My Acer Aspire 7 A715-41G is Shutting down, while i connect my charger

Akira_Rocker
Akira_Rocker Member Posts: 1 New User
edited March 2022 in Aspire Laptops

Model Name: A715-41G
Part Number: NH.Q8DSI.002
Processor: Ryzen 7 3750H
Graphics: GTX 1650
Windows 10 Operating System
Bought exactly a year ago

It shuts down when I connect the charger and if I try to turn it on, the Acer logo comes and is turned off again. after trying multiple times it is going to System repair or Restarts. Sometimes Restarting works but I need to know why is it happening and also I don't want that to happen

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Answers

  • William_mk2
    William_mk2 Ally Posts: 4,084
    edited March 2022
    Akira_Rocker

    It might also be the issue with battery, charger or power outlet.   Try to use the charger in a different room on a different power outlet.  Try to bypass the surge protector and connect it directly to power outlet.    Try to use an alternative charger if possible.    Try to turn on the computer without the charger and check it  ( as long as the battery is not drained out )  


    I am really sorry for the inconvenience..   Let us do the basic steps first..

    Doing the power drain and bios defaults will really help.  Kindly follow the steps given below:

    Turn off the laptop. Disconnect or unplug the charger cable, devices or any other cables connected to your laptop. Close your laptop. Turn it upside down.  On the bottom of the laptop, you can find a  pin hole. It is a tiny hole. You can a find a battery symbol indicator next to the hole. It is like a + and – sign symbol as though somebody is trying to shift the battery out. Insert the pin on to the hole for 30 seconds. Remove the pin. Flip the laptop. Connect the charger cable, turn on the computer.  Only on laptops where the battery is inbuilt you can find the battery reset hole on the back of laptop.

    If you don’t find a pin hole on the back of laptop then you might be using removable battery. There is no need to unscrew anything to remove the battery.  Turn off the laptop. Disconnect or unplug the charger cable, devices and any other cables connected to your laptop. Close your laptop. Turn it upside down.  On the bottom of the laptop, please look at the top or bottom depending on the way you look at it. You can find a long door. It is a battery removable door.  Just below that you can find a latch.  If you move the latch you can remove the battery door. Once the battery is removed, flip the laptop. Open the top cover, press and hold the power button for 1 minute. Connect the battery back on the back of computer. Connect the charger cable back and then turn on the computer. 
     
    If you don’t see a reset pin hole on the back of laptop or if you are not able to remove the battery (if it is inbuilt) then please unplug all the cables and devices out of laptop.   Hold the power button for 1 minute.  After releasing the button you should wait a while before plugging in power. Just because the button has been pressed doesn’t bleed off all the residual electricity on the motherboard. Wait 15-30 minutes before plugging in power. Then once power is connected wait for a full battery indication before turning the system on. That allows the battery to fully reset it’s internal statistics.

    Connect all the cables back and restart the computer.  


    While turning on the computer, tap f2. It will go to bios. Press f9 once. It will show load bios defaults with a yes or no popup. Press enter. Popup screen will disappear.  Press f10 once. It will show save changes popup with yes or no. Press enter. Computer will restart and it will load into windows.   
     
    It might also be the issue with battery, charger or power outlet.   Try to use the charger in a different room on a different power outlet.  Try to bypass the surge protector and connect it directly to power outlet.    Try to use an alternative charger if possible.    Try to turn on the computer without the charger and check it  ( as long as the battery is not drained out )  

    Try windows x 
    go to device manager 
    expand Battery
    right click on all the items below battery – uninstall 
    Restart the computer 
     
    It should work fine.. 


    If it is still not working try to use an alternative charger and check.    Try to use a different power outlet on a different room and check.   Please bypass the surge protector and try to connect the charger directly to the outlet and check.  


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  • Easwar
    Easwar Member Posts: 6,727 Guru
    Hi @Akira_Rocker,

    # Try to update the battery driver

    1. Hold windows key and hit letter X.
    2. Choose the device manager option.
    3. Go with the option battery.
    4. Under the title battery.
    Update Battery Drivers in Windows EASILY - Driver Easy
    5. Right click on that option ----> Update all driver under the title battery.
    6. Choose "search automatically". 

    Check this T/S and post the result. ​
  • PratikM
    PratikM Member Posts: 1 New User

    I am having same issue with my Aspire 7

  • Puraw
    Puraw ACE, Member Posts: 8,108 Trailblazer
    edited March 2023

    Hi @Akira_Rocker and @PratikM

    Test the power adapter. Make sure the adapter outputs correct voltage. It’s possible that the output voltage is not correct and the laptop shuts down to prevent the damage. Test your laptop with another known good power adapter. Replacement adapters are cheap, I replaced mine for $8, online😉

    If the problem still exists, even after replacing the adapter, most likely it’s the motherboard failure, bring the laptop to Acer Service for checking.