I have a HP ProBook notebook that came with Business Vista with upgrade to Windows 7 (which has been upgraded)
When the notebook reaches critical battery state, it goes to hibernate (as I configured it). But I have not been able to make Windows notify me to give me time to plug back the AC cord.
While reviewing the Power Options configuration I came upon sections I don't understand and would like more info from EE regarding them. These are the Power Options sections questions (also see pics):
- Hybrid battery
- Wake timers
- Procesor Powr Managemenmt
- Reserve battery level