How do I fix 255% plugged in?

How do I fix 255% plugged in? 

Go to your manufacturer’s website and update the power controller driver (if available) and also all the other drivers like chipset, etc. Finally, update the BIOS and restart the system.

What causes a laptop to say plugged in but not charging? 

Common culprits include a faulty motherboard, damaged charging circuits, and malfunctioning battery sensors. Your particular make and model of laptop will likely have its own unique issues, and a seasoned tech support operator will have seen all of them.

Why no battery is detected? 

The “No battery is detected” issue is most likely caused by corrupted battery drivers. In this case, you could resolve this issue by either restarting or reinstalling the battery drivers. Let’s take a look at how you can restart the battery drivers: Press Win + X and select Device Manager from the options.

How do you reset a laptop battery charger? 

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What does resetting a laptop battery do?

Resetting the battery causes the smart sensor in the battery to reconnect to the laptop itself, allowing for a more accurate power reading – and in certain systems, resetting will allow the laptop to fully interface with and make use of the battery by ensuring that it is fully compatible with the system.