I have dell inspiron 3521, few days before my laptop was working fine. But suddenly "plugin not charging" message i got in tray. I also checked on Battery meter it showing "Battery charging disabled"
Attached is the screenshot of the Battery meter.
Try doing a system restore.
Update the BIOS and let us know how it goes.
Go to f2 menu and check for the ac adapter status .
Do we have another adapter or a battery to try.??
Do keep us posted.
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I have just upgraded to windows 10.
Did system restore.
In f2 Menu Ac Adapter type status Normal and its showing 90w.
I don't have another adapter & battery.
Its only happen when my battery level touches to 80-90% in between its shows the error of Plugin not charging. When I see in Battery Meter it showing Battery Charging disabled.
I have tried everything,
Pressing holding of Power button for 15 sec,
Then connecting the laptop without battery to Ac adapter,
Uninstalling Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery,
I don't what to do now,
Please help me
Suspecting battery is faulty. Is the machine under warranty?
My machine is out of warranty.
Can you give me alternate options.
Today while working in office it stuck to 94%, after that plugged in, not charging (Battery Charging Disabled)
I don't think my Battery is faulty.
For your info, I am attaching the Battery Status.
Please try the below steps and let us know how it goes.
Now check if it worked.
Do keep us posted
I did the above said procedure.
But I am still facing problem.
Now its 95% charged and same error, Plugged in, not charging.
Suspecting charging port and motherboard to be faulty. If you are based in India to request for a quote please contact Dell India Tech support. Regards
I have the same problem. Nothing is faulty. I can select the option to charge the battery to 100% one time, and it works. Otherwise, the battery slowly drains over a few months.
I see several questions about this, with no adequate answers. The one common thing I see is that everyone with the question has upgraded to Windows 10.