What bad could this thing do then? (I shouldn't keep my battery removed from the laptop? Doesn't having it in the PC make it get bad later and doesn't having the laptop plugged in consume power too?)Jack said:yes.
Okay, good to know. I though the battery gets worse if you keep it on all the time.Mike said:Jaily, storing your battery out of the computer will not prolong it's life. Read this ==> https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=137307.msg1029466#msg1029466
Okay... I was just wondering as I've almost always used the laptop without the battery in it and recently I've started also to take out the power plug from the wall, so it wouldn't consume any power. So I dind't know it could do anything harm to the laptop, but you mentioned about something that this thing could do and I also noticed that I had a sudden FPS drop while gaming and also my webcam hasn't been fully working after that, neither have I been able to go to BIOS settings through F3 etc. keys in the beginning menu... And I think this FPS and webcam thing started happening pretty near to the first time I removed the power plug aswell. Could this be just a coincidence, or could it have something to do with this?Jack said:There is nothing to fix. It is not a problem nor is it a desaster.
if you don't use battery, ec will reset each time when you remove/disconnect ac charger from notebookLazdaa said:What if u don't use a battery?
Mine broke about a year after purchase, just after the warranty ran out..
Im probably getting a new one soon...
Nope, those are BIOS things they will kept powered by CMOS batteryWonkanoby said:why would you want hassle of resetting basics like date every time
It will reset EC RAM to defaults, like Wi-FI, BT, brightness levels, FANs and others to their defaults value.Lazdaa said:I mean why is there a such thing as ex? What does it store?
And by resetting it every time does that change anything in my system
(pardon if I'm confusing you or anything but Im quite new to this system related stuff