Plugged in, not charging Windows 7 solution : Jeffrey Palermo (.com) I recently had the popular problem of Windows 7 battery manager malfunctioning and not charging my battery when plugged in.
The battery was fine, the power supply was fine, and the motherboard was fine (I have enough laptops with the same specs in the Headspring office, and I was able to swap out parts to isolate the problem). I also searched for this problem online, and many folks are having this problem with all makes of laptop computers. I found the steps that solved my problem here on the TechNet forums. There are multiple solutions proposed, and here are the steps that fixed it for me: Disconnect AC Shutdown Remove battery Connect AC Startup Under the Batteries category, right-click all of the Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery listings, and select Uninstall (it’s ok if you only have 1). Please comment if this fixes your problem so that others can solve their problem sooner.
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Plugged in, Not Charging. Is the most recent BIOS installed?
Boot into the BIOS. Under power management check the battery. Is it reported OK? Exit and restart. You may want to install the Dell Quickset software. Try this from Dell for the E1705. The links are for 32-bit Vista E1705 which will work in Win 7 32-bit. Laptop manufacturers design and engineer the hardware to their own specifications. OS bashing does not shine well on the basher. The problem with troubleshooting is that trouble shoots back.