|30 Aug 2012||#1|
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Disable automatic suspend on critical battery level
When my laptop is on critical battery level it suspends automatically. How do I avoid that? I want it to run until the battery is completely empty. Yes, I know I may lose data and damage the laptop; I do not care.
I know the answer is somewhere around the POWERCFG utility but that thing is way too complicated for me.
I use Windows 7 Professional x64.
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