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Hi ! Dear friends I am using Dell inspiron i5 laptop. The problem is my system is not identifying battery. the Baterry was 100% charged and now drooping 1 unit as standby position. friends my laptop battery neither charged nor works. the massage showing 'plugged in but not charging'. Please help what i should do, my laptop battery starting works? Thanks. 

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Whenever the system doesn't recognize the AC adapter, the battery WILL NOT charge.   If you haven't yet tried a new OEM Dell adapter, that's the first thing to do.  If that doesn't get and keep the adapter recognized, replace the DC power jack in the system.  And if that fails to solve the issue, replace the mainboard.

The adapter completes a charge circuit with a center wire.  If that charge circuit is not closed, the battery WILL NOT charge, even if the adapter powers the system.

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Sometimes charge gets stored in capacitors that affect power follow. So try these steps it might help you.

  1. First, you need to switch off your laptop and remove your battery. 
  2. Unplug the power cable as well.
  3. Now press the power button and keep it pressed for 10-15sec.
  4. Now attach your battery and connect your laptop to your charge and see your problem must be resolved.

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i have the battery problem too on my asus laptop.

 

i have tryed all kind of tips, but not change the board or repair the powercircum or similar things... the last powerlevel was round about 75% - a good state to take out the battery and leave them anywhere. the next action was put it in the laptop after a while of time... and for a few seconds it tryes to load the battery and then abort and nothing

 

in the end of the days i think the whole tips i read for battery rescue is bullshit - perhaps there only 2 reasons why the battery dont work

 

1.) the battery is gone

or

2.) the charge circum is gone

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I have faced the same problem on my HP Laptop when I visited the service centre they said Your Battery is gone and It's not connecting to the Laptop. So I changed the battery and now It's working fine.

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Hi, you can follow the following steps.

  • Take out all the external devices from the laptop.
  • Remove the battery.
  • Press the power button on the keyboard of the laptop for about 10-15 seconds.
  • Now, insert the battery again and restart the computer.
  • Then, connect the AC adapter and check if your machine can detect the battery again.

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