Question about Dell Inspiron N5030 Notebook PC
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Dell Laptop Battery Not Charging When Plugged In?
If your Dell latitude e5500 battery is plugged in but not charging or Dell inspiron n5010 battery not recognized, what should you do now?
1. First, you should check whether Latitude e5500 battery 9cell 6cell you bought is compatible with your original battery type and your laptop model.
2. Computer's CMOS cann't identify the battery, you need to re-plug the battery, or the next computer upgrade or restore the CMOS settings, and the computer set to identify the hardware interface automatically.
3. Maybe the charging chip of computer's motherboard was damaged, it cann't charge the battery, you need to change a new chip on the motherboard.
4. You could run a BIOS UPDATE will help if you have the latest nstalled.
5. Dell studio 1558 battery or Dell studio pp39l battery not charging fully when zero voltage or low voltage in local circumstances. You'd better discharged the battery completely, then slow charge more than 10 hours to activate the battery.
6. Check whether the Dell ac power adapter works normally, maybe this is the power cord problem. If your laptop battery won't charge, you can try jiggled the plug connection at the laptop, perhaps the cord had one loose connection at the barrel plug, it is easy to fix.
7. Maybe battery is damaged during using or transit. You need to change a new battery.
8. Maybe battery for Dell inspiron n5010 was used for a long time, battery life is limited, you need to change a new battery.
If your Dell latitude e5500 laptop battery stops charging or not holding charge: The most likely, cheapest, and fastest way to solve this problem is to keep laptop plugged in and charging, turn your machine off, take out battery, restart, then reinstall the battery, turn on. Hopefully this works for everyone , if not, you honestly probably do need a new battery.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
Request you to try following the below steps which might help:
(1)Check if the AC Adaptor gets detected in BIOS (F2 at startup).
(2)Check on the status bar for any messages like "Plugged in charging", "Not connected", etc.
(3)Try using a known good AC Adaptor and check if that helps.
Thanks and Regards.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
Replace the battery
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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