While my system is old, its battery has worked fine. However, after letting it run in battery mode until it dried out, when restarting the system it showed the error:
No battery detected
The moment I unplugged the power cord, the system shut down. This was indicative that the system was not actually detecting the battery which is cause for concern.
I disagree that the battery failed because this problem occurred immediately after the system was put into battery mode and continued to run until the battery ran out. However, this could be the case.
Carry out a complete ignition cycle
- Take out all external devices from the laptop such as USB, memory card, etc.
- Take out the battery.
- Force shutdown the laptop by pressing the power button for 10 seconds.
- Now insert the battery again and turn on the laptop with the power button.
- Now, plug in the charging cable and check if your computer detects the battery again.
Check if the battery is faulty before continuing with the troubleshooting
1] Press Win + R to open the Run window. Write the command devmgmt.msc and press Enter to open the file Device administrator.
2] Expand the battery list and find the battery controller. The interesting fact is that the system would count the AC adapter as a battery and show up as an AC adapter. So, in short, your battery would be the other driver.
3] Right click on the beater controller and select Properties.
4] If the device status says "This device is working properly, “We are ready to go.
We may try the following troubleshooting steps one by one to fix the problem:
Solution 1] Uninstall the battery from your computer-
Uninstalling the laptop battery will fix the problem on the computer.
1. Press Tasto Windows + R have lunch career and then write "devmgmt.msc“And hit Log in.
2 inch Device Manager window, expand the term "Battery".
3. Now the right mouse button in "Microsoft AC adapter"And then click"Uninstall device".
4. Now click on “again.Uninstall“To uninstall the battery device from the computer.
Once the uninstall process is complete, Curriculum vitae your computer.
Upon restart, Windows will reinstall the uninstalled battery driver on your computer.
If you see that the battery driver is not installed on your computer, follow these steps to install it manually:
for. Press Windows key + X and then click "Device administrator“To open the Device Administrator window on your computer.
second. In the Device Administrator window, click "Action"In the menu bar, then click"Check for hardware changes".
Windows will search for any missing drivers and install the default battery driver on your computer.
Solution 2] Discharge the capacitors
Even if we unplugged the power cord and connected the system to the battery, the remaining charge on the laptop's capacitor would not allow the system to directly draw battery charge. Therefore, first of all, we need to discharge the capacitors.
1] Turn off the system and remove the power cord and battery.
2] Press the power button for 5-10 seconds making sure there is no power source connected to the system.
3] Reconnect the battery and try to boot the system.
If it works fine, that's fine and that's fine or, proceed to the next solution:
Solution 3] Use the power troubleshooter
1] Click the Start button and then the gear symbol to open the Settings page.
2] Go to Updates and Security and then to the Troubleshoot tab.
3] Select the power troubleshooter and run it.
4] When finished, reboot the system.
The Power Troubleshooter checks for underlying battery-draining issues.
Solution 4] Uninstall and reinstall the battery drivers
The problem could also be in the battery drivers. If so, the drivers can be reinstalled.
I hope this helps!