An inaccurate meter can lead to incorrect battery capacity values. The battery may indicate that it still has 10% of its capacity when in fact it has a much lower value and this causes the computer to shut down unexpectedly.
100D charging (or charging) cycles consist of using all of this battery charge (XNUMX%), but not necessarily all at once. For example, you can use the laptop for a few minutes a day, using half the capacity, and then fully charge it. If you did the same thing the next day, they would count on one discharge cycle instead of two, so it may take several days for the full discharge cycle to be completed.
However, due to the charge / discharge cycles, this sensor tends to be inaccurate. Some laptops include tools in their BIOS to recalibrate this battery meter, which is nothing more than a full discharge followed by a full charge. Thus, in order to calibrate the meter correctly, a full uninterrupted discharge must be performed, every 30 discharge cycles, followed by a full, uninterrupted, full charge.
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