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If the battery is not charging,it can be that the battery itself works properly,but the system doesn't indicate that
the battery is charging. in order to fix this problem,you will need to reinstall the battery management software by
using Device Manager 1.Open Device Manager Right click on My Computer->select Properties->click Hardware tab->click Device Manager or if you're using Vista or windows 7,type "device" on the Start menu and select Device Manager 2.Expand the Batteries category 3.Under the Batteries category, right-click the Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery listing, and select
Uninstall . WARNING: Do not remove the Microsoft AC Adapter driver or any other ACPI compliant driver. 4. On the Device Manager taskbar, click Scan for hardware changes. Please let me know if it's works or not and thanks for using fixya
The motherboard has charging circuits built in to regulate the charge to the main battery, in rare causes it fails leaving a choice to attempt a repair or replace the motherboard. I suspect this is what has happened to your system.
if it is the original stuff used...and nothing is changed..then try to install the battery driver so that it will be able to recognize the charger ..o r...you will have to get a new battery cause this one might be dead!..(you may take in counting a bad contact ...but if the battery works by itself when it does charge...it means that its not a contact problem ..but just a new battery needed...)
Understanding battery charging issues If the <a href="http://www.laptopbatteryinc.com.au/dell-xps-m1530.html">dell xps m1530 battery</a> is not charging or the notebook does not indicate that the battery is charging, the most likely scenario is that the battery itself is operating correctly, but its power management software may have become corrupt. In order to correct the problem, you will need to uninstall and reinstall the power management software by using the Device Manager. This document will explain how to uninstall and reinstall the ACPI Battery listings in Windows Vista, as well as how to obtain and install updated BIOS files, if needed to correct other battery issues. Uninstalling and reinstalling power management software in Windows Vista In order to correct problems with the battery's power management software, follow the steps below. 1. Click Start and type device in the search field, then select Device Manager . 2. Expand the Batteries category. 3. Under the Batteries category, right-click the Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery listing, and select Uninstall . WARNING: Do not remove the Microsoft AC Adapter driver or any other ACPI compliant driver. 4. On the Device Manager taskbar, click Scan for hardware changes . Alternately, select Action > Scan for hardware changes . Windows will scan your computer for hardware that doesn't have drivers installed, and will install the drivers needed to manage your battery's power. The notebook should now indicate that the <a href="http://www.laptopbatteryinc.com.au">laptop battery</a> is charging.
This is the only place I could find this driver, you will need to become a member in order to download this.
Please contact your system vendor for an updated bios. If you are unable to obtain an updated bios or the latest bios supplied by your vendor is not ACPI compliant, you can turn off ACPI mode during text mode setup. To do this, simply press the F7 key when you are prompted to install storage drivers. The system will not notify you that the F7 key was pressed - it will silently disable ACPI and allow you to continue your installation."
RESOLUTION Manually install the Standard PC hardware abstraction layer (HAL): 1. Reboot the computer to restart Setup. 2. When Setup starts again, press F7 when you see the "Press F6 if you need to install a third-party SCSI or RAID driver" screen. Windows automatically disables the installation of the ACPI HAL and installs the Standard PC HAL. You should also contact the manufacturer of your computer to obtain a BIOS that is fully ACPI compliant
THE SWITCH IN THE BATTARY COPARTMENT HOT ALLOWING THE BATTERY TO CHARGE OR BE RECONGNISED THAT A BATTERY IS INSTALLED, THERE IS NO WAY THAT YOU HAVE TO BATTERIES WITH THE SAME PROBLEM, THE RELAY SWITCH THAT SHUTS DOWN THE POWER FROM THE WALL INORDER TO CHARGE THE BATTERY IS THE PROBLEM, IT MAYBE SOFTWARE DRIVEN BUT I REALLY THINK IT IS A SOFTWARE ISSUE, HARDWARE AND A SWITCH THE POWER CONNECTION TO THE BATTERY CONVERT IS IN OPT OR NOT WORKING PROPERLY. I DONT HAVE THE RIGHT TERMINOLOGY, BUT SOMEONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO HELP YOU RESOLVE THAT ISSUE THE GEEKS AT BEST BUY, OR STAPLES IF THE HAVE A TECHN ON SITE, FRYS ELECTRONIC, EGGHEAD SERVICE CENTER, EVEN WHERE YOU BOUGHT IT SHOULD HELP YOU RESOLVE THIS BIG PROBLEM.
This may be a battery power monitor issue. Try disabling the "Mircosoft ACPI- Compliant Control Method Battery" device. This is located in Control Panel-->System-->Hardware Tab-->Device Manager-->Batteries. Had similar problem with 2 Acer Aspire series laptops (diff models). 2 and 3 year old. Original batteries (both still hold charges for 1.5 hrs of normal usage). Running WinXP, one with SP2 and other had SP3. Both came in the last month with slow jerky TPAD function and nearly non responsive keyboard access. Checked the usual; virus, spyware, hijacking, driver conflict etc. Cloned drive and factory installed..still same problem with kb & mouse. However an external USB keyboard and mouse functioned normally (no lag). Noticed with Battery removed kb & mouse was normal. Finally found disabling ACPI control battery device resolved this issue while allowing laptop to run on either battery or AC.