There are occasions when some suspicious problems start to erupt with Sony Vaio’s battery. A bulk of these problems may be responsible due to improper connection of the battery to the computer. The problem may also develop due to an incompatibility issue with the Sony Vaio PC in question. An average user might find it very debilitating to say the least. The first symptom of this is observed after installing the Sony Vaio Control Center, wherein a user having a faulty battery issue will immediately be detected. Swapping the current battery with a new one or the original one will likely not make any observable difference. Thus, the user’s Sony Vaio Control Center will keep registering a complaint as long as the error is fixed. The complaint on its own will prove to be a menace if left unattended. This is because it will pop up every few seconds, and you will have no possible way to bypass it other than the lone act of hibernating or shutting down the computer. But to every problem there is a solution. Windows 8 support here goes on to show just that.
Start things off by initially shutting down the laptop/netbook in question. Then move on to remove the battery from its slot. After removing it proceed to plugging in the original power supply and then switch it on.
When your computer finally boots up to reach the desktop screen make sure that you follow these steps:
- Press the keys “Ctrl+Shift+Esc “from your keypad and hold to open up the task manager.
- Click on ‘More details’.
- Select the ISBMgs.exe and click ‘End Task’.
To countercheck that the ISBMgr.exe process doesn’t restart when your netbook is restarted, we have to disable the service. You can do all this from the task manager in Windows 8.
- In the Task manager, click the tab ‘Startup’.
- Find the ISBMgr.exe service and right-click it.
- Click Disable to disable the service and prevent it from starting up.
- Close the task manager; the message won’t come back again.
You have not fixed the issue just yet. After this, proceed to make sure that all your hardware is properly detected and working fine. You should also take the pain of updating all your drivers and the Windows too.
Now you’d have successfully solved the issue with the right guidance from Windows 8 support. Ciao!