Laptop won’t start after deep hours of sleep

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My HP ProBook which is running windows 8.1 won’t start after deep hours of shutdown. I check the battery and it is not drained, the LED lights keeps on blinking. I tried taking out the battery and pressing the power button for 30 seconds to start again but no to avail. Any advise on what to do?

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Laptop won’t start after deep hours of sleep

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I know when the LED indicator is blinking, like with my sister’s Acer Aspire laptop, it indicates that the battery is almost out and it needs recharging. If you already checked the battery and it is not yet drained, maybe the remaining charge or the remaining power in the battery is not enough to power up the laptop.

First, try recharging the battery to see if the problem is really with the remaining power in the battery. When the battery is fully charged, try turning it on again and see what happens. If you still cannot turn it on, turn it upside down then remove the battery. Once the battery is disconnected, connect the charger to your laptop and then try turning it on.

Your laptop should start after connecting the charger even without the battery. If it doesn’t work then there is a problem in the power supply of the machine. You should bring it to a qualified service technician to further check the problem.

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Laptop won’t start after deep hours of sleep

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It will take a long time (Minimum 4-6 months) to avail the power of the battery. Generally, when a ProBook is left unattended for deep hours, the battery will turn into idle. You may remove the battery and start the ProBook with the direct power for 10-15 minutes. Again set the battery and turn on. Though it keeps on blinking, you should run the system daily for 6-8 hours.

Around 2 or 3 months the LED light will be blinking. After that it will take charge for 25%, and after 6 months the battery will take charge for 70%. If the battery does not block or damage then you will get the battery 100% fit.

To avoid the lengthy process, it will be better to change the battery.

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