|11 Feb 2010||#1|
Plugged in not charging
I recently got a new HP laptop with Win7 pro installed. When the battery is 95-99% it does not charge. It say PLUGGED in NOT CHARGING.
I got replacement laptop and that also have same issue.
I tried with new AC adaptor and same issue.
I uninstall Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery and same issue.
Googled as well and tried but nonthing seems to be working.
Plugged in, not charging on HP Business Notebook
plugged in not charging after Win 7 install
I contacted HP again and they said that some issue might be with system board.
I took 10 days to transfer data to this laptop with all s/w...
Can someone please help me to resolve the issue or suggest whether its hardware issue or Win 7 issue.
Thanks in advance
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|11 Feb 2010||#2|
It may be a failsafe to avoid overcharging of the batts, but the fools at HP tech support should have been able to tell you that if it was the case. However with HP outsourcing tech support to India, Roger (I mean Rajah) and his tech support isnt the highest level.
If your lappy batt charges fine when it's totally depleted, I wouldnt worry. And really you shouldnt be topping off a charge at 95-99%... LET IT DRAIN!
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