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An earlier hypothesis, that is loaded too late, has been refuted by Thomas Gregory Platt (see his email below).According to the excellent analysis in the Problem analysis and proposed solution comment by tasmanian this is caused by a timing defect in the Windows function Shell_Notify Icon in shell32.dll, which has a timeout fixed at 4 seconds.Earlier when I was using Windows XP, it used to last for 3hours with dim light. Another solution is take off the battery and clean the contacts with a pencil eraser.
Reference link of this research: Low Battery Notification does not... There are more solutions and reasons listed throughout the post.
If defragmenting the hard disk can solve the problem for some, then anything can solve it, and the solution may not be long-lived either.
2010-10-09 – nars has posted a patcher tool (direct download link, also attached here—see below) that solves the problem even for future versions and makes patching very easy and quick. The main cause of the more common problem is that the systray program is temporarily unable to process icon inclusion requests.
I admit that some things are similar to that user such as my battery is a year old one. EDIT: The notifications that you can set are just Low battery [level, notification] & Reserve battery* [level].
But, I dont understand why this started happening suddenly when I switched to Windows 7 from XP. Do I need to accept the solution given in that question, or is there any other thing should I try? There is no notification for Critical battery in Win7 [just level & action].