Firmwire update hp pavilion dv4 showing consider replacing your battery

I just updated the firmwire to the bios of my computer hp pavilion dv4-2165dx laptop and my battery display is consider replacying your battery, bur the information would rather avoid if doesn't happen. How can I turn off?

TITLE: HP Notebook System BIOS Update (Intel processors)

VERSION: F.0F REV:
DESCRIPTION:
This package provides an update the system BIOS. The update is installed on models of laptops using a supported Microsoft Windows Operating System. A reboot is required to complete the installation

PURPOSE: recommended
SoftPaq NUMBER: SP51636
ENTRY INTO force: 16 January 2011
CATEGORY: BIOS
SSM SUPPORTED: YES

S/O SUPPORTED DEVICES:

Prerequisite: no

IMPROVEMENTS:
1 updates to BIOS to solve the problem that HPSA version 5.0 will signal the battery check battery

HOW TO USE:
1. download the file by clicking on the button 'Download' or 'Get software' and save the file to a folder on your hard drive (make a note of the folder where the downloaded file is saved).

2. double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.

Hello foanti,

Welcome to the HP Forums! I hope you enjoy your stay!

I understand that the computer asks you to replace your battery. I apologize for the late reply, but I will do my best to shed light on that!

This error message could be a mistake. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a document with the steps to solve this problem. If you follow these steps, it should cause the error to disappear if it is not true. You can find this document here: you may receive a warning message "Consider replacing your battery" properly on some old HP laptop running Windows 7

I think that these steps wil solve the issue. Whatever it is, please provide your results. Thanks for choosing the HP Forums. Have a great day!

Mario

Tags: Notebooks

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