Saturday, April 22, 2017

5 Ways to Fix Laptop Battery Plugged in but not Charging

Solution No.1 - Clean battery connector
How to; Turn off the laptop, eject battery, clean battery connector, insert back.
Cause; Users often remove the battery when not needed, and install the batray when needed. This habit causes dirty battery connector, because the connector in open condition. If you often remove the battery, this solution may be useful for you.

Solution No.2 - Update BIOS or Restore default BIOS settings.
How to; Open laptop website, download BIOS update to improve battery charging performance (if available). If BIOS update not available, open BIOS settings, restore default BIOS settings, save and exit.
Cause; If you just replace the old battery with a new one, when the new battery is installed, the possibility of a problem like this. Update BIOS or restore defaut BIOS settings is, the solution for those of you who have just replaced the battery.


Solutin No.3 - Uninstall ACPI-Compliant on Device Manager.
How to; Open Device Manager from Control Panel - Batteries - right click "Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery" - uninstall - OK - Restart.
Cause; If you do not have the habit of removing the battery, you do not replace the battery with a new one, and you are sure your battery condition is normal, this solution you can try to do. The assumption, the cause of Battery Plugged in but not Charging is the Corrupt Battery driver.


Solution No.4 - Re-hot the tin solder on the battery connectors on the mainboard.
How to; To do this, you have to disassemble the laptop machine, and remove the mainboard. After the mainboard is released, heat the tin battery connector.
Cause; This problem is often encountered in the old laptop. Tin batray connector must be heated, because there is a crack. Make sure you've tried Solution No. 1, 2, 3, before doing this way.

Solution No.5 - Tighten the screws on the battery connector on the mainboard.
How to; To do this, you have to disassemble the laptop machine, and remove the mainboard. After the mainboard is released, tighten the screws on the battery connector on the mainboard.
Cause; The screw on the battery connector is loose. If the battery connector bolts are loose, Battery Plugged in but not Charging problems can occur. This problem can happen on a new or old laptop. Make sure you've tried Solution No. 1, 2, 3, before doing this way.


If the above solutions, can not fix your problem, the last solution is to replace the battery with a new one.

5 Ways to Fix Laptop Battery Plugged in but not Charging

1 comment:

  1. Laptop charging repair is a very common issue. This issue is very irritating. Good post and posts like these are very useful for service people like us. We run a hp service center in Chennai city and this post was very useful for our entire team. Thanks.

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