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    Hi. This thread isn't solved yet right (or is it)? Please help me too, us. I'm having this same, exact problem with my Asus X200CA. Except that I have a non-removable laptop battery. Please, I need this laptop for studying.

    Edit: Sorry for replying on a month old thread. This is the only one I found which is exactly as my problem.
    Last edited by benjo; 11-18-2014 at 04:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjo View Post
    Hi. This thread isn't solved yet right (or is it)? Please help me too, us. I'm having this same, exact problem with my Asus X200CA. Except that I have a non-removable laptop battery. Please, I need this laptop for studying.

    Edit: Sorry for replying on a month old thread. This is the only one I found which is exactly as my problem.
    benjo, actually this thread was started 7 months ago

    These forums are for ROG laptops. I did a search on your model number, and only your post showed up.

    You say the battery isn't removable, but I did a google search and found a number of places offering replacement batteries

    https://www.google.com/search?q=asus...x-a&channel=sb

    If the laptop is still under warranty, you can file a Technical Inquiry to Asus telling them of the problem, and ask for an RMA to fix the problem. It might not be the battery, it might be the charging circuit and so getting a replacement battery wouldn't fix that problem.

    https://vip.asus.com <== create a login, register your laptop, and file the Technical Inquiry asking for RMA to fix the laptop/battery.

    IDK if Asus has a forum for your laptop anywhere else, but the only other place I know of, I use it for motherboard support, doesn't have a laptop section.

    http://vip.asus.com/forum/default.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

    You might ask Asus in your Technical Inquiry if they have a support forum for your laptop

    Good luck!

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    Works for me!

    Quote Originally Posted by hmscott View Post
    Chris, this method worked for me, it happened on my JW, and after doing this, the problem didn't come back.

    Go into the Device Manager, Expand the Batteries group, Right click on the Microsoft ACPI-Compliant...Method Battery, select uninstall and after it uninstalls, click on the Action tab, select scan for Hardware Changes.

    Then reboot. Let us know if that fixes it
    This worked for me. I found that if I uninstalled then scanned for hardware changes it started the charging cycle but stopped after less than a minute and remained on 0% available. The trick was to uninstall, scan for hardware then shut the lid as soon as the charging cycle started, putting the laptop top sleep. This was enough to establish the charging cycle and now I have a fully charged battery again. Brilliant! This is my 2nd replacement battery and I could have saved myself the expense and inconvenience had I known about this technique. Thank you.

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    Old thread but i thought I'd answer

    If the uninstall/reinstall of the battery drivers does not work, you need a new battery...Other solutions DON'T work (there are a couple of them online)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flotterz View Post
    This worked for me. I found that if I uninstalled then scanned for hardware changes it started the charging cycle but stopped after less than a minute and remained on 0% available. The trick was to uninstall, scan for hardware then shut the lid as soon as the charging cycle started, putting the laptop top sleep. This was enough to establish the charging cycle and now I have a fully charged battery again. Brilliant! This is my 2nd replacement battery and I could have saved myself the expense and inconvenience had I known about this technique. Thank you.

    Hi there. I did that part uninstall the battery from device manager then after i uninstall it my laptop was turned off. After the reboot, the battery status stayed at 0% and it says "charging" and the battery that ive uninstalled was restored. Please help

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