No Battery Is Detected Vista Hp Pavilion [UPDATED]
Step 01. Click on the Start ButtonStep 02. Type "Device Manager" in the start search box & open the Device ManagerStep 03. Look for Batteries and expand it by click on the + symbol on the leftStep 04. Right Click on "Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery" & uninstallNote: This Battery driver will get reinstalled automatically when you restart the Notebook againStep 05. Please Shutdown the NotebookStep 06. Please remove the Battery and unplug the Power AdapterStep 07. Press and Hold the Power Button for full 1 MinuteStep 08. Go ahead and put back the Battery and connect the Power AdapterStep 09. Look for "battery not detected" message on the Battery icon
No battery is detected vista hp pavilion
Hi guys, i need a serious help here, i have same problem but in different way, i have toshiba M 300 satellite laptop, working on Window vista, 2 week back in morning i woke up and turn on the lappy , after 10 mins its turn off itself without any warning , i called to toshiba customer care , he told me the steps of power drainage . i did this but no positive result, then i took my lappy to toshiba service center , they told me they will take 2 days to diagnose ,then i took it to local service center (not toshiba). they took 4 hours to diagnose and told that there is sumthing burnt in motherboard, they fixed it, laptop was working fine , but i plugged in AC adapter it was not charging by original adapter , on compatible adapter it shows plugged in ,not charging, i brought my laptop to back home, i tried with original charger, and i found that its charging the battery only if i withdraw the battery and put it again, and once the battery is 100% , it will charge(shows light thats its plugged in), but once it less than 90% ,plugged in light wont come on computer. i want to ask u guys , is this is a hardware problem or software, as even tech at repair center told me that i have seen this problem first time, please tell me some possible solutions..........
I can explane what the problem is and why it appears to be a fault in vista. If the power supply is slightly damaged, like the burnt out bit in moondags case or a slight nick in the power cable then the full voltage required wont be supplied to the laptop. The laptop will still work but wont be able to do everything at once due to lack of power. It needs 100% to both charge the battery and run windows and more so the screen display, if its only recieving say 80% power vista knows it cant do everything and so tells the laptop to use all available power to run the laptop and forget about charging the battery as its less inportant. Thats why if you turn off the laptop or run in bios the battery starts to charge again as less power is needed overall and theres enought spare to start charging again.
I've had my pavilion for about a year and a half when I noticed that it said "plugged in, not charging". I'm not actually loosing any battery power when I have it plugged in, but it doesn't charge the battery at all, just keeps it at the same percentage. I did some intense Googling on it after I checked my power cord and all of that jazz. At one point, shutting down my computer and taking out the battery for a few minutes and then starting it up on just the battery worked... for about 10 minutes. As I went to post a "this is what seemed to fixed the problem for me", it stopped working. Very frustrating. I also tried uninstalling the Control Method Battery from under the Device Manager. That didn't work either.
I have had this issue as well with a Dell laptop next to some other severe issues. To solve the battery issue I had to replace the charger to a different model. Next to that I had my network dropping all the time ( -US/itprovistaie/thread/2c31cb4e-119b-443b-8058-099106d84435/) so I decided to go back to XP what has been working fine until I decided by a week ago to upgrade again to Vista OS. I need to develop for websites and MS has restricted IE9 for vista and above which forced me to have Vista again. Now I have a previous very stable laptop that has become a pain in the...
I have read a lot of posts that have said that this is solely a vista problem. Not true! I have windows 7 on a toshiba satellite L636, and this same problem has been driving me bonkers... I tried the battery trick ( You know, the same way you get a Nintendo 64 cartridge to work), and it is only a temporary fix. I tried the Device Manager solution, and this works a little longer than the battery trick, but it still goes bad after a couple hours or days. Lately I did something, and it has worked fine. just by using the battery method. I do realize that it is most definitely not a hardware issue, but a software accessibility issue. Going into the battery and power options gives no options to fix this.
My pavilion has the same problem. I hat the BOOTMGR error, so i reinstalled vista and it would not work. I had a new motherboard installed, and it did not work. BIOS reset did not work for me. Place the recovery disc, and press f10 on the boot screen. Change the BIOS to CD Rom and it fixed it. Hope this helps.
i am using hp pavilion dv3 entertainment noot book.i baught it 3 month ago. when battery 100% chareged. after 24 hours when i pluged in the laptop with AC adopter then instead of 100% the battery indicators is 90%. i am using window 7 home . looking forward to hear form you regards 350c69d7ab