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Battery drain when in sleep mode

(Topic created on: 05-11-2022 06:35 PM)
andresperalta86
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Since yesterday I've seen both my galaxy books drain lots of battery even when not in use (sleep mode) and when i look to the detailed information, it tells me that the "Windows DefaultLock Screen" takes 94% of the drain at that time, i charged 100% at noon and stop using it, and now at 5 pm is 60% of the battery, which means that in 4 hours 40% has been drained only in sleeping mode (Galaxy book2 pro 360) and in my Galaxy book it drained 55%.

What is happening?
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andresperalta86
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Tallman
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I've heard a lot of people said sleep mode drain battery in Windows 10. Sure this is not Sansung laptop problem. It does on Asus, Lenovo, **bleep** as well.
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Brantley
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Hi, If your battery just isn't lasting as long as it should, you may need to perform a battery calibration. Step1: Close any programs that are in use.

•Save any work you may be doing, and then close all running programs or applications. Step2: Disconnect the AC Adapter.

•Smart Battery Calibration will not run when the AC adapter is connected. Step3: Restart and run Samsung BIOS configuration.

•Restart the PC, and then press F2 when the SAMSUNG logo appears. This will start the Samsung BIOS Configuration. Step4: Run the Smart Battery Calibration.

•Click Advanced on the left-side menu, and then double-click on Smart Battery Calibration on the right-side menu. The battery will be discharged by the PC.

•The process may take up to 5 hours depending on the capacity and remaining battery life. To cancel the operation, press the ESC key. Step5: Charge the battery.

•After the battery has been completely discharged, connect the AC adapter to your PC and charge the battery. You can use the PC while the battery charges, or leave it off until fully charged.

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Brantley
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Hi, If your battery just isn't lasting as long as it should, you may need to perform a battery calibration. Step1: Close any programs that are in use.

•Save any work you may be doing, and then close all running programs or applications. Step2: Disconnect the AC Adapter.

•Smart Battery Calibration will not run when the AC adapter is connected. Step3: Restart and run Samsung BIOS configuration.

•Restart the PC, and then press F2 when the SAMSUNG logo appears. This will start the Samsung BIOS Configuration. Step4: Run the Smart Battery Calibration.

•Click Advanced on the left-side menu, and then double-click on Smart Battery Calibration on the right-side menu. The battery will be discharged by the PC.

•The process may take up to 5 hours depending on the capacity and remaining battery life. To cancel the operation, press the ESC key. Step5: Charge the battery.

•After the battery has been completely discharged, connect the AC adapter to your PC and charge the battery. You can use the PC while the battery charges, or leave it off until fully charged.