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brettt777
12-06-2013, 02:58 PM
Last night I plugged my G73 in and had it on for a couple hours, as I do most every night. When I went to shut down, I saw that the battery LED was flashing green and orange, whether I had the power supply plugged in or not. When I checked the battery status, it says the battery is 100% charged and has 10 hours remaining. While that would be awesome, it's obviously not correct. So is my battery going away? This machine is 3 years old and I have had very few problems with it. I have never had a battery issue before. But now, even though the battery appears to run the thing okay, at least for the 10 minutes I have had it on this morning, it just keeps flashing.

brettt777
12-06-2013, 06:54 PM
Okay, I shut down, uplugged the battery and then plugged it back in. Now my LED seems to operate normally but I still think the battery is going away because when it says fully charged, I unplug the power and let it run off the battery with nothing running except the screen saver, and it drops down to about 70% within like, 15 minutes. I know these things were never known for their battery life but that seems a bit too much. Maybe I'll charge it again and run it off the battery without the screen saver...

billyray520
12-07-2013, 03:44 PM
You're right about the battery. I noticed mine is not delivering as much battery time as it used to. Mine is over 3 yrs. old too. I just put a new battery in mine. :D

kimiraikkonen
09-17-2018, 08:56 PM
I almost have the same problem with my G53JW. Using OEM or replacement battery after a few years, i'm getting green+orange flashing LED indicator eventhough it's saying battery is being charged at %100. Is this battery going to bad?

cl-tom@asus
09-21-2018, 05:50 PM
Hey Brett this is Tom with ASUS Customer Loyalty. Late post but just making sure everything is resolved and that you have an extra helping hand for your ASUS products. If you have another question regarding your laptop needs let me know. Make sure that your bios is up to date and that you re-calibrate your battery. You can also download the battery charge utility tool for your laptops for monitoring. Thanks for your time and hope everything is going smoothly! Cheers!