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Confirming the samesimilar issue for Asus Zenbook UX32VD (experiencing it since ~2015, so when the laptop was about 3 years old). I first thought it is a dead battery so I bought a replacement - but only after a day or two the new one started behaving like the old one.
Confirming the samesimilar issue for Asus Zenbook UX32VD (experiencing it since ~2015, so when the laptop was about 3 years old). I first thought it is a dead battery so I bought a replacement - but only after a day or two the new one started behaving like the old one.
 
It was always the same ... the battery charged to 100% when it still worked and after some time it went right down to 0% if unplugged or stopped at some percentage when plugged in, but didn't charge. When I turned the laptop off and unplugged it I could no longer start it unless plugging it in again and at that point both Windows and Linux told me I am at 100% yet the battery was flat and not charging any more.
 
Then I found out if I unplug the battery from the computer and let the laptop start without it the next boot with battery plugged in again almost always made the battery really charge to 100% (starting at a low number below 20%). But unfortunately this "fix" only lasts a few days at most and then the whole process has to be repeated in order to make the battery work.
 
So I suspect in my case this has something to do with the laptop itself and it is not a battery issue.

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Aporte original por: Martin Kozub ,

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Confirming the same issue for Asus Zenbook UX32VD (experiencing it since ~2015, so when the laptop was about 3 years old). I first thought it is a dead battery so I bought a replacement - but only after a day or two the new one started behaving like the old one.

It was always the same ... the battery charged to 100% when it still worked and after some time it went right down to 0% if unplugged or stopped at some percentage when plugged in, but didn't charge. When I turned the laptop off and unplugged it I could no longer start it unless plugging it in again and at that point both Windows and Linux told me I am at 100% yet the battery was flat and not charging any more.

Then I found out if I unplug the battery from the computer and let the laptop start without it the next boot with battery plugged in again almost always made the battery really charge to 100% (starting at a low number below 20%). But unfortunately this "fix" only lasts a few days at most and then the whole process has to be repeated in order to make the battery work.

So I suspect in my case this has something to do with the laptop itself and it is not a battery issue.

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open