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Blue Screen Error linked to battery/charger?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ThaKinetic, Apr 25, 2015.

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  1. ThaKinetic

    ThaKinetic Thread Starter

    Jun 14, 2014
    Around a week ago, maybe two, my computer showed a message that said I should change my battery, which to my annoyance, of course was somewhat right, as it was not able to hold power for even an hour anymore. After about one day, I got my first blue screen. I got my second a couple of hours after that, and realized something was wrong.

    Since that I have gotten consistent blue screens every other day, and I suspect it is linked to my battery and charger. Everytime I get a blue screen, it shows a field of text saying:


    Now, I checked by device manager and found that one of my USB hubs was listed as an unknown device. I updated the driver, but it seemed to be up to date. That's when I noticed the driver was called AIchargers.sys. It seems to me that it is my charger plug, a port I didn't know was treated as an USB hub.

    Is there any way I can fix this occurence, do I need to change the battery/charger or should I replace my computer for good?
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