IBM Laptop Battery Status: “Plugged in, not charging”

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  • Ad ID: 1519

  • Added: 28 September 2021

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As others have

mentioned, Lenovo recently made it so that third party batteries will not

charge in their laptops. I took a chance and, surprise, this Laptop Battery Lenovo G570 did not charge in my Laptop from

July 2011. And Lenovo no longer carries a replacement battery for that model. I

was about to lose hope when somehow I found a workaround. This battery is now

charging perfectly and I couldn’t be happier. From […] :

IBM Laptop Battery Status: “Plugged in, not charging”

If you are getting the “Plugged in, not charging” status on your laptop

battery, please following the steps below:

Shutdown laptop

Unplug AC adapter

Remove battery

Plug in AC adapter

Turn on laptop, allow operating system (OS) to boot

Once logged in to the machine, perform a normal shut down

Unplug AC adapter

Replace battery

Plug in AC adapter

Turn on laptop, allow OS to boot

Status should now say, “Plugged in and charging”

IBM Laptop Battery Status in Windows7: “Plugged in, not charging”

If you are running Windows 7 operating system and are getting the “Plugged in,

not charging” status on your laptop battery, please following the steps

below:

Unplug AC adapter.

Shutdown laptop

Remove battery

Plug in AC Adapter

Start Windows7

Remove Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery:

Go to START > Devices and Printers > Admin PC > Hardware

Select Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery

Click Properties > Change Settings > Driver > Uninstall > OK >

Uninstall

Shutdown laptop

Unplug AC Adapter

Replace battery

Plug in AC Adapter

Turn on laptop, allow Windows7 to boot

Status should now say, “Plugged in and charging”

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