Alienware m17x r3 battery plugged in not charging

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I freshly bought a offered M17X R3 from a friend and am receiving the message of "plugged in not charging". I have done whatever I have the right to think of at this suggest so I"m reaching out. Tried so far: BIOS upday, power drain (dislinked cord and battery, holding power for 30), went into BIOS and also unplugged re-plugged AC adapter, brand-new battery and also cord, unset up the Microsoft ACPI-compliant control method battery driver. Still receiving the error message. Any help would be a lot appreciated.


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Because you already sassist you tried a new battery and also a brand-new charger cord (which would certainly have been my initially suggestions) I would not repeat that. However before, considering that you don"t mention the kind of battery and charger cord you obtained, I will have to. The reason being that if you got aftersector ones, it is entirely possible that they won"t fix the problem (and also will not work-related appropriately in your device) leading you to think they aren"t the resolve once it fact they could be. I have seen a lot of problems with laptops and aftermarket components, so if that is the sort of battery and/or charger you obtained, I would certainly look into getting the ideal ones from the manufacturer rather.Now if you already actually got those, then well, no point in repeating.
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If that didn"t/doesn"t fix the issue, you may want to check out if it is a charging circuit worry. If you are familiar via the inside of the device, then you need to be good experimentation this out. However if you aren"t, then it can seem daunting and you may desire to take it to someone to have it looked at.