20 00:02:02 Active AC 100 % 39,627 mWh
    03:15:41 Active Battery 85 % 33,848 mWh
    03:17:43 Active AC 84 % 33,137 mWh
    09:48:18 Active Battery 100 % 39,560 mWh
    09:49:19 Active AC 100 % 39,568 mWh
    10:00:00 Suspended 100 % 39,568 mWh
    10:01:19 Active AC 100 % 39,568 mWh
    14:05:00 Suspended 100 % 39,568 mWh
    2015-03-21 00:09:00 Active AC 100 % 39,916 mWh
    03:16:47 Active Battery 92 % 36,734 mWh
    03:18:21 Active AC 92 % 36,741 mWh
    08:35:42 Active Battery 101 % 40,323 mWh
    14:35:09 Active AC 14 % 5,483 mWh
    15:00:00 Report generated AC 34 % 13,771 mWh


    6 hours netflix without power cover on
     
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    kayzee Well-Known Member

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    Never looked into this kind of thing... interesting, where can I find these statistics? Thanks.
     
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    elevated CMD Prompt powercfg /batteryreport
     
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    after it makes the file it tells you where it saved .
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    Really save yourself some aggravation by doing it this way.
    Create a folder like C:\Temp or C:\Reports
    Open the Administrative command prompt
    CD C:\Temp
    Powercfg /batteryreport

    This way, the report will be saved in the folder you selected where it's easy to find and open. By default where it saves the report you cant open it so you have to move or copy it to another location, (has to be amongst the most brilliant implementations ever). As the say "use your head, it's the little things that count".
     

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