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Sony VPCSB1C5E - VPCSB1C5E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCSB1C5E - VPCSB1C5E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Troubleshooting > Battery Pack n172 N Battery Pack How do I find the battery charging status? You can check the charge indicator for the battery charging status. See Charging the Battery Pack (page 27) for more information. When is my computer using AC power? When your computer is connected to an AC outlet with the AC adapter, it uses AC power, even if the battery pack is installed. When should I recharge the battery pack? Recharge the battery pack when: ❑ The battery pack is running out of power and both the charge and power indicator lights blink. ❑ You have not used the battery pack for an extended period of time. When should I replace the battery pack? A message prompting you to replace the battery pack appears when the battery pack reaches the end of its life. You can check the battery charge capacity with the Battery function on the VAIO Control Center. Should I be concerned that the installed battery pack is warm? No, it is normal for the battery pack to be warm while it is powering your computer.

Troubleshooting > Battery Pack n173 N Can my computer enter Hibernate mode while running on battery power? Your computer can enter Hibernate mode while running on battery power, but some software programs and peripheral devices prevent the system from entering Hibernate mode. If you are using a program that prevents the system from entering Hibernate mode, save your data frequently to avoid losing data. See Using Hibernate Mode (page 34) for information on how you can manually activate Hibernate mode. Why can't I fully charge my battery pack? The battery care function is enabled to extend the life of your battery pack on the VAIO Control Center. Check the settings on the VAIO Control Center. What should I do if a message appears notifying of either incompatibility or the improper installation of the battery pack and my computer then enters Hibernate mode? ❑ ❑ This problem could be due to the battery pack not being installed properly. To solve this problem, turn off your computer and push and hold the battery off button for three seconds with a thin, straight object (such as a paper clip). If this does not solve the problem, remove the battery pack and install it once again. If an extended battery pack is attached to the computer, turn off the computer and remove the extended battery pack. If this does not solve the problem, push and hold the battery off button for three seconds. If the problem persists, remove both battery packs and install them once again. For information on how to install and remove the battery pack, see Installing/Removing the Battery Pack (page 22). If the problem persists, it means the installed battery pack is not compatible. Remove the battery pack and contact an authorized Sony service/support center. To find the nearest center or agent, see Finding More about Your VAIO Computer (page 5).