Replacing an inverter isn’t too difficult if you’re handy with a screwdriver, but it’s crucial you buy the right replacement part. Thank you sooo much! Report Toshiba user- Jun 16, 2010 at 11:48 AM Holy crap. Unplug, remove ac adaptor, hold 2 minutes, turn on..... 2. have a peek here
The problem most likely is a ZIF cable that connects the motherboard to the power button. guys I tried the method describe aboved.took the battery out,unpluged power cord,held it over my head,counted to 30(slowly) while holding the power button in,placed it right side up put battery back Worked for me so definitely worth a try. i have read many articles, followed it, but nothing results in solving my problem permanently... http://www.geek.com/forums/topic/laptop-wont-come-on-even-when-connected-to-charger/
My Laptop Wont Turn On But Has Power
Many many thanks! Hard drive connected to the wrong SATA port. I can't wait to ask my son, the computer tec., if he knows about this one.Thank you again. Please help me, I beg u anyone.
Report cindy- Jan 27, 2010 at 11:18 PM THAnk YOU OMG!!!!!!!!!!!
Tried everything and was going to order new power cord....tried your idea, laptop started right up!!
Report Min- Mar 30, 2010 at 10:46 AM yes!
It just turned back on and booted right up.
The warranty period has been expired.
Why not try a new post?
After holding the power button for 30 secs, I tried to put the adapter cable. I was like this is total b.s. I can hear the fan running and the charger light is on, so why isn't it turning on correctly? My Laptop Wont Turn On But The Power Light Is On Report Frank- Jun 13, 2010 at 05:42 AM Thank you for this useful information!
Report dharani- Jun 23, 2010 at 01:12 PM it really works! what should i do? Diagnose and solve booting issues By Jim Martin | 25 Oct 16 How to fix a computer that won't boot If your PC or laptop won’t start, don’t panic.
Just about to pitch the laptop when our search found you. My Laptop Wont Turn On Asus For example, if the laptop has removable disk drives, check to ensure that they're properly connected: With the laptop's power off, take out the drives and put them back in again. Thanks Report ms- Jun 26, 2010 at 08:50 AM It worked for me also. It was returned to me DOA.
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Worked for me so definitely worth a try. Then reattach the power and attempt a boot. but awesomethat it worked!!! :D now to make sure I have a current backup. Check This Out Report deshaun- Oct 10, 2012 at 07:25 PM Dude I dont no how this really worked I thought it was BS But I Got My Laptop Runnin Now Thanks Report PI09-
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Instead of dismantlement the laptop again, I tried the above solution. Try disconnecting the power cable and then removing the battery from the laptop. First, make sure the battery has some charge. this contact form Thanks for giving me suggestions on things that I've already tried in order to fix my problem even when I already stated that I tried them, then letting your personal emotions
Tags: Desktop PCs, Laptops, Windows Share this article Share Tweet Send Hi. WHY??? my hp laptop doesn't turn on after the charger by over power but I didn't plugged it and the battery also lost completely charge before a week so what shall I Internal Problems If you do not find any problems with the power supply, battery or overheating, a faulty internal component may be causing the issue -- a broken or damaged motherboard,
Thank you Akatsuki, you are my personal hero from now on!!!!! :) Report Wow- Jun 25, 2010 at 03:27 PM I have no idea how this works....but I just did it