Dell laptops – Removing “Your battery is able to charge normally. However it is reaching the end of its…

Dell laptops – Removing "Your battery is able to charge normally. However it is reaching the end of its usable life." and other Dell Feature Enhancement Pack configurations

Here is an instruction from Dell community support forum which helped:
Dell included administrative templates with the Feature Enhancement Pack which deals with all these massages. To utilize them do the following:
1. Copy all *.admx files in C:\Program Files\Dell\Feature Enhancement Pack\policydefinitions to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions;
2. Copy all *.adml files in C:\Program Files\Dell\Feature Enhancement Pack\policydefinitions\en_US to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\en-US;
3. Run Group Policy Editor – Click Start button and in the Search box type gpedit.msc and click the result;
4. Browse to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Dell -> Feature Enhancement Pack -> System Events and double click Battery in the right pane;
5. Select Enable radio button and check-mark Battery health degraded for this particular massage;
6. You can get rid of any other massages there as well;
7. Click OK;
Done.

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2 thoughts on “Dell laptops – Removing “Your battery is able to charge normally. However it is reaching the end of its…

  1. Ken

    Hi, I have a Latitude E5430 and I tried what you suggested, but when I get to gpedit.msc and click the result and browse to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Dell -> there is no Dell to enable me to go to Feature Enhancement Pack -> System Events.
    I hope you are still monitoring your replies so I can get some help with this, thanks!

    Ken

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