Sometimes your Windows 11/10 laptop may give an error message No battery found. There can be several reasons why this error occurs. Here are some easy steps to help you resolve this issue No battery found on your Windows laptop.
No battery is detected on Windows laptop
As mentioned earlier, there can be several reasons for this No battery found Error. You can try the following fixes, and one of them should work for you.
- Check the power adapter
- Open the battery compartment and clean it
- Update battery-related drivers on your laptop
- Run the Power Troubleshooter
- Run the Energy Efficiency Diagnostic Tool.
Let’s take a closer look at each of these corrections.
1]Check the AC adapter
This should be the first and most important step in resolving the issue No battery found on a Windows laptop. The AC adapter may be loose or not working. Check if the laptop is charging with another power adapter.
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2]Open the battery compartment and clean it
If you are sure that the AC adapter is working properly, try removing the battery from its compartment. If the laptop is dropped, reconnecting the battery will solve the problem. When opening the battery compartment, clean it with a dry cloth. Accumulated dust can also create barriers to battery charging.
3]Update your portable drivers
Updating your portable drivers can also work wonders. Go to the Start menu and open Device Manager. Click the scroll bar for the Batteries option to see the subsections it contains. You will see the following subsections under Batteries:
- Microsoft power adapter
- Microsoft Surface ACPI compliant control method battery
Right-click on each of these items and click Uninstall device.
This will uninstall each of the battery related devices.
Now remove the battery from the laptop and reconnect it after some time. Then connect the AC adapter to the laptop and start charging it.
Then restart your laptop and it will automatically reinstall these two drivers. Now see if the problem is resolved.
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4]Run Power Troubleshooter
If you have Windows 10 laptops, you can troubleshoot laptop power settings. Press the Windows key + I and navigate to Find an option domain. Tap “Power Troubleshooting” and you will see the following option.
Click on this option and you will see the Power Troubleshooter open.
click on Follow and follow the instructions in the window. After the changes, restart your laptop.
5]Run the Energy Efficiency Diagnostic Tool
The power efficiency diagnostic tool provides you with a complete battery consumption analysis and can help you find the problem. To get the battery report, type the following command at the command prompt:
The report is generated and saved in the file path. This path is mentioned in the command prompt.
Try one of these options and see if the battery issue is resolved on your laptop.
Associated error message: Your battery has had a permanent fault and needs to be replaced.