Someone suggested uninstalling ACPI and then reinstalling might fix a bug that is preventing my battery from charging in Windows 10. Another post seems to indicate that ACPI and Chipset Driver are the same thing, but it is not listed under Battery with ACPI but under IDE ATA/ATAP controllers (whatever that is). I have two versions of Chipset for Windows 10, one from Intel's site via Microsoft and one from Lenovo, my computer, and they are not the same size. I think the Intel is the one I installed. Should I try the Lenovo version and see if that solves my problem, even though it doesn't seem to be directly related to energy management? I am so confused!
Hi, Thank you for posting on Microsoft Communities. I would like to inform you that you can run Windows update to install the latest drivers for your hardware devices.
Lenovo ACPI-Compliant Virtual Power Controller Driver 15.10.28. Hp Laserjet P2035n Windows 10 Driver there. 170 for Windows 10 Anniversary Update 64-bit. If the driver is already installed on your system, updating (overwrite-installing).