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I have an Asus N550JV-C232H, and I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and my laptop can't charge anymore. It's a new one. I had previously Lubuntu (for 2 or 3 days before installing Ubuntu), and I didn't have this problem. Now although the system recognises that is connected to AC power, it does not charge any longer.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks in advance

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Doesn't your laptop recharge for real, or is Ubuntu only saying that you laptop isn't recharging? –  OrangeTux Jan 23 at 12:10
    
Some laptops have a key with a little blue battery icon on them that you can hit with the Fn key to enable/disable charging. Maybe you hit that by accident? –  psusi Jan 23 at 14:30
    
My laptop does not charge at all... And now in ubuntu it says that the battery is not present, although in the Power Statistics it displays "charging". When I disconnect the charger, it turns off. (OrangeTux) –  user238970 Jan 25 at 19:14
    
That's not my case: my laptop doesn't have any key related to the charging... (psusi) And thanks for the comments (both of you) :) –  user238970 Jan 25 at 19:15

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Suddenly it was fixed. Now, I can see and it is indeed charging/discharging.

I don't know what happened, but now it came another problem related to the Bluetooth, which I posted a few seconds ago.

Bluetooth error

Thanks :)

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