First, I want to thank all the people who take the time to help others on various issues, which have a real active community.
I am contacting you because less than a month, I have a problem with a computer toshiba PA3536U-1BRS I recently acquired ( 9 NOV. 2013 ) .
This computer came with a version of Windows 7 but I decided to put
Update and install 64 bit windows 8 professional. The installation went smoothly
However, after the installation , I see a problem with the battery. In fact,
it does not last more than 6H, with a very easy to use and by mode
the lowest management, namely Power4Gear battery saving . ( I want to say that I set it power to be the most efficient possible, for example by putting a CPU usage to a maximum of 40%). I said that my wife has the same computer ( windows 7 ) and easily get to have 9 hours of battery, which is close to 10h announced.
On utilities installed , I took the majority of utilities and drivers suitable for
Windows 8, available on the official website at the following address:
I also updated the BIOS and I passed under the 203 release.
Here are the technical specifications of this computer Fnac : http://en.ofweek.com/manufacturer/laptop-battery
I confess to being a little disappointed that the battery life is too low ... I think it comes from Windows 8.
That is why I ask you whether you eventually encountered the same problem or if you had any solutions , while avoiding board under Windows 7 in a first ...
Thank you in advance for your help ..
Lots of questions including is the battery original equipment? How old is the battery? But, I would think it to your advantage
if your question were placed with Toshiba technical service or in one of the Toshiba forums.
Your more immediate gains would be in that direction I guess rather than trying to find a Toshiba computer user in a Premiere Elements user to user forum.
The following was found via a Google search on your battery expectations and reality.
Umm - this is a forum for the Adobe Premiere Elements software. You would probably get more relevant help at http://forums.toshiba.com/.
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