There is nothing more annoying than battery when it comes to a laptop. It is a very common problem almost all connected laptop batteries face, it is not charging problem. In this article I have explained a very simple method with which you can solve this problem. Read on to learn this simple trick to solve this little problem of yours.
Final report: Before testing, you can unplug the charger and remove and reinsert the battery and see if it works. Sometimes restarting your PC fixes this problem as well. If that doesn't work, go ahead with the solution.
Fix 1 - First method
1. Disconnect the power plug from the laptop.
2. To deactivate your laptop by clicking the power button and then selecting shutdown.
3. Remove the battery from the laptop.
4. Reconnect the power plug to the laptop.
5. Log in the laptop with the power button. Now your laptop works directly from the power cord.
6. close Device administrator in the Windows 10 search box. Click the Device Manager icon to open it.
7. Expand drum section.
8. Uninstall Microsoft ACPI compliant control method Battery, right clicking on it and choosing uninstall.
9. To deactivate your laptop.
10. Insert the battery into the laptop you removed earlier.
11. Turn the laptop back on.
Correction 2 - Second method
1 - Disconnect the power cable from the laptop
2 - Open Device Manager and uninstall each drum controller.
3 - Turn off your laptop (unplugged)
4 - Turn your laptop back on.
5 - Connect the power to the laptop after the laptop fully reboots and login
Then the laptop showed "Connected, charging"
Correction 2 - 3rd method
- Right click on windows to expand its context menu. Find and click on the option entry named Device administrator As shown below.
- A window called Device administrator opens. Expand the entry named Battery by clicking on the side arrow associated with it. Then right click on Battery with Microsoft ACPI-compliant control method and click Uninstall option.
Step 3: Now turn off the laptop.
Step 4: Now, manually remove the battery and then unplug the power supply from the laptop.
Step 5: Press and hold the power button for a full minute
Step 6: Now reinsert the battery and connect the power adapter to the laptop
Step 7: Reboot your system. the “Plugged in charge” message will be there waiting for you.
That is. Try this simple method today.
Note: - If that still doesn't solve your problem, run the Battery Status Report on your PC and check if your batteries are good or bad.
You can also try updating the BIOS to get rid of the battery problem.
In addition to the method mentioned above, you can try to shut down the system, remove the battery, hold the power button for 1 minute and insert the battery to see if it works. If you get stuck with any of the steps, feel free to leave feedback. We will be more than happy to help you.