N/APosted on - 05/22/2015
My laptop is protesting to power on all of a sudden. I was operating it without battery as it was dead a few months back. I had shut it down properly last day. But this morning, all of a sudden this problem has surfaced, this is the first time and I am worried about huge service cost already. I am thinking to open the laptop but I do not know whether it will be safe or not, also, I do not know what to look for. Had anybody had similar bitter experience? How did you overcome that?
Laptop failed to power on why
Solution 1: Connect a power cable.
If your laptop is running with battery, Connect a power cable to make sure that the problem is not because of dead battery. Make sure that both ends of the cable connected properly. If your computer is running on an AC adapter, then make sure that the cable coming from it and going to it are properly connected.
Solution 2: Disconnect from docking station
Disconnect the laptop from docking station, if your laptop is connected with a docking station.
Solution 3: Remove external peripherals
Remove all the external peripherals such as mouse, USB devices etc connected to your laptop to make sure that the problem is not because of these peripherals.
Solution 4: Remove and reconnect battery
Remove battery and power cable from your laptop. Keep it separately for one minute. After that, reconnect both battery and power cable. And try turn on the laptop.
Solution 5: Drain the computer of electricity
A residual net charge can keep your machine from turning on. If you would like, you can think of it as an "electricity clog." By performing the following steps, you effectively drain your computer of any electricity and start over; often resulting in it powering up.
Step 1: disconnect the power cable and remove the battery.
Step 2: press and hold the power button for one or two or three minute. Plug the power cable without replacing the battery.
Step 3: press the power button to turn on the laptop.
Solution 6: bad Hardware
Because of the damaged hardware problem can happen. Contact the manufacturer.