Windows 10: Use powercfg /batteryreport to see battery capacity to show 116% in laptop

Discus and support Use powercfg /batteryreport to see battery capacity to show 116% in laptop in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Dear Sir, Could you know why battery capacity to show 116% over 100%? Thank you. CHEMISTRYLION DESIGN CAPACITY51,050 mWh FULL CHARGE CAPACITY44,740... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by Henry6_330, Aug 17, 2020.

  1. Use powercfg /batteryreport to see battery capacity to show 116% in laptop


    Dear Sir,


    Could you know why battery capacity to show 116% over 100%?

    Thank you.

    CHEMISTRYLION
    DESIGN CAPACITY51,050 mWh
    FULL CHARGE CAPACITY44,740 mWh
    Recent usage

    Power states over the last 3 days
    2020-08-1313:33:33
    ActiveAC​
    33 %17,110 mWh​
    13:40:36
    Suspended​
    42 %21,360 mWh​
    13:41:28
    ActiveAC​
    43 %21,930 mWh​
    13:50:21
    Suspended​
    53 %27,030 mWh​
    13:51:13
    ActiveAC​
    53 %27,390 mWh​
    13:57:46
    Suspended​
    59 %30,100 mWh​
    14:02:49
    ActiveAC​
    63 %32,200 mWh​
    14:04:03
    Suspended​
    64 %32,700 mWh​
    14:36:26
    ActiveBattery​
    56 %28,970 mWh​
    14:45:30
    Connected standbyBattery​
    52 %26,570 mWh​
    14:46:30
    ActiveBattery​
    52 %26,530 mWh​
    14:48:00
    Suspended​
    51 %26,460 mWh​
    14:55:02
    ActiveBattery​
    45 %23,390 mWh​
    15:00:18
    Connected standbyBattery​
    43 %22,380 mWh​
    15:00:22
    Suspended​
    43 %22,380 mWh​
    15:15:07
    ActiveBattery​
    28 %14,660 mWh​
    15:17:00
    Suspended​
    28 %14,540 mWh​
    15:18:50
    ActiveBattery​
    27 %13,690 mWh​
    15:29:08
    Connected standbyBattery​
    24 %12,540 mWh​
    15:29:09
    Suspended​
    24 %12,540 mWh​
    15:29:56
    Connected standbyBattery​
    24 %12,270 mWh​
    15:30:31
    ActiveBattery​
    24 %12,190 mWh​
    15:49:13
    Suspended​
    19 %9,920 mWh​
    15:57:27
    ActiveAC​
    28 %14,630 mWh​
    16:00:38
    Suspended​
    33 %16,740 mWh​
    16:15:43
    ActiveBattery​
    48 %24,700 mWh​
    16:19:48
    Connected standbyBattery​
    47 %24,080 mWh​
    16:19:59
    Suspended​
    47 %24,060 mWh​
    16:23:51
    ActiveBattery​
    44 %22,580 mWh​
    16:28:30
    Suspended​
    42 %21,860 mWh​
    16:32:33
    ActiveBattery​
    40 %20,520 mWh​
    16:33:04
    Suspended​
    39 %20,320 mWh​
    16:35:19
    ActiveBattery​
    38 %19,710 mWh​
    16:38:38
    Suspended​
    37 %19,030 mWh​
    16:39:50
    ActiveBattery​
    36 %18,600 mWh​
    16:39:50
    Suspended​
    36 %18,600 mWh​
    16:43:40
    ActiveBattery​
    33 %16,980 mWh​
    16:43:40
    Suspended​
    33 %16,980 mWh​
    16:45:58
    ActiveBattery​
    32 %16,240 mWh​
    16:46:00
    Suspended​
    31 %16,200 mWh​
    16:49:20
    ActiveBattery​
    29 %15,010 mWh​
    16:51:23
    ActiveAC​
    28 %14,540 mWh​
    16:52:29
    Suspended​
    30 %15,200 mWh​
    16:57:38
    ActiveAC​
    32 %16,580 mWh​
    17:14:27
    ActiveBattery​
    54 %27,960 mWh​
    17:27:42
    Suspended​
    51 %26,490 mWh​
    17:36:28
    ActiveAC​
    53 %27,310 mWh​
    17:38:08
    Suspended​
    55 %28,050 mWh​
    17:43:01
    ActiveAC​
    59 %30,140 mWh​
    17:47:53
    Connected standbyAC​
    63 %32,270 mWh​
    17:48:46
    ActiveAC​
    63 %32,640 mWh​
    17:48:53
    Connected standbyAC​
    64 %32,690 mWh​
    17:49:03
    Connected standbyBattery​
    64 %32,780 mWh​
    17:59:44
    Suspended​
    64 %32,750 mWh​
    18:05:47
    Battery changedAC--​
    18:05:47
    Connected standbyAC--​
    18:05:48
    Battery changedAC​
    64 %28,420 mWh​
    18:05:48
    Connected standbyAC​
    64 %28,420 mWh​
    18:06:25
    ActiveAC​
    73 %32,530 mWh​
    18:06:27
    Connected standbyAC​
    73 %32,550 mWh​
    18:11:40
    ActiveAC​
    78 %34,840 mWh​
    18:18:07
    Connected standbyAC​
    84 %37,690 mWh​
    18:18:12
    ActiveAC​
    84 %37,720 mWh​
    18:19:13
    Connected standbyAC​
    85 %38,180 mWh​
    18:34:38
    ActiveAC​
    99 %44,230 mWh​
    18:35:08
    Connected standbyAC​
    99 %44,390 mWh​
    20:09:31
    ActiveAC​
    116 %52,070 mWh​
    20:09:40
    ActiveBattery​
    116 %52,070 mWh​
    20:10:18
    Connected standbyBattery​
    116 %51,970 mWh​
    20:27:06
    ActiveBattery​
    116 %51,790 mWh​
    20:28:56
    Connected standbyBattery​
    115 %51,630 mWh​
    2020-08-1408:09:12
    ActiveBattery​
    105 %47,140 mWh​
    08:13:12
    Report generatedBattery​
    105 %47,060 mWh​

    :)
     
    Henry6_330, Aug 17, 2020
    #1

  2. Cannot run powercfg /batteryreport. Error 0x408

    Hi,

    Windows 10 x64 1903

    I cannot run powercfg /batteryreport from an elevated command prompt. The error:

    "C:\WINDOWS\system32>powercfg /batteryreport

    Unable to perform operation. An unexpected error (0x408) has occurred: (null)"

    Diagnostic Policy Service is running.

    Power service is running.

    Ran:

    "DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth

    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth"

    To no avail.

    Ran:

    "sfc /scannow"

    To no avail.

    Tried running "powercfg /batteryreport" command from another admin profile, to no avail.

    "Powercfg /?" returns the list of commands. Some commands produce the same error, others do not.
     
    Frustrated Noob, Aug 17, 2020
    #2
  3. Battery cycle count shows 378 on a new laptop.

    Hello, I just purchased the HP 15S EQ0024AU 2 days back. I ran powercfg/batteryreport from the command prompt and the battery cycle count shows 378 whereas in the HP assistant app it shows only 3. Does it mean the battery was used before hp put it in the
    laptop and the its cycle started? or is it a windows bug? Also the full charge capacity and current capacity is same. I'm confused Use powercfg /batteryreport to see battery capacity to show 116% in laptop :(
     
    HardikPatel01, Aug 17, 2020
    #3
  4. Use powercfg /batteryreport to see battery capacity to show 116% in laptop

    Windows 10 battery percentage of design or full charge capacity?

    Is the battery indicator in Windows 10 a percentage of the design capacity or the current full charge capacity of the battery ?

    ie. if my battery capacity dropped from say, 60mWh to 30mWh from wear, would the indicator show 50% or 100% when the battery is fully charged at its current capacity of 30mWh ?

    EDIT: to describe my case, I have an XPS 13 9350 whose battery has a design capacity of 56mWh. over the past few weeks, the battery percentage in windows stops at 55 with "plugged in not charging". running

    shows that the current full charge capacity is about 41mWh, meaning at 55% I'm getting about 20mWh on a "full" charge. the surprising thing is Dell Command Power Manager shows my battery to be in excellent health.
     
    Abhinav Vishak, Aug 17, 2020
    #4
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