Cannot Charge Repair

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Why Laptop
Cannot Charge Battery ?

  • Water Damage
  • MotherBoard Hardware Issue
  • Battery Faulty
  • Charging Port Faulty
  • Charger Faulty 

laptop cannot charge troubleshoot

When your laptop cannot charge, it can be a frustrating experience, as it limits your mobility and productivity. However, there are several troubleshooting steps you can follow to identify and potentially resolve the issue. Here are some common solutions to troubleshoot a laptop that is not charging:

  1. Check the Basics:

    • Ensure that the power adapter is properly connected to both the laptop and the power source. Check for any loose connections or frayed cables.
    • Try plugging the power adapter into a different power outlet or socket to rule out a faulty outlet.

  2. Inspect the Power Adapter:

    • Examine the power adapter for any signs of damage, such as frayed cables, bent pins, or burn marks. If you notice any issues, replace the power adapter with a compatible one.

  3. Verify the Charging Indicator:

    • Look for a charging indicator light on your laptop. It is usually located near the power button or on the side of the laptop. If the light is not turning on or is flickering, it could indicate a problem with the power supply or charging circuitry.

  4. Remove External Devices:

    • Disconnect any external devices or peripherals connected to your laptop, such as USB devices or docking stations. Sometimes, these devices can draw excessive power and prevent proper charging.

  5. Perform a Hard Reset:

    • Shut down your laptop and disconnect it from the power adapter. Remove the battery (if possible) and hold down the power button for about 15-20 seconds. Then, reinsert the battery (if applicable) and connect the power adapter. Turn on the laptop and check if it charges.

  6. Update Battery Drivers:

    • Outdated or incompatible battery drivers can cause charging issues. Go to the manufacturer’s website and download the latest battery drivers for your laptop model. Install the drivers and restart your laptop to see if it resolves the problem.

  7. Reset the Power Management:

    • Resetting the power management settings can help resolve charging issues. To do this, open Device Manager, expand the “Batteries” category, right-click on the battery, and select “Uninstall device.” Restart your laptop, and Windows will reinstall the battery driver with default settings.

  8. Test with Another Power Adapter:

    • If possible, borrow a power adapter from a friend or colleague who has a similar laptop model. Connect the borrowed power adapter to your laptop and see if it charges. If it does, it indicates a problem with your original power adapter, and you may need to replace it.

  9. Contact Manufacturer Support:

    • If none of the above steps resolve the issue, it’s advisable to reach out to the laptop manufacturer’s customer support or take your laptop to Esmond Service Centre. They can provide further assistance and diagnose any potential hardware-related problems.


Remember, if your laptop is still under warranty, it’s best to consult the manufacturer or authorized service center for repair or replacement options. They can guide you through the necessary steps to resolve the charging issue and ensure the safety and reliability of your device.

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