Does a laptop charger continue charging when laptop is disconnected?
No, because there is nothing to charge.
Why won't my laptop turn on when it is plugged into the charger Like when it is fully charged it won't turn on with it being unplugged If it does turn onit shows a black screen and then turns off?
First check that there is a voltage output on the charging unit. If there is a voltage output the charger should be usable. All that is left to do is look for a replacement battery for the computer. also if you have a random hp laptop charger lying around try it. my dell inspiron only charges on an hp charger which is really weird but hey whatever works i guess.
This is something quite common with Dell laptop - the problem is your charger. It seems that microcontroller or wiring in your charger is defective. I am not entirely sure as to why the charger can provide power and not charge but it is probably something to do with Dell design. Most likely, you will have to buy another Dell charger online. Remember not to buy a universal charger as the "plugged in, not charging"…
If you plug in the charger and it fails to charge up your laptop then there could be three problems. First, your laptop battery may need to be replaced. You check this out yourself or go to a store. Second, the chord for the charger may be damaged. Third, the unit that stores and charges up your laptop could be broken. You need to buy a new battery or charger. If you don't, then you…
When you first purchase a laptop, make sure to allow the battery to fully discharge before charging it as this allows the battery not to have any dead spots in it. After it is fully discharged, completely charge the laptop, after that your good to go. Wall charging is the best method as it is a slow charger that will end up extending your batteries overall life.
Is it possible to exchange the toshiba laptop charger with the Lenovo laptop charger. will that be a problem?
Not necessarily. There could be different components at fault when your laptop fails to charge properly - the power supply (power brick), the charging circuitry inside the laptop for the battery, and/or the battery itself (which in itself also has a circuit for diagnosis, telemetry [battery level, battery health], and overcharge protection).
When windows tells you your battery status is "plugged in, not charging" this means that the machine is running on external power, and is not currently charging the battery. Most often, this is because the battery is already fully charged and the machine has stopped charging it as many laptop batteries can be damaged by over-charging. This message may also be displayed when the battery is missing or malfunctioning in some way.i had th when…