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If I turn on the computer again after this, it keeps telling me the battery is critical at 80%!!!I can keep working normally (with now a red alert) for 2 and a half hours like this and when finally the charge reaches 1% Windows does not detect that is really critical and does not shutdown the computer.If you have not done so already, make Windows display the hidden files and folders. To do that, start Windows Task Manager (by, for example, right-clicking on an empty space of Windows taskbar and selecting Start Task Manager from the menu).
If you don't see the Icon file right away, don't worry, it will appear after you log off and log back on to (or restart) Windows.The battery will simply drain completely and the laptop will turn off suddenly.I checked the battery health and charge in the DELL bios and it seems correct. When Windows needs to draw an icon, it uses the copy from the cache rather than retrieving the icon image from the original application file. UPDATE: With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft changed the rules of the game: the icon cache is no longer stored in the Icon file described below.