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Why My Laptop Won’t Turn On-How Do I Fix It?

There are a plethora of reasons why your laptop won’t turn on, but alas, the good news is that there are solutions to these problems, many reasons, and many solutions.

How do you fix a laptop that won’t startup?  you’ve opened up your laptop and it hasn’t woken up like it usually does.  You’ve tried the 8#, you’ve held the good flashlight lit to the screen and checked for hints within the bios, You’ve also tried pressing the power button but there are no signs of life at all.

Here is the reason and how to fix it, laptop non-tuning on might be due to hardware or something software and maintenance issue, in this guide share here I show you exactly why your laptop won’t turn on and what to do to fix it.

This guide show you the easiest way to fix a laptop that won’t turn follow this step-by-step guide to fix it yourself without taking it to the technician.

Why My laptop won’t Turn On? 

 The reasons why your laptop won’t turn on might be due to the battery,  the charger, or some important component inside like RAM not responding,  or maybe your laptop has liquid damage, overheated,  your laptop might even already expired by age, here is how to fix a laptop won’t turn on. 

How to fix it?

  •  In a nutshell, here is how to fix your laptop won’t turn issue  try the tips here before you take the nearest technician:
  • Make sure the battery is charged
  •  Check if the RAM working. 
  • Make sure it isn’t expired by age
  • Check and make  sure it isn’t overheated and  clear out dust off 
  • Check the laptop for  any damage  to the hardware
  • Check for water damage
  • Make sure  that you are actually turning it on by pressing the button right 

How To fix a laptop that won’t turn on step by step

As I said earlier a laptop not turning on, the issue might be due to battery, so here is how to fix it at  (Selffixes)  all about laptop and fixation.

  This video right here show the best and easiest ways to fix your laptop won’t turn on stuff, from the guy PC Monkey, enjoy. 

 

 solution 1.1)  –  Check  and  Make sure the battery is Charged

The first thing you want to do before moving on to more technical stuff is to check if the battery is charged and in good status,  you also want to check the AC charger, and the AC port if there is an issue,  are they working?   then, change the charger if isn’t working and see if that solves the issue, if not then try this one.

Solution 2.2) – Try Drain residual electricity  Method

This method will help you fix your laptop that won’t turn on due to residual electricity on the motherboard and its components.

 What is the residual electricity is all bout?

The residual electricity is a safety mechanism inside your laptop, that prevents laptop components from overloading too much electrical.   Sometimes your laptop may power off suddenly and you might probably wonder why you have seen behavior.

If your laptop powers off suddenly while you are using it,  this happens to prevent laptop components from burnout, here is how you fix it, if that happens here is how to fix  your laptop  that won’t turn residual  issue, follow these easy steps whenever you want to do it:

  • Remove the power cable from your laptop port and remove the battery,  doing will remove all sources of electricity.
  • Press and hold the POWER  button for 20 seconds,  this will try to use the electricity it has to power up.
  • Laptops have residual electricity available which is can be consumed totally within seconds.
    Holding the power button down allows plenty of time for the laptop to completely drain itself of that residual electricity faster.
  • Then, re-insert the battery and plugin back into your laptop, if that solves the issue, then your laptop screen support show signs of life, and the operating system should boot up, this will work if you get no response from your laptop upon pressing the power button.

 Solution 3.3) – Is your laptop having a black screen?

If you are having a black screen on your laptop.   This will work if your laptop screen is no lighting at all but there is a noise that the laptop is working then it might be a screen problem. Try this if you are having a black screen, Here is how to fix that, follow this easy guide to solve the laptop screen black issue:

  • Try to connect the laptop to another (secondary display)  like TV or an external Monitor.
  • If it works then most probably you need to replace the screen.

If it is lighting but a black light, then there might be many reasons, a failing RAM or RAM not installed correctly might be the reason for that.

In this case, try installing the RAMS correctly or try other RAMs to see if that solves the issue.

 Solution 4.4)  – Clear the dust off  clean up your laptop

Another thing you want to take into consideration is, cleaning up all the ducts that might cause any obsolete to your laptop wellbeing, you also want to check connecting components, check the connectors on the ends of the power supply cords.

Check inside of the connecting jacks of your laptop does any dust in, check if the ends of any cords are intact, and make sure that it’s not running to and from the hard drive.

How to Dust  And clean your laptop

While the laptop is on-off mode try to disconnect it from all power sources and cables.

Then you use compressed air to blow out any dust or debris on the jacks and in the ports.

Use a small amount of pure isopropyl rubbing alcohol to remove the damage, if in case you see any corrosion on the cords or connecting port respectively.

Conclusion- Why My Laptop Won’t Turn On-How Do I Fix It?

Has you can see there are varieties of reasons why your laptop might not turn on,  the method share here will help you solve your laptop,’s not a turn-on issue,  these are easy to do, and without s any risk of figuring it out.   These will help even  If your laptop screen shows any kind of activity during the startup process.

Recap

The reasons why your laptop won’t turn on is because of damage to the battery,  the charger, or important component like RAM not responding,  or laptop has liquid damage, overheated,  or already expired by age,  use the easy guide share here fix a laptop won’t turn on.

How to fix it?

  • Make sure the battery is charged
  •  Check if the RAM working.
  • Make sure it isn’t expired by age
  • Check and make  sure it isn’t overheated and  clear out dust off
  • Check the laptop for  any damage  to the hardware
  • Check for water damage
  • Make sure that you are actually turning it on by pressing the button right.

Hope this tutorial helps you and if you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.

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