Windows 8.1 Laptop 'plugged in, charging' but stays at 0%

#1
Guys, I own a Sont Vaio Fit 15 notebook. It's just 8 months old but all of a sudden, yesterday my laptop is not charging at all. It says plugged in and charging but even after 2 hours it remains at 0% and when I unplug the charger, it shuts off instantly. Is my battery gone?? Before this problem occurred I had restarted it like 30+ times while trying installing synaptics drivers. Also I let it drain completely to 0%. And then the problem occurred when I tried to charge it after draining fully. Did draining fully or maybe so much restarts damage the battery??



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davidhk129

Senior Member
#2
While it is still under warranty, take it back to where you bought it and ask for a battery replacement.
Don't tell them what you did. Just say it won't charge.

Do NOT drain the battery completely to 0%. That "old" practice no longer applicable to nowadays new lithium-ion or lithium-polymer batteries.
 


#3
While it is still under warranty, take it back to where you bought it and ask for a battery replacement.
Don't tell them what you did. Just say it won't charge.

Do NOT drain the battery completely to 0%. That "old" practice no longer applicable to nowadays new lithium-ion or lithium-polymer batteries.
I mistakenly drained it to 0%. I ignored the low battery warning, and showed laziness for plugging the charger. And it drained. Very big mistake.. Sigh..
 


#4
do not let it drain to 0% and do not charge it up right to 100% the sweet are is between 10 and 90 % ; )

on topic: since we can suspect a hardware problem, making use of the warranty (which you have as we assume)
 


#5
do not let it drain to 0% and do not charge it up right to 100% the sweet are is between 10 and 90 % ; )

on topic: since we can suspect a hardware problem, making use of the warranty (which you have as we assume)
Yup. It's under warrenty and I'll use that. And by the way, it was first time I let it drain to 0%, and the battery got hurt..
 


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