Surface Pro Not Charging
When a Surface Pro is not charging, it can manifest in a few different ways. The LED indicator light on the power supply will usually flash or remain dark, and the battery in the Surface Pro will lose charge during use until it eventually shuts down and won’t turn on again.
Causes of a Surface Pro Not Charging
The most common causes of a Surface Pro not charging all have to do with the power supply. The power supply may be bad, the connector may be damaged, or the connector may not be seated properly. This problem can also occur when the outlet or surge protector that the power supply is plugged into doesn’t have power, and it’s also possible for some Surface Pro battery settings to prevent charging as well.
- Check The LED Light On Your Surface Charger
- Check The USB Port On Your Surface Charger For Power.
- Check The Power Cable For Damage
- Inspect The Charger Connector For Damage.
- Reset The Power Supply
- Plug The Charger In The Other Way.
- Check Your Charging Settings.
- Restart Your Surface Pro.
- Run Windows Update
- Reinstall Your Battery Driver