02-16-2017 05:56 PM
I'm having a similar problem with my batter. The charger is plugged in, but doesn't show as charging. The indicator light is blinking white, but the battery indicator in the system tray shows as discharging.
For reference, I bought my Yoga 910 in November, and battery shows 2016.09 after the product number
03-02-2017 09:44 AM
Add me to the list. Just started. Must be another Windows Update thing. You'd think Microsoft would test these updates a little better. The "updates" seem to break more things than they fix, requiring further updates.
Haven't tried a fix, yet, in that it seems to be charging when off and not losing ground when plugged in. I'll have to try the other charger, too, in that's how it behaved from the day I bought it.
03-02-2017 01:37 PM - edited 03-02-2017 02:07 PM
Keep us posted. I'm going to sit on this for a while since it just started and seems to be common to a lot of Windows 10 laptops.
I have tried removing/reinstalling the two battery entries in Device Manager and have tried restoring Power Management defaults. Nothing worked. Both power adapters I have show "plugged in, not charging."
Tried cleaning the registry. No errors were found.
Tried a system restore.. which failed.
I have not tried - and probably won't try - removing the battery. Not breaking the case open on a machine this new.
Also - and unrelated - I still can't get a grip on all the DCOM errors.
03-02-2017 06:32 PM - edited 03-03-2017 06:15 AM
Took the 910 off of the power supply and ran up the screen brightness to drain a little battery. Got it down to 87%, then plugged it back in. No "plugged in, not charging" message. It charged the laptop while we were using it to stream videos. At the end of two hours, it was at 100% while still running (might have been 100% earlier, I just didn't check it while watching). Odd, but it seems to be working okay.
UPDATE. Ran it down to 85%, shut it down and plugged it in, overnight. Laptop is at 100%, this morning.
03-13-2017 01:05 PM
I've had my 910 for a month or so and noticed this problem immediately. It usually works again if I unplug and plug it back in, but it's quite a serious inconvenience if you don't notice it's not charging until your battery's drained. I admit I also mixed up the charging port for the usb-c port a couple of times - probably the second-worst design flaw on this thing after the terrible shift key location. I'm starting to think Lenovo designers have never actually used a laptop before.