Step 3: Open the Device Manager window and expand the batteries option and then right click on “Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery” and select the “Uninstall” option.
Step 4: Then after you complete it, click on Scan for Changes.
Also, this approach is suitable for Windows device.
So if you are currently working on Windows laptop, then you can try changing the settings of the battery of your device. Step 1: Click on Windows key icon and then open Control Panel.
Then remove the battery entirely and then again plugging it.
If your laptop powers correctly then the plugged in charging but not charging problem is due to the battery. Step 3: If your battery is removable, then remove it from the slot.
Cleaning the vents and removing the dust also helps in the process of charging.
You should try this method while the batteries and the power are plugged in.
Then follow the instructions prompted on the screen.
Step 4: Now shut down the computer and then restart it so that the updated driver works.