I've had my computer since June 2011 and now it says this when I click on battery. Right now, it's 89% charged and won't charge anymore. I went to battery status and it said "Battery Charging Disabled" but I'm not sure why since I didn't change any battery settings. Under battery health it says "your battery is performing normally."
What am i supposed to do ?
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We will have to check the status of the adapter in BIOS; if the adapter is not detected properly the system will continue to receive power but will not charge the battery. Please follow the steps mentioned below to check if the adapter is detected properly.
1. Start the computer by pressing the power button
2. Press the F2 key 2-3 times
3. You will now be on the BIOS screen
4. Under the Main Tab look for the option that says AC Adapter Type
5. If the Adapter Type says Unknown or None with the adapter plugged in.
6. Reconnect the adapter to the machine and if the status now shows as Unknown then the AC Adapter needs to be replaced.
Also, I would suggest you to update the BIOS on the system and check if the Battery is charging Please enter your service tag # on the link below, select the OS, then download the BIOS from BIOS section onto the system and install it.
Please let me know if this helps.
It could be that the Adapter is not being detected by your computer. To confirm that please follow the steps below.
Let me know what the 'AC Adapter type' displays
I am having the exact same problem. I upgraded the Bios but that did not work. My AC adapter is shown in the as working.
My BIOS recognizes my adapter but my battery will not charge above 5%. I'm plugged in and had to remove the battery to come online to type this. Do I need a new battery?
I am having this same problem as well. I have purchased a new battery, a new adapter, and a new charger port. What is the next step?
We have seen this particular model several times in the course of our computer repair business. They always have loose or broken power connectors and usually the laptop base is broken too, so the power jack is moving around. Replacing the power jack is what will fix the "plugged in, not charging issue. You will see a broken orange wire when you take out the old power jack, which was likely caused by the loose power jack. You will pay about $15-$20 for the power jack on Amazon.