The problem of not charging the battery in a laptop while it is connected to electricity is a very common problem, which usually occurs due to a malfunction in the charging cable or the laptop port. Certainly, this problem will prevent you from using your laptop as you will not be able to charge it again after the battery runs out, but fortunately there are many very effective solutions to this problem that have been tried on many devices and have shown remarkable success in solving the problem, These solutions mainly relate to the external parts of the laptop or “hardware” including the charger, cable, port, power source, etc., and the problem may occur due to an error in the laptop itself, “the software”, but this only happens rarely, and while Below we discuss with you the best solutions for the battery not charging issue and it is connected to get rid of this problem completely.
Make sure the cables are properly connected
As a first step in solving the problem of not charging the battery in the laptop, it is essential to make sure that the cables are properly connected, as often there is a problem with the cable itself, which is what leads to the laptop not charging. Check the charging port on your laptop and make sure it is properly connected. Also, make sure the cable is properly connected to the power source in the wall. You have to check the connections in the power adapter, which appears in the previous picture, as sometimes it may not be connected well, especially when it is tightened strongly, etc.
Tip: Try to connect any other device cable such as a mobile phone charger or Alcatel to the same power source, to ensure that it is working properly.
Disassemble and reinstall the battery
If the cables are working properly connected and there are no problems, then we move on to the second part of solving the problem, which is the part about the laptop battery. At first, disconnect the battery and remove it from the laptop completely, but make sure that the laptop is not connected to electricity during this process. After that, press the power button for 5 seconds, and now connect the cable to the laptop and the electricity, then try to turn on the laptop “without putting the battery.”
If your laptop is running, the problem is probably the battery. Try to install the battery in the laptop again, and make sure to install it properly, and then make sure whether the battery is charging or not, if the problem is not resolved, this means that the battery is damaged and may need to be replaced.
Make sure you are using the correct charger and port
The problem could be with the laptop’s charger, and for this you have to make sure that you are using the original charger for the laptop, and you should connect it to the correct charging port. In many devices, there is only one port to charge the battery, but in modern devices, a USB-C port may be used to charge the battery, so make sure to use the correct port, as some ports are intended for data transfer only and not for charging the laptop.
Reduce the use of resources
Sometimes the problem of not charging the battery while it is connected may be caused by the problem of large consumption of the laptop and not due to wires or ports, etc., as when you run a lot of powerful programs, this causes the laptop to overheat and thus the fan works faster in order to cool it down. , Which leads to more power consumption. In order to solve this problem, open the task manager by clicking on (Ctrl + Shift + Esc), then check the programs that consume great resources and close them. You can also turn off the laptop completely to cool down and then turn it on again and plug it in.