Notebook dose power on or charge up. I assume that the AC adapter is bad. Is their a way to check the AC adapter, to see if it giving power to the Notebook?
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I did reset my hp notebook classmate running windows 8 after that I entered into the bios setup and activate the secured boot and registered the settings then after that I restarted the system n then the screen went off I tried removing the ram and replacing it but it didn't work. I removed the hdd and replaced it but nothing worked n I did the same for the battery too but nothing worked please help me out
I tried removing the bios battery n reset it too but nothing worked I even opened up the screen to see if the cable is disconnected but I found it all in place n left it but still the same please help me out1 more replies
I recently bought a new from the factory HP 230W Advanced Docking Station NZ223AA and it dose not charge the battery on an HP EliteBook 8540w. Dose anyone have any suggestions as to things I can try to fix this?
I'm having the EXACT same problem. everything else works fine on the port replication side, but the docking station just won't charge my elitebook 8540w battery. If you've found a solution to this please let me know what it is.9 more replies
hello there, i have a notebook acer es1-411. it has a problem. when i try to shut it down it dose't turn off properly. screen was going to black but the blue indicator led still on and also not responding. i have to fourced it for trun off. then the blue led going to off. what should i do now?More replies
im wondering if this hp notebook pc 15-r107nx have a touch pad or not thank you
@naif20? System Specifications indicate that the notebook does not contain a touchscreen. System:HP Notebook - 15-r107nx When you see a Post that helps you,Inspires you, provides fresh insight,Or teaches you something new,Click the "Thumbs Up" on that Post. Fixed / Answered? Click that post Accept as Solution to help others find Answers.1 more replies
Have a old Pentium II MB and a 350 MHZ processor, when the computer in DOS the power bottom worked fine. However, with Windows XP the power button dose not work. When I turn off computer, and the point where it say "It is safe to turn off the computer". The power dose not worked!
Firstly, u shouldnt be running XP on such an old computer, secondly XP wants 2 shut your computer, but the MOBO & BIOS are very old and won't let it, so the whole thing is stuffing up.
Solution: Buy a new comp or check for BIOS updates from the motherboard manufacturer.
I attempted to contact HP is regard to the issue that I am experiencing, but cannot as my warranty expired on 6/22/16. I'm hoping someone e here can provide insight. When I turned my Stream on this afternoon, it wouldn't boot. Odd, since it was fully charged last night, so I went ahead and plugged it in. Upon doing so, I encountered a black screen stating my internal battery was nearly at capacity. What precisely does that mean? I am able to use the notebook as long as I keep it plugged in. Also, while plugged in I receive a message stating that it's connected to a power source and the battery is not charging. The moment I unplug it, it shuts down. I'm more than upset in regard to this new and unwanted development. The notebook is only 15 months old. Is there any way to salvage it or am I looking at buying a new one? I've always used HP desktops,laptops, and notebooks; now I will never purchase one again. Has anyone else experienced this issue?
When you hover the mouse cursor to the battery icon? What does it say? Plug in not charging? If yes then follow the steps herehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/windows-10-update-prevents-batt... Cheers!
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My HP pavilion does not take charging after 80% and sometimes the charging light starts blinking. It shows plugged in , not charging.
Have you tried a battery diagnostic either in the UEFI diagnostics (F2 as you power on) or in the HP Support Assistant running from Windows? Stopping at 81% seems like it may be a dead power cell in the battery. Can we have the full model number of the laptop and an idea how old the battery is? Original?1 more replies
Hello, I am in need of a bit of help. I have a old Gateway 7510GX notebook that wont charge, and will only run if plugged in to the wall. I am 99% sure that the charging circuit has gone bad, because the charge indicator icon stays at 66 percent for ever.
Do you think I should open up the laptop and check the board for burnt components, or what?
Also, External battery chargers for laptops go for big $$$. So would it be possible to remove the cells and hook them to a external charger. (I have a slow charger made for RC Li-Ion batteries that I think would be perfect).
Hey everyone , i just got this hp notebook 250 g4 and it s all brand new works with windows 8.1 32bits. ( 2days ago)So i was charging my laptop and everything was ok suddenly when i noticed that the charging led is not working nor the laptop itself ( the battery was charged b4 ) i tried everything i found on the hp support website but nothing works the laptop doesnt turn on or charge , im so anxious right nowPlease help meMore replies
I have purchased HP 15-AF114AU Notebook about 2 months ago. For the past one week, the battery doesn't charge beyond 90%. Once the bettery reaches 90%, the indicator shows "plugged in, not charging".Initially, it used to charge upto 95%, then it dropped to 94% and now 90% in a span of just one week. I have tried recalibrating the battery by draining it completely and charging it again, run tests using HP Support Assistant and the component test from BIOS, all show the battery to be OK. But still the battery doesn't charge beyond 90%, no matter what I do. Please help.More replies
My notebook is not charging. I don't know if it's the charger that's not working or could it be the charging port on the notebook itself. I have been charging it for the past few days and it's doing pretty well until I plugged it on a socket and didn't charge anymore. Tried checking the charger, it smelled a little burnt on the blue end with the pin and also on the charging port. When I plugged it, there was no popping sound whatsoever that could lead to me assuming it had a short circuit. Checked the socket, it was compatible with the charger. What am I to do?More replies
I got this Toshiba Satellite 32PFL3312/10 - But now there is some problems
The battery indicator says that the the charger is plugged in, and IS charging. but it doesnt charge the battery.. no charge is taking place :-/ Its says there is "0" battery left. I have triede everything.. i toke the battery out, made sure there wasnt any dust etc.. i have tried holdning the power key down in 30 sec and a lot more. everytime i unplug the charger the system instantly swiched off.. I have tried to change the power plan from balanced to saver.
Then i tried to delete the Microsoft ACPI Compliant control method battery from the decive manager, and made it search for it again. This step made the battery start to charge for about 10-15 sec, and then it stopped again.
Now im kind of frustrated... So i thought that maybe it was an windows update problem, so i tried to update - but i got several updates "hanging" but now it wont update.. ! Comes with update errors. tried microsoft fix it, it didnt help.
Then i thought, okay... then i will try to restore to the factory condition, But nothing happens, i have tried all the guides from the Toshiba forums, pressing "0" - I did nothing... Then i tried pressing "F8" it didnt nothing... Then i tried the "F12" still nothing.
Im going nuts now... Hope someone in here can help me....
Hello to all, I'm new to this forum.
Start of with a topic what was published many times before, only not the same as in my situation. The crazy thing is, at every startup from Windows the battery icon runs the charge bar 5 times, and than it stops. At pointer it says: 0% available ( on main supply, battery is being charged) However, this does never change. Nomatter how long it charges.
BatteryBar does the same thing:
Procent 0,0 %
Capacity 0mWh of 43.568 mWh
Battery unknown (charging)
Charge 0 mW
Full time 1:17
Main supply connected
battery waist 18,2% of 53.280 mWh
Does anybody have the patience to shine a light on this drained topic. I feel, mines is different.
Would be highly apreciated.
Thanks in advance
Hello 4thgo. Welcome to the Forum.
The battery charges, but Windows & BB says it doesn't.
The battery does not charge, but Windows & BB says it does.
Is this the original battery and original power supply (charger)?
After shutdown my laptop doesn't boot up but battery light is on while charging and my charging USB port is also working.
Hi @Yadavrishabh1,Welcome to the HP Support Forums! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts, and other support personnel. I understand you are having an issue with the computer not staring. I will be glad to help you. Please follow the steps from Computer Does Not Start (Windows 10). Please keep me informed of how things went. If you require further assistance, let me know and I will gladly do all I can to help you.Please let me know if this resolves the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution".To simply say thanks, click the Thumbs up below! Thanks.1 more replies
Hi I recently purchased a Tiny universal adaptor after having left my H.P charger in a different location which meant I was going to be without it for a week or so.The Tiny charger did not pass on any power to the laptop.. I have since got back the H.P charger which came with the laptop, and tried powering it up. Still nothing. My laptop is one of the B&O line with a non-removable battery. Do I need to claim on the warranty and replace or is there an easy fix? ThanksWillMore replies
Hi, Recently the main fan on my notebook failed. Thus, I found a new cooling assembly part on ebay, ordered it, and installed it. The installation process required the complete disassembly of the notebook. I followed a video guide for this. I am well aware that disassembly voids any kind of warranty, this machine was already well out of warranty. After re-assembling the notebook, it doesn't boot or show any signs of life. I have tried all combinations of powering on with and without battery, with and without AC adapter, and with and without the hard drive. The computer's charging light doesn't light up when the adapter is plugged in, but right after I insert the plug to the computer, I hear a very faint clicking once or twice where it plugs in. I am curious if possibly during the disassembly/reassembly process I broke a power component to the computer or possibly shorted out something on the motherboard. I didn't use an antistatic wristband during the process however in hindsight I definitely should have. I'm curious as to which part could possibly need replacing according to the symptoms described above. I double checked that all plugs were properly inserted as well. Hopefully someone can point me towards whether the problem is with the DC-in power component within the computer or perhaps the entire motherboard. If it's just the little DC component, could that be easily replaced? Thanks,MattMore replies
My company bought these notebooks for some of our products and we install Ubuntu 12.04LTS on them. When we shut them down and try to charge them it doesn't work. The light beside charging port is on (like it is charging), but cannot turn on computer after hours of "charging" because the batteries are drained. It looks like it charges fine when the computers are turned on and charging, but not when we try to charge them without turning them on. We are wondering if this is some known issue and what would be correct procedure for charging these netbooks?
Hey, Bit of a late answer, but I'll submit it in case anyone else has a similar issue. There is an issue with one of the BIOS version on the 210 G1, BIOS version F.03. If this is not updated to the most current version you'll find your batteries will drain quite quickly and will not charge properly. Also as your running Ubuntu, you may need to use the UEFI tool from HP to update the BIOS, here it's called the HP PC Hardware Diagnostics 3 in 1 USB Key: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/hpsupportassistant/pc-diags.html?jumpid=va_r602_us/en/any/pps/pl_... Best of luck.1 more replies
My original charger plug & separate DC connected is broken,how else can I charge my device,can I use a USB port to charge ?
philsam51 If you had a brand new notebook with USB-C port, that MIGHT be possible -- but with the older standard USB ports, no.5 more replies
I really hope you can answer this simply request.
Nowadays is pretty common to have a new Ultrabook, laptop or notebook for general purposes. A very important feature is to have a healthy battery. We all know that Lithium-batts do a terrific job and are more resistant than never, but after many years of experience, I've learnt that having a software like "Eco charge, Battery care, Smart charge...etc " is a clever and vital feature already present in major brands BUT HP, believe or not. I've just received a new Ultrabook Spectra x360 with windows 8.1, and so far I cannot find any special battery function for this request, even worst nobody can answer in their forum either; I really can't understand this flaw in HP. So, I'd like to know is there any reliable battery software that can allow me to keep the battery charge to 80% and no more, even connected to AC power.
I've seen several that keep info about battery and how to optimize but none with the simple function that I need.
Any help will be highly appreciated.
I honestly don't think it is possible to change what is built into the hardware and ACPI that ships with the computer. Would take a program that can access and change the settings in ACPI and this most likely would have to come from the manufacturer.11 more replies
My wife has a two-year-old Samsung notebook. Recently when she unplugged it the machine cut off, even though the battery said 79% charged (it wouldn't charge any further). I figured that the battery was bad so I bought another one from Amazon.
This one charges to 100% percent and does exactly the same thing. I'm perplexed but think there's something going on with the motherboard that won't let it use battery juice, even if Windows 8.1 says it's 100% charged.
I've tried the hold the power button down for 1 min with the battery out trick to no avail.
Any ideas? I'm stumped and think I might need to get her another notebook.
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I have a hp pavilion laptop and it did turn on and work but wouldn't charge then it just died all together would not turn on or charge up so brought a new charger for it still wouldn't work...I thought it might have been a faulty battery so brought a new battery for it and it still won't power up or charge up any ideas because I am really stuck....Many thanksMore replies
So, I switched out the power cord, tried fn f2 f3, plugged in a different outlets and still the results are the same- giant paperweight. My trouble all started with downloading Windows 10. The computer crashed constantly, lost power out of the blue, and some other annoyances. I have uninstalled that beast from ***, but encountered issues though less frequently.
What I am getting from the previous posts is that I need a new mother board, right? That seems expensive or techie. Is there some other means to just charge my battery that doesn't involve another computer? I have hardly used this refurbished hunk of junk. I refuse to ever get another HP because of the problems I had with their laptops. I hope Dell isn't heading in the same direction.
Hello. I've got an Acer laptop and the battery connection jack doesn't seem to
connect internally with the computer when inserted into the hole in the back.
The battery sometimes starts re-charging when wiggled about.
Most of the wiggling is unsuccessful,it only works momentarily [the screen
brightens at this point] but it then needs to be held in that position. Has
anyone had experience of this problem or know what can be done about it?
"Aspire AS3694, Intel Celeron 440, 15.4" TFT with Acer CrystalBrite screen, 512MB memory, 80GB Hard Disk Drive, DVD Super-Multi, Shared graphics, WiFi, 5 in 1 Card Reader, Windows Vista Basic"
Sounds like from regular wear and tear from plugging in the power adaper and taking it out has damaged the DC jack.
To fix this you must take it in and have them replace and resolder the new jack on there. However depending on how it was made it May be built into the motherboard which in this case they would probably have to replace the motherboard which is probably not worth the cost. So you may be looking at buying a new laptop.
But it is a very common issue with some laptops, you have to be very careful when plugging in and out the power adapter and not moving it around while its plugged in.
Last night I was confronted by a family member about an HP Stream 11 that I had purchased for them not powering on. They explain that they had opened the lid, and pushed the power button as normal. However, nothing showed on the screen, so they assumed the notebook was dead and went to charge it. The notebook still displayed nothing on the screen. This was the point where they came to me looking for a solution and I notice the light on the power button symbol is flashing. I press a few keys, waiting to see any sign of life, but there was none that came. I ended up holding down the power button to hard shutdown the machine and it turned off. I then proceed to click the button, to no avail. I told them to keep charging the device and I would mess with it today, as I assumed that it was a battery issue. Today the notebook still is not booting at all. I've noticed that when plugged in, the charging light - a dot right next to the cord input - is not even lit. This light will not light up no matter what outlet I plug the charging adapter in. Because of this, I suspect the issue may be worse and might be a motherboard problem, but I have no sure answer or way of finding an answer. I proceed to search Google to find solutions to my problem, only one forum post I've found and it was to hold the power button for 8 seconds and see if it would boot afterwards. That solution did not work. I am hoping that by posting here on the HP forums, I will get some swift advice on how I c... Read more
Hi @RyanNeedsHelp Thank you for your reply. As you have ruled out the adapter as the cause it could be the port on the notebook.Please contact HP support for assistance with this. The link is in my previous post. Have a great weekend!10 more replies
Have a realitivly new Zbook 15 that won't power on. The owner was operating it then went to plug it in to charge and the computer shutdown and has been unable to start up, no lights are on. Specs:8Gb RAMWindows 7i7500Gb HDD Have tried the following and nothing happens: -Tried multiple power outlets-Removed Battery, and tried to start up with just Adapter-Multiple adapters-Multiple batteries-Removed/reseated RAM-Held power for 30 seconds with battery/adapter removed I am at a loss and i'm open for suggestions. At this point it seems like the board is fried or the AC port is toast.More replies
Thanks I will try that. I have another question for you guys. I have another lap top exactly like the first one latitude c610 with windows xp. It work great until about a week ago, the wireless internet worked perfect, never an issue one, then we left it plugged in for a couple of days and now it will not power on at all. when you try to turn it on, it acts like its going to come on and the lights flicker and then it goes back off. I though the battery had gone bad, however it does this when plugged into electric also. Any ideas?
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Aspire VN7-591G USB 3.0 Cant Charge at Power Off State? at My Old Acer Laptop, V3 that can charge via 3.0 event that laptop is shutted down.
To resolve the issue, check if the instructions mentioned on the link below help:http://acer-in.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10427/~/charging-via-usb-3-port-does-not-work-af... Hope this will help you.3 more replies
Last night my son was using the laptop for a school project (it was not hooked up to the power cord) and in the middle of what he was doing it shut off. He says that he never recieved any message stating the battery was about to die. We plugged it into the power cord all night and it still doesnt do anything. It doesnt even show a light that the power cord is plugged in. Has anyone else had this problem and can anyone help me?More replies
I bought this HP laptop not so long ago, and just recently it has stopped being capable of operating on battery power. In addition, it is constantly charging the battery, but the battery charge meter does not rise. I was just wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to fix it myself, or will I simply have to part from the laptop for a few weeks/months to send it back to the manufacturer?
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Aspire VN7-591G USB 3.0 Cant Charge at Power Off State? at My Old Acer Laptop, V3 that can charge via 3.0 event that laptop is shutted down.
To resolve the issue, check if the instructions mentioned on the link below help:http://acer-in.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10427/~/charging-via-usb-3-port-does-not-work-af... Hope this will help you.2 more replies
A couple of days ago my laptop decided not to charge. I keep it in one spot and haven't unplugged it for a few months, and it's run fine. I was busy with work so I wasn't able to give this the attention it needed before all the power drained. The hardware is 100% stock; I have not gotten a new battery or new charger. I have made sure that the outlet I'm using functions. Since it's used so little/gently, physical damage seems extremely unlikely. Now whenever I try to plug it in and turn it on, no lights or anything. Occasionally a light will flash and I can get it to try to boot, but it'll power down shortly after the System Recovery screen. A couple nights ago I managed to get it to boot and could watch Netflix, but sometime later it powered down again. I removed the battery and plugged the charger back in, there was a flash of light and I made it as far as the System Recovery screen again, but to no avail. Now trying to boot with or without battery, or plugging the charger in with or without battery, does nothing. I have attempted a hard reset as described here, still no lights and unable to power up to BIOS.More replies
I have an NV7802, original battery. Windows 10. Last night I noticed that the battery was not charging whike plugged in. I removed the battery, plugged the adapter in no power. Purchased an adapter this morning, battery charges for about 10 seconds. Battery is now dead and laptop will boot up when plugged in with the battery installed, lets me logon and then shuts off with no lights on the front panel. I think this a windows problem and I have notified them also.More replies
Recently I have bought a V7 series notebook, but just found out in the battery management it shows the battery not charged status. More importantly it shut down when the cord is unplugged even it has 88% charged shown. Please, can any advise what is wrong with my computer, thanks.
Unfortunately, I'm not sure there is a lot of troubleshooting that can be done. I suspect that there is an issue with the battery, or at least a connection to it, and our service team can assist with that. I'd recommend reaching out to them when you have the opportunity.
I have an NV7802, original battery. Windows 10. Last night I noticed that the battery was not charging whike plugged in. I removed the battery, plugged the adapter in no power. Purchased an adapter this morning, battery charges for about 10 seconds. Battery is now dead and laptop will boot up when plugged in with the battery installed, lets me logon and then shuts off with no lights on the front panel. I think this a windows problem and I have notified them also.
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You're welcome.4 more replies
I just got off the phone with HP Support and the diagnosis is just as I expected: I have a dead motherboard. I was using my Spectre x360 and all of a sudden I hear a pop and the computer shutsoff. A hard reset doesn't work; plugging in the AC charger elicits no response (no power on, no LED). All these symptoms point to a blown capacitor, which seems to be a reoccuring issue in these forums. I bought this laptop when it was first revealed at over $1000, and now its dead, just a few months after the default warranty expired. HP, what can I do when this is considered a manufacturing defect?More replies
i have a hp g72 series computer that will only charge while the computeris on is if i only plug the power cord in less than halfway any ideas how to correct this issue
Hi!, @tammieh: Welcome, to Forum !. Requirements for all countries or regions:The requirements, listed below, are applicable, to all countries or, regions:? The length of the power cord set must be at least 1.5m. (5.0 ft) and no more, than 2.0 m (6.5 ft).? All power cord sets must be approved by an acceptable accredited agency responsible for evaluation in the country or region where the power cord set will be used.? The power cord sets must have a minimum current capacity of 10 amps and a nominal voltage rating of 125 or 250 V AC, as required by each country or region?s power system.? The appliance coupler must meet the mechanical configuration of an EN 60 320/IEC 320 Standard Sheet C13 connector for mating with the appliance inlet on the back of the computer.1 more replies
This is my first post here/first Toshiba issue after owning my laptop for about 4 years!
I have a major problem with my Equium p300-190, with a Li-ion battery pack.
This morning, there appeared to be an issue with my power supply. The charger connection would rapidly change from charging and then not charging every second or so.
This continued throughout the day until the computer suddenly turned off.
Now even when the charger is connected, the lights on the front of the computer do not register it as charging the laptop.
I initially thought this was a charger problem, but the computer turned off when on 43% power. I was wondering whether anyone can help me determine whether this is a battery problem, or a motherboard problem, as well as suggested courses of action.
Any help is really appreciated!
> Now even when the charger is connected, the lights on the front of the computer do not register it as charging the laptop.
Does this means that the power LED and AC adaptor LED don?t light even if the AC adaptor is connected?
In such case the new, good working AC adaptor should be connected in order to check if it?s AC adaptor or notebook related problem.
Just for info: I don?t think that the problem is battery since the notebook should operate properly using the Ac adaptor only. Even if the battery is removed and Ac adaptor connected, the notebook should power up?
So either its AC adaptor or notebook?s hardware problem.
I currently have a XPS 12-9Q33 laptop that is not charging. The light at the end of the power adapter is no longer lighting up so it appears to be faulty. I've called Dell to purchase a new adapter but was told that they no longer sell replacements for them and was recommended to buy an adapter from a 3rd party source.
I purchased a replacement with the same voltage and amperage that is supposed to work on a XPS 12. The laptop now powers on but will not charge. The BIOS states that the adapter is unknown and will not allow it to charge.
What can I do now? I find it really frustrating that I cannot get a direct replacement from Dell themselves so I'm stuck with a laptop that is not portable at all since the battery is at 0%
Third party adapters usually do not have required logic circuit to complete the batter charging loop. It's easy to find genuine, OEM Dell adapters:
So I'm fixing (or trying to fix) a friends laptop. It's a HP Pavilion zv5120us. The problem is that when powered on, the laptop will not accept power from the AC adapter (which should be low voltage DC power when it get's to it right?). It will however charge the battery when the computer is shut off. So it will run till the battery is dead, then charge itself and then you can turn it on again.
Apparently the zv5000s have similar problems like, no battery charge, no power whatsoever and most of these problems originate from the AC jack. I HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT AND INSTALLED A NEW JACK. My soldering was top notch. The problem persists in exactly the same manner. I have also tested the AC adapter. It has a green LED that comes on and with a multimeter it registered something like 40.9 on the 200 setting for AC volts. All these things make me think it's some software problem. Maybe there's some stupid setting that got switched so it won't run off wall power.
If anything triggers a thought for anyone please reply, I want to get rid of this thing.
Double post. More info here http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/702808-solved-laptop-will-run-off.html
I have the Dell Power Companion PW7015L (bought through my cost center from Dell retail) and a Del-issued (I work for Dell)l Latitude E7240. When I charge my Samsung Galaxy S5 phone, things work fine. The Power Companion shows 5 bars for charge level and 5 for battery health. However, when I plug in my laptop and hit the power button for the Power Companion, the "charging" indicator never comes on, and the "plugged in, not charging" icon comes on for 15-28 seconds, and then goes off (and the screen dims): apparently the batter disconnects from the laptop, or the laptop disconnects itself. If I hit the power button on the power companion, the "plugged in, not charging" icon will come back on, and then again go out after 15-28 seconds. Help! #IworkforDell.More replies
I've the latest updates from Lenovo for Power Manager. What happened to control over the battery charging levels? I can't find settings for it anywhere. It isn't apparent in the Lenovo settings power page nor in Control Panel power settings. Anyone know?
. . . . . Zeke . . . P50, Win10x64 (current) . . . T510, Win7x64 (6 years).
Recently I cracked the screen on my acer aspire e5-573g-59c3. I bought a new screen and attempted to replace it. Yet, now my computer neither turns on or lights up its led to show it is charging. I took out the battery and held the power button down to no avail. Is my computer dead?
Computer is only 4 months old.
can i plugged in my laptop overnight only with a/c or power adapter with removing the battery ? i mean my internet kinda slow sometimes so i have to finish downloading the files before dawn.. wil it effect on my laptop ?More replies
I recently purchased the Yoga 900 and was recommended with purchase the Power Bank PB500. It was my assumption that this could be used to charge the tablet. It doesn't appear to charge it. Should the Power Bank PB500 be able to be used to charge the Yoga 900?
Moderator comment: New post created. Subject edited. Was: Re: Yoga 900 - Power cord - Any chance of a new offering?
NO I GOT CONNED LIKE THAT AS WELL....... VERY MISLEADING WITH THE POWER BANK......!! POWER CABLE IS WAY TO SHORT....WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH, PLUS THE POWER BRICK SHOULD HAVE A 2ND USB SLOT TO CHARGE A MOBILE......!!2 more replies
i don't exactly know where the best place to put this tread is, or if this is even the right forum. But i'll make a post here anyways.
So two days ago my laptop was not able to turn on at all and so i checked the ac adapter and it was beeping so i got brought a replacement from Canada Computers.
So everything after here is with my new ac adapter:
Now it powers on but if the power is connected after the computer starts up then the ac adapter is beeping and the computer no longer receives power but after a random interval of time the beeping stops and computer is charging again.
However if i put in the power line before the computer starts the power line is beeping at first but once i boot the computer the beeping stops and windows shows the power as connected.
Also when i change the Battery Mode in the Lenovo energy management panel the power disconnects and the ac adapter starts beeping again and after another interval of time the power is recognized by windows again and the beeping stops.
As well if i plug out the power supply from the laptop and plug it back in it takes a random interval of time for the power to come and there is also beeping.
So is there anything that i can do to fix this problem.
I found this article dated 3 March 2014
What to Do if Your Laptop Is Plugged In but Not Charging | PCMag.com
I recently purchased a Zbook Studio for video editing, and am wondering how to charge it through a power bank. I initially thought of using usb-c but then I read that you cannot charge through this port. The battery life isn't too great on this computer, so when I go to take trips to Yosemite it only lasts a few hours of editing until I have to find a wall port somewhere. I want to charge from a usb-3 power bank, and am wondering how to do this without a larger battery that has a wall power port. Thanks!More replies
I have this problem, I occasionally use my USB 3.0 disk drive, and I'd really prefer not to plug it in and out every time I want to use it. But problem is, the disk is running at all times, and even when computer is off, I want it to automatically shut off when not in use. (I have Gigabyte On/Off Charge feature, basically all USB devices get power at any PC power state, if only there is power from the power supply)
I really need help to find where I can set that, but mind that I have a wireless mouse, which used to suffer because of the USB suspend option, it was sometimes disconnecting for a second or so, like lagging.
I am not even sure where to start, so any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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I have a Travelmate B113-E-2846 When I plug in the charger the lights flash I tried changing the battery but it didn't help I can use the laptop without the battery with the ac adapter
If you can run off the power supply, but the battery won't charge, there is either something wrong with the battery, the charger or the charging circuits in the laptop. Possibly the voltage regulator. The power supply could power the laptop and still have something wrong with it.1 more replies
my battery show that it good and shows a 90% charge but will not power the laptop or charge it says plug in not charging if i pull the power cord out it shuts offMore replies
Hi, Error message is '(25% available, plugged in, not charging)'Have already tried the following:- Battery unistall/re-install- Removal of battery whilst power cable and laptop is booted and reinsert (numerous times!!) Charges for only 2-3 seconds then back to the error message again Laptop dies completely when power cable is removed or when laptop screen is closed down. I am reluctant to buy a new battery in case it does not resolve the issue. Computer is not that old and was rarely used until only recently.More replies
I have a Travelmate B113-E-2846 When I plug in the charger the lights flash I tried changing the battery but it didn't help I can use the laptop without the battery with the ac adapterMore replies
hello, I have a problem in my computer.
I have a new computer - Inspiron 5558 and sometimes (3-4 in day)
when I plug in and unplugged ac power the computer enters to sleeps mode. it also happens when I click the lights buttons - F11+F12.
I don't know what to do anymore. I was checked all system, bios, drivers.
I seem to have the exact same issue. Let me know if you have found a fix to this!
I will be calling customer support as I am still under the 1 year warranty.
Iv recently encountered the dreaded Plugged-In not charging Error
ALERT! AC power wattage and type cannot be determined. The battery may not charge. The system will adjust the performance to match the power available.
Iv come to the conclusion its the module that determines the adapter and wattage type.
As iv tested it with known working chargers and batteries.
Can anyone *** me with this knowledge or allow me to get a schematic for the mother board?
I'm having an issue where custom battery charge thresholds aren't being respected on my E5550 when I plug my laptop into AC power.
Steps to replicate:
Using Dell Command | Power Manager, set custom battery settings such that the battery will start charging at 80% and stop charging at 90%.
Unplug from AC power.
Discharge the battery to anywhere below 90% but not below 80%.
Plug-in to AC power.
The battery will charge when the laptop is connected to AC power despite the battery charge state being above the custom 'start charge' point of 80%.
The battery should not charge unless it is is below the custom 'start charge' point.
Using V 2.1.1 of Power Manager and the A13 (latest) BIOS.
This looks like a bug in the battery charger firmware to me. Anyone else?
So, my issue that ive looked everywhere for a solution to is this. I was about to give this laptop to someone and I reformatted the hard drive to clean it up before doing so. After this I went to dells site and loaded up the drivers for this machine. All is fine up till this point. Then I updated the bios to the newest version a12, and all went fine.
Well, later that day I needed to unplug the laptop and go to a different room and It just turned off after I unplugged it. It wouldnt turn on with battery power either. Plugged it back in and it loads fine but the battery is stuck on 36 percent charge and says not charging. Now im getting a message saying the battery needs to be replaced as well, which is *** because I know that the battery was working just fine before this day. Not only that why wont a battery with 36 percent charge turn on the laptop? Its got the flashing red battery symbol when powered on with the ac adapter but without the computer on, but still plugged in, the battery doesnt charge or have any lights.
I have already tried the uninstalling of the acpi trick, as well as the taking the battery out while its running, or taking it out purging the power and reseating. Ive tried all the common tricks to no avail. Not sure whats going on but I know this battery was good, and it still says 36 percent but wont charge and wont power the laptop on. Hope someone can help.
First check: make sure the BIOS (F2 at powerup) recognizes the AC adapter. If it does not, the battery will not charge.
If the AC adapter is not recognized, try another Dell OEM adapter. If that doesn't solve the problem, replace the DC jack:
And if that doesn't solve the problem, replace the mainboard.
If the AC adapter IS recognized, but the battery will not charge, unplug the system, remove the battery and hold the power button for 30 sec. Try again -- if the battery still won't charge, odds are the battery itself is bad.
If the battery is original to the system, it's about four years old - well past its expected lifespan.
Hi all,I had a little problem with my Pavilion x360, i can't power off.I explain, when i want to close off the notebook, all the system goes off, but the light on the corner is still lightning.The hardware was off, but if i want to power on, i need to press the button light to switch off and to represt it to power on.It's since i upgraded to the BIOS version 32 rev A. 32 is not for the CPU. Thanks for your answers and sorry if i had a bad english.
Hi, Try disabling Windows 10 hybrid boot - you can do this as follows. Open Settings and select System. Select Power and sleep, then click on Additional power settings - in the following window, click on 'Choose what the power button does' in the left hand pane. In the subsequent window, first click on 'Change settings that are currently unavailable' ( near the top of the Window ) and then remove the checkmark from the box against 'Turn on fast start-up (recommended)'. Click the Save Settings button, then close any open windows and shutdown the notebook by right click the Start Menu icon, select Command Prompt (Admin) and click ?Yes? to the uac prompt. Type ( or copy and paste ) in the following command ( including spaces ) and hit enter. shutdown /s /t 0 Start the notebook and let Windows fully load for a couple of minutes before checking if it will now shutdown correctly from the Start Menu. If this has corrected the issue, it may be worth turning Fast Start-up back on ? sometimes just deleting and re-creating the file will resolve the problem. Regards, DP-K1 more replies
I have a lenove g40 bought it a few days ago. 2 days back i closed the lid while it was on and left it there i tried turning it on today and it didnt work, I replaced the battery and still no change no lights blink or anything, if you can please tell me how to hard reset this laptop it may be of some help.Thanks
Welcome to the Forums
As per the query we understood that you are facing issue with system not powering on in your Lenovo G40 laptop.
Try to perform power drain and check for the issue, disconnect all the external devices connected to the system, shutdown the system and remove the battery and power adapter . Now press and hold the power button for 30 seconds and connect only battery and adapter and try to power on the system.
Hope this helps. Do post back if the issue persists!
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My G40 (machine type 2384) will not power up with or without the battery in it. I don't have a spare battery and not sure whether I should just buy a battery. Could it be something else? Shouldn't the unit still power up as long as I am plugged into AC power with the power plug? Thanks, W
Welcome to the forum! Has your ThinkPad suddenly stopped working, or you just got it that way? Are you certain that the AC adapter is OK? Do you get any lights when you plug it in? Good luck and let us know.9 more replies
Currently have an HP Compaq Presario V6000 (V6210US) notebook. Notebook will not power on. Connected power adapter.
- Blue LED around the power port lights up. (without the battery inserted)
- Blue LED around the power port and the little icons on the front light up. (with batter inserted)
Tested the power adapter to verify that the voltage was in range, and it was.
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hello , can i use the laptop powersupply with aircraft 115v 400hz to use laptop during flight ,or not, if not , why?
Your laptop should have a battery so why don't you use it with that.... I don't know anything about aircrafts power supplys.... hope you'll find a better answer. Cheers
My HP Stream Notebook PC 11 11-d010na won't power up, AC led is white and pulses brighter white three times and this repeats. Power switch lights up but nothing else happens. Battery was about 75% when shut down last evening. Purchased March 2015.
Have you tried the hard reset procedure in the following HP document?http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Stream-11-Notebook-PC/7372144/model/7639703/document/c0471847...1 more replies
I'm cleaning up my old laptop [Sager] for sale and somehow manged to lose the icon monitoring power for the battery - seems like a simple problem but I can't find it! any ideas?
I believe the option is under the Power Settings/Options applet in the Control Panel for most version of Windows. Or you disabled it or the system tray in MSCONFIG you you were configuring things there.
My brand new notebook 15 pc wont power on. It has not turned on yet.More replies
I wanted to have an external remote power button on my netbook, therefore I opened it and managed to put 2 wires from the button inside. The external button works, but one big problem remains:
I cannot power UP the netbook when the lid is closed, even if I press the external remote power button?
Instead, when lid is opened, the remote button works perfectly!
Does anyone has any idea how to fix this?
Well, first of all, make sure that the laptop is outputting to your external screen. Then, if you don't want the laptop to sleep when the lid is closed, go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\System Settings and change the 'When I close the lid:' (Battery and Plugged in if you want) to Do Nothing.7 more replies
I have a Compaq pressario notebook 2170US in which Ive done something carlessly stupid.
I was attempting to plug my ac adapter in while not paying attention, and accidently plug it into my network port. Now it is completely dead when using battery or adapter. I know I've
blowned something not sure of what or what parts I should order. Your help is appreciated
A standard ethernet port would suffer only mechanical damage, not electrical damage in my view. Even then it would be surprising as the standard laptop DC jack is smaller than the opening of a network port.
Just tried it here and that is the case, perhaps you could be a little more specific about the nature of the port that you plugged the DC adaper jack into?
The network adapter may be combined with the modem card, or fully integrated with the motherboard. Unsure on that model.
If you have destroyed it somehow that I cannot imagine, then you may need to buy a PCMCIA network card, as repair of the motherboard may be uneconomic (replacement)
In March I posted about a notebook computer that when powered on, it immediately shuts back off within about two seconds, before anything even comes up on the screen. A few people suggested it was probably overheating, which I figured to be unlikely so I never bothered reapplying thermal compound.
I was recently given the notebook to sell on eBay as a laptop in need of repair. I had some extra time on my hands so I decided to take it apart, removed the old thermal compound, and applied some new Arctic Silver to both the CPU and GPU. I put it back together, hit the power button, and the same power issue still persists.
Does anyone have any other ideas? ...or should I just go ahead and sell it as a broken notebook?
Btw, the notebook is an HP Pavilion dv7-3060us.
Also, the battery clearly does not charge while the notebook is plugged in.
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Sorry for the CAPS in the tittle of the post. Noticed it but too late to change.
As mentionned in the description, my notebook got infected with Rootkit.gen.
Not sure if I should expose the problem here? Not very computer savy but i can follow instructions and i am not afraid of asking questions. English is not my first language so please be patient with me.
I am now using my desktop PC to write this.
AVAST antivirus detected the Rootkit on my LENOVO SE10e notebook running Windows XP and advised to send the infected files to the ''chest". We did but it kept reappering. Lot of things were not working anymore (Power supply, Internet access, the mouse, USB ports, other stuff). I checked the Device Manager and notice that lots of devices had an exclamation point in the yellow triangle.
I found that the firewall was disabled and that is probably the way the virus got in :-((
I was told to uninstall the one marked , then reinstalled. it worked for some, the exclam point disapeared.
I was then asked to reboot for changes to take effect and since then, impossible to reboot.
The system starts, I see the Lenovo logo, then it goes OFF after 1 or 2 seconds.
F1, F8. F11 have not effect .
I have tried to unplug , remove the battery, wait, replug. It gave me 4 seconds but still impossible to do anything.
I am really desperate. I feel so useless
Thanks , thanks, thanks for any help you could provide
God, that one mofo rootkit. When some of the devices got an exclamation mark. It must of destroyed an important computer part. Rendering the computer useless.4 more replies
I have a Bellagio laptop that runs windows xp. The system is a mix of German OS and American software. It has 220 power but can handle 110 or 230. My problem is that I am in Kuwait and I had it plugged in to a local power supply. I put it into standby mode using windows xp. I woke up in the morning, (no more than about 4 hours) and my computer was unplugged. I tried to turn my laptop and nothing. I have taken out the battery and put it back in and still nothing. Help, as this laptop has some information I need at work.
I just opened the case up to my Sony Vaio VGN S150 notebook attempting to fix a problem with the charge recepticle. (The plug - going into the notebook) would have to be wiggled in place to make a connection to charge the battery). After making an adjustment the notebook now appears to be charging just fine.
However, now it does not power up. When I press the "on" button, the "power on" led light indicator illuminates, my WLAN led illuminates, but the harddrive does not start up and it's LED light does not illuminate. Is there any way I could have knocked a wire loose that would have provided power to the HD?
When I removed the top half of the case, I disconnected the ribbon wire leading from the keyboard, and the smaller ribbon wire that I believe leads to the touchpad. I reconnected both, but since the system does not boot, I have no way of know whether or not these are making proper connections - but I am assuming they are.
Are there any other issues I could be overlooking?
you may have disturbed another connection
I was thinking about purchasing a power inverter for when I go on road trips and want to play DVDs on my notebook. (The kind that plugs into a cigarette lighter and has a 3-prong plug on the other end to plug my adapter into). However, I'm not really sure how many watts I need to power my notebook!
It has a 15" screen, and is a Compaq Presario M2000. I've been looking all over at the manuals and on the notebook, but the only clue I've seen so far is on the adapter, and it says "65W" under the input/output information. Is this the required watts? If not, can you give me an estimate?
I appreciate your help. Thanks!
have a look down this page - http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/r/cigar-lighter - you will see cigar lighte adapters for compaq
I'm sure there is one for you model
I have an older Toshiba T4200 that I use occassionally. Although the USB port is only 1.1 I use the USB port to connect a USB mouse and it works well.
I recently started using an external USB 2.5" hard drive that is powered via the USB port and it works well with my other (newer) PCs. However when I connected this external USB h.d. to the T4200 it looks like it blew the power to the USB port.
Now the USB mouse won't light up or work when it is connected. The USB drive still works OK on my other PCs. Other than the USB port not getting power the T4200 works fine.
So what happened to the T4200 and how can I fix it. I'm hoping there is a fuse or fusable link I can repair that powers the USB port.
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Hello, I recently received a laptop from a friend that won't boot anymore. When I press the power button nothing happens. Not even the power LED next to the power jack turns on. I am pretty sure that the power adapter is working because the voltmeter shows 19.9V. I have tried to remove the battery, disconnected the power adapter and pressed the power button for about 30 seconds.Then I plugged the power adapter back in and pressed the power buttton but nothing happened.Might there be a broken fuse on the laptops motherboard? Thank you in advance.More replies
A client of mine has a Hewlett Packard ze2000 which is DOA.
the AC Adpater has been tested and the Laptop worked perfect till the battery died, i have done a factory power reset and this hasnt helped, if anyone has any ideas it would be a great help...
Remove the battery from the laptop and see if the laptop powers up with the AC adapter only
I have a HP15-G023ne notebook which is just two years old. The PC will not run off of the battery, only on average power. When plugged in it shows as 'not charging' and power light flashes.. but when I run battery check in HP assist it passes the test and says battery is fine. what could cause this???More replies
I have a HP Pavillion n5350 notebook. When the computer is on you can hear it running, but can't see anything on the screen. I took off the keyboard and found that a little black 5 hole cable that connects from the base to the screen was broke. I have tried with no success getting a part number from HP, and cant find anywhere to buy such a cable. Are these standard cables, are there other resources outside HP to find them?
I was shadowing a network systems admin and he had to replace an LCD out of a DELL laptop. That cable you are talking about was permantly fixed to the new LCD screen.
I HAVE A LAPTOP THAT I BOUGHT IT NEW IN 2004. I'VE ALWAYS USED IT WITH THE POWER CORD WITH NO PROBLEMS BECAUSE I KEPT IT IN ONE PLACE. HOWEVER, THE LAST SIX MONTHS I'VE BEEN MOVING MY LAPTOP CONSTANTLY AND I'AM STILL USING THE POWER CORD. HERE IS WHERE MY PROBLEM BEGAN, NOW SOMETIMES MY COMPUTER TURNS ITSELF OFF LIKE IF THERE WAS NO POWER CORD CONNECTED TO IT. SOMETIMES IF I MOVE THE POWER CORD AROUND IT SEEMS LIKE IT MAKES CONTACT WITH COMPUTER AND IT STARS WORKING AGAIN BUT AS SOON AS I MOVE THE COMPUTER IT LOSES POWER AGAIN. IF SOMEONE PLEASE HELP TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM , THANK YOU, SINCERELY , ROD
It sounds like the plug in the back of the case is loose - if so, take it to a computer repair shop to see if they can fix it. If it's covered under a warranty, have them fix it under the warranty. Warranty repairs generally will cost several hundred (or more) dollars (they'll replace the motherboard) - the actual repair itself is usually under $100 (for the part and a bit of soldering). I understand that Dells are more difficult to repair than other laptops due to the construction of the motherboard and the manner of affixing the plug to it.2 more replies
Ive got a problem with my Compac Presario V2000 series notebook. The power meter is not displayed in the systray. Even if I go to ctrl panel power options and check the box against that particular setting.
What could be the reason?
Thanks in advance.
I am having a problem with my Gateway Solo 5300 XL notebook. I shut it down the other day, and when I tried to turn it back on it would not power on. I had the battery in and the ac adapter plugged in. I tried holding down the power button for 30 sec. and nothing happened. I also tried holding the power button down for 30 sec. with the battery and the ac adapter disconnected, then replacing them and trying to power it up, and yet again nothing happened. I am fresh out of ideas on how to fix this. Somebody please help. Thank you.
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So my computer is about 4 years old, it is a Sony Vaio PCG-984L.
I cannot charge the computer because there is a problem with the DC IN
i believe it is missing something that allows there to be a circuit between the power cord and the notebook but it appears to be missing.
you can see that the adapter chord has one metal stick
its supposed to go into some sort of contraption for that will give a current to the two sticks in the laptop.
also, this item fell out and i was able to charge the computer but had to press hard on the adapter. after a while it stopped charging. iff that info gives any help
so does something look as if it has broken off to you?
This notebook, a gift to my wife, suddenly will not power on. Pushing the on button does nothing. When the power adapter is plugged into the notebook the blue light is on so the adapter is working. I've tried pressing the ON button with the adapter attached, and without. I've held the ON button for over 10 seconds. I've pressed the ON and the volume up for over 10 seconds. I've pressed the ON and the volume down for over 10 seconds. There are no other buttons on this device. I took it to a local laptop repair facility. They would not work on it because it is a sealed unit with no obvious way to remove the battery or reset the device. I believe it was purchased, from the HP online store, in late 2013 or early 2014 but without the serial number I cannot check the warranty status. As a 35 year retiree with truly fond memories of HP I am surprised at how hard it is to get simple support. The support page will not let you get past entering a serial number and this is the first HP device of any kind I have ever seen that does not have the standard HP label on it. To get support I need the serial number. To get the serial number I need to power it up. To power it up I need support. I detect a loop.More replies
i got a pavilion DV6700 Notebook and its about hmm... 8-9 weeks old... and the power supply already has a poor connection from me using the laptop so much, it stops charging 1/2 the time, and sometimes you have to turn the plug left or right to get it in the right spot its a pain, i was wondering if theres anything i can do as far as self repairs, or getting a better replacement, maby i shoulda got a better computer cuz this really sucks my friend just bought a POS 600$ toshiba i think it was & its power supply is bulky secure and will probably never have a problem it appears... if anyone can help me out here i apprecaite it
8~9 weeks old?? Return it for warranty.
BTW I think what you are referring to is the pw connector NOT the pw supply which is internal.
I need to get past my power on password
Hi, Enter the wrong password three times, with the 8-digit display on the screen, generates one to unlock: https://bios-pw.org/1 more replies