Battery not found in power management screen charge light goes out
This issue has been posted on here before but no answer thtat fixed this issue was ever posted. AC adaptor, bios update and new battery all do not fix this problem
I replaced the battery but my charge light will go out after a few seconds.
If I remove and reinsert the battery the charge light will come on but then just go out again.
The battery meter doesn't see the battery but if I unplug the AC power the laptop stays running so it is being power by the battery.
I cleaned the contacts on the battery and laptop but it didn't help.
Comment by xlh1460, posted on Jan 20, 2008
I thought that might be it so I updated the BIOS. 9.30 was the newest I could find (I created a bootable CD) but that didn't help.
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Hi Carmen- I am experiencing the same issue with my 2 DIgilux 1 camera, after a long time of not using them. In fact, One of them had a broken lens motor for the longest time and that seems to have fixed itself. I have 2 new batteries on order to see if thtat resolves.
Please disconnect power cord. Remove battery. Hold down power button for a minute and connect power cord. If not working, please go to device manager and update display adapter or scan the computer with antispyware program. o remove malware/adware/spyware: Please scan your computer using free version of Superantispyware. http://www.superantispyware.com/ Please run quick scan.
THIS IS THE SOLUTION AND IT WILL TAKE 90 SECONDS TO FIX
Power management software in Windows Vista
Understanding battery charging issues If
the notebook battery 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 battery is charging.
Just to be clear this is not a fix for screen problems, this is a
fix for a problem that prevents the laptop from booting at all. The
laptop would not even attempt a POST and so would not even get as far as
trying to output anything to the display.
I'm no expert but just wanted to share a fix that worked for me.
For me it was a problem with the laptop not coming out of hibernation
properly and completely freezing, the only option was to power off. On
reboot nothing would happen, the screen would not even be initialised so
it is nothing to do with the screen.
I can only theorise what the problem may be. As the solution is to
remove the power lead, remove the battery and hold down the power button
it would seem to be an issue with the laptop retaining some residual
charge which is preventing the laptop from booting. I've heard of other
poeple who have managed to fix this by simply letting the battery run
out and then leave it overnight, this will again dissipate any residual
charge but is just a much slower way of doing it. Holding the power
button down with no power sources attached will dissipate this charge
and allow the laptop to boot when a power source is reattached.
Unfortunately if the laptop boots and the screen is blank then it is
a different issue, if the image on the screen is faint it is most
likely a problem with the backlight and in these instances this fix will
not work. Before posting this I thought this was an isolated incident
but there have been so many replies it would appear to be a more common
issue than I thought and works on many different models, not just the
DV6599 that I've tried it on
How can you tell if it's fully charged if it wont turn on? If your answer is that the light wont come on try to charge it, you're a few IQ points below average.
It's likely that the screen is either dead, or the battery is dead. Not just drained, the batteries inside the DS can die after awhile. There are plenty of sites that sell replacement batteries, use google to find them
Could be many things, frequently hardware issue or loose ram...
Please note the HP support page for your system here. Then see the troubleshooter for your error here. or here.
If it's just the display that's not coming up, see here. (Also see this bulletin.)
Other possible boot error solutions here.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!
Hello my friend,
Try to check your battery if the is it working normal cause sometimes the battery itself has the problem its either lost contact or the battery is not charging or not normal. also try to see if the the the sensor or that links the battery to the software which is responsible to the update of charging energy is functioning normal but this is a rare possibility try to focus on the battery or the connector or power cord.
Hope this will able to help solve you problem.
If you need more assistance just reply to this post.
it could be either battery or charger, If the charger isn't supplying enough power it will fool the phone..
some 3rd party batteries and cheapo chargers can cause all sorts of problems like this.
best way to test is charge your phone by usb, it takes longer but will give you some idea of weather its the battery or charger.
Make sure that the box at the bottom of the power management window (dont charge by usb) is set to off. Also for best results remove any other usb devices from the computer this will leave more power for the phone.