Your battery has experienced permanent failure and needs to be replaced;

Tag# ASUS C11P1328 2-cell 5135mAh (19Wh) laptop batteries for Pad Transformer Pad TF103CX, TRANSFORMER PAD TF103C REPLACEMENT, Pad Transformer Pad TF103CG

Your battery has experienced permanent failure and needs to be replaced?

solution:shut down your laptop, remove the battery, hold the power button for 20-sec, see if this simple solution makes any difference. This will reset all your power management unit settings including all your battery settings. If this doesn’t solve your problem, your battery is dead, you need to buy a new battery.

High quality ASUS C11P1328 2-cell laptop batteries

  • Voltage: 3.7V
  • Capacity: 5135mAh (19Wh)
  • Chemical: Li-Polymer
  • Color: White
  • Property: new original batteries
  • Warranty: 9 months
  • Specials: Save 30% OFF (including taxes)
  • further more solutions here posted:
  • #I get such messages when the adaptor is not working properly. Maybe your adaptor is faulty which in turn, damaged your battery?
  • 1.Hello, you can try to pull out/in batteries and restore the BIOS, you can press F2 to enter BIOS boot
  • #.My Sony VAIO has this so (when I have it turned on) the battery never charges above 80% — according to the VAIO docs this increases the number of recharge cycles and therefore increases the overall battery life.Although my old Dell laptop didn’t have anything like that it is possible that the more recent models do.
  • 3.It happenned to me a few weeks back, changing the charger worked for me. It seems to be a reasonably common problem- liniked to Dell trying to make sure people only use their own brand chargers rather than third party alternatives- otherwise it will refuse to charge your computer. There’s a chip in the charger that tells the computer it’s genuine- basically either the chip in the charger can fail, or the bit on the charger board that reads the chip can go dodgy, therefore the computer doesn’t recognise it as a proper Dell charger, and refuses to work…