Windows 11 problem with Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery

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After my upgrade to Windows 11 (which went through quite smoothly), the My Dell app on my Dell XPS 13 keeps recommending on every boot that I should replace my battery.

However, battery seems to be working quite ok (it charges, it holds power for quite a while etc, considering its 3-year age).
Dell hardware test says the battery test with Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery shows Failure.

Is there a known issue with Windows 11 and this driver? There seem to be others who are seeing different effects of this (like it showing 0% power etc).


 

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