Why is my laptop battery showing 0 Available plugged in charging?


Check documents on compatibility, FAQs, upgrade information and available fixes.Windows 11 Support Center.

    • ×

      Information

      Need Windows 11 help?

      Check documents on compatibility, FAQs, upgrade information and available fixes.Windows 11 Support Center.

    • HP Community
    • Archived Topics
    • Notebooks Archive
    • 0% available (plugged in, charging)

    0% available (plugged in, charging)

    Options

    • Mark Topic as New
    • Mark Topic as Read
    • Float this Topic for Current User
    • Bookmark
    • Subscribe
    • Mute
    • Printer Friendly Page

    Create an account on the HP Community to personalize your profile and ask a question

    Your account also allows you to connect with HP support faster, access a personal dashboard to manage all of your devices in one place, view warranty information, case status and more.

    Sign in / Create an account

    Learn more

    Sign in / Create an account / Learn more

    This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.

    VibhorJain

    2 4 0

    44,602

    Level 1

    ‎04-12-2014 07:04 AM

    HP Recommended

    • Mark as New
    • Bookmark
    • Subscribe
    • Permalink
    • Print
    • Flag Post

    Hi,

     

    My HP Pavilion DM4 is showing 0% available (plugged in, charging).

    As soon as I disconnect AC, laptop turns off.

     

    I tried following but problem is still there:-

    1.) Switched off laptop.. Disconnected all wires. Pulled out battery from laptop keeps pressing power button for 30 seconds. Reconnected battery switched on Laptop and when the OS comes up. Issue is till seen.

     

    2.) In Windows 7, Under the Batteries category, Uninstalled “Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery”  and after that on the Device Manager taskbar, clicked Scan for hardware changes. After that device manager detects Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery component and reinstalls it. But even after that problem is not solved.

     

    Please help me out.

     

    Regards,

    Vibhor Jain

    Tags (2)

    • Tags:
    • Archived
    • source-board-id:Hardware

    View All (2)

    3 REPLIES 3

    TwoPointOh

    10,400 619 247

    44,572

    Retired

    ‎04-15-2014 11:33 AM – last edited on ‎03-06-2017 12:51 PM by

    OscarFuentes

    HP Recommended

    • Mark as New
    • Bookmark
    • Subscribe
    • Permalink
    • Print
    • Flag Post

    Hi VibhorJain, welcome to the HP Forums. If your battery is not powering the notebook, and will not charge there is likely hardware failure. This troubleshooting document will help you narrow down the cause: Battery Does not Power Notebook or Hold a Charge

    Let me know how it turns out.

    TwoPointOh
    I work on behalf of HP

    If you found this post helpful, you can let others know by clicking the “Accept as Solution” button. You can also show your appreciation, with a kudos, by clicking the “thumbs up” button!

    Tags (1)

    View All (1)

    Was this reply helpful? Yes No

    VibhorJain

    Author

    2 4 0

    44,553

    Level 1

    ‎04-21-2014 03:44 AM

    HP Recommended

    • Mark as New
    • Bookmark
    • Subscribe
    • Permalink
    • Print
    • Flag Post

    No It doesn’t turn out.

     

    I googled and tried some other scenario that solved the issue.

    I followed following:-

    1.) Windows is up and running and Laptop is on using AC with battery connected.

    2.) I turned the window off using shut down command.

    3.) Keeping Power Adaptor ON, I deattached the battery and after few seconds connected the battery again with Power Adaptor ON.

    4.) Now I turned On Laptop windows. Now I started charging and showing 3% available (plugged in, charging).

     

    I Hope this will help some other person.

     

    Regards,

    Vibhor Jain

    Was this reply helpful? Yes No

    fowadimami

    1 0 0

    39,075

    New member

    ‎09-16-2016 09:30 PM

    HP Recommended

    • Mark as New
    • Bookmark
    • Subscribe
    • Permalink
    • Print
    • Flag Post

    Thanks
    “0% available” battery issue resolved

    Was this reply helpful? Yes No

    This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.

    † The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation.

    Why my laptop is not charging above 0?

    Fix for the issue 0% available plugged in charging
    The issue might be in your battery or Adaptor or Motherboard. Remove the battery and start the laptop only with a power cord. If it does not turn on, the issue might be in the charger or power cord. You need to replace it.

    Why is my laptop not charging but says it’s plugged in?

    Make sure you have inserted the charging cable firmly into your laptop’s charging port. Then double-check its connection to the wall outlet—consider trying another socket in case the current one isn’t working. If you’re plugged into a power strip, try connecting directly to the wall outlet instead.



    Selengkapnya Disini

    Leave a Reply

    Alamat email Anda tidak akan dipublikasikan. Ruas yang wajib ditandai *