My acer nitro 5 wont charge?

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Ive tried everything restarting, uninstalling the driver, enabling and disabling the driver but it wont charge...any acer nitro 5 users have this issue?

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  • 1 month ago

    check the battery. after that, check the power supply's voltage output. beyond that, take it to a technician

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  • 1 month ago

    What driver are you talking about, mate?

    The chances are you either have a duff (rubbish) battery OR you've damaged the charging port.

    IF you're lucky, it will be that you simply need a new battery, but if you've damaged the charging port you need to be aware that this is going to cost you ... and quite a bit ... as the laptop would need to be totally stripped down, the old port desoldered, a new port soldered in place, the laptop reassembled, and then checks made to ensure that charging is now functional.  (The charging port itself is a very cheap component.  It's the time spent on doing the job that costs the money.)

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    • micksmixxx
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      1 month agoReport

      @Dominic.  That's NOT holding a charge, sir.  Your laptop is drawing power from the mains.

      Do you have the facility to check whether the battery IS actually holding charge?  If not, a local computer shop MAY test your battery for you ... POSSIBLY free of charge.

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