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I tried that and there was no change. Still at 80% plugged in not charging.
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Do hard reset your notebook.
Remove the battery and press and hold power button for 5 seconds then again press power button once.
(This method will release volatile memories)
Now insert the battery and reboot your system.

Try reinstalling the energy star program.
Good luck.
I hope this worked for you.
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The simple trick worked on me

Check the adapter pin, the one which is connecting to laptop charging port. The pin in the adapter, inside it there is a small pin. At times it will be bend, and the power supply doesnt go to laptop. So with any plucker, make it straight. And then try to reconnect gently. It should work.
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Hi I have the same problem with my battery it just reaches 77% and stops charging how do I start the battery calibration I need to try it

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Resetting the CMOS memory by removing the battery worked for me. Removing the battery takes patience and time. Watch https://youtu.be/K2i34O1I5sA for learning how to do this. 

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