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    Hi guys,

    So my laptop's got the 'plugged in, not charging' issue. I've already tried the method where you uninstall the Microsoft Compliant driver thing, and it did work when I rebooted the computer. But when I unplugged it and plugged it back in, the same problem was there again :confused:

    Any help would be great
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    (Original post by lighterthanAyer)
    Hi guys,

    So my laptop's got the 'plugged in, not charging' issue. I've already tried the method where you uninstall the Microsoft Compliant driver thing, and it did work when I rebooted the computer. But when I unplugged it and plugged it back in, the same problem was there again :confused:

    Any help would be great
    Is it recognised on the computer as plugged in?

    Is the light on the charging brick on?

    Is the power socket loose?

    Have you tried a different wall socked?
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    (Original post by dathtom)
    Is it recognised on the computer as plugged in?

    Is the light on the charging brick on?

    Is the power socket loose?

    Have you tried a different wall socked?
    1) It is when I turn it on, but once I unplug it then plug it back in it says 'not charging' but the charging sign does pop up.

    2) My charging brick doesn't have a light lol (Fujitsu laptop btw)

    3) No.

    4) Yes
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    (Original post by lighterthanAyer)
    1) It is when I turn it on, but once I unplug it then plug it back in it says 'not charging' but the charging sign does pop up.

    2) My charging brick doesn't have a light lol (Fujitsu laptop btw)

    3) No.

    4) Yes
    Try going into power management settings and see if anything is amiss there, and you could try re-install your laptop charging drivers (if there are any).

    Give us a shout if your unsure about that,

    Tom
 
 
 
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