My computer charger had a bad connection in the first place. Anyway i went in my room and my dog accidentally yanked the cord causing it to lose the connection. I turned it back on and it worked fine then it lost the connection again. Thats when it didn't come back on. I noticed that the green light that blinks when it is turned off does not blink. What to do. It will turn on and off but doesn't show the screen.
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Re: will mot boot up
The cord is probably ruined either by the dog or by folding the cable when you pack it up. The charger brick itself is probably fine but you will need to buy a new charger cable. Contact ASUS to determine how much that will cost.
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Is the AC cord the original? Has it been damaged? Have you tried another AC cord, with the EXACT same power specs? It may be a damaged AC jack. Sometimes a pull or tug on the cord while plugged in will loosen the connection. If you wiggle the cord at the jack plug does it cause the charge LED to blink? Does the computer work on battery?
There are two possible causes I can think of, one which has an easy solution and another that doesn't. There are two circuits that your laptop can power itself from, one from direct power (your charger) and the other from your battery. When the laptop senses that it has direct power it switches to that circuit and will run at maximum speed and brightness. When the power is not present it will change to a different circuit and adjust speed and brightness depending on your power saving settings. There may be a fault in the circuit that feed from your charger so when you plug it in the laptop senses that power is present but the fault in that circuit stops it from booting. This might be caused by a loose connection from your charger socket to your motherboard, a bad charger that is producing a low voltage or a bad motherboard. The first two are fairly inexpensive to fix, the last one isn't. Sorry I can't help more
This could be caused by several things, but try the obvious first. I just bought a brand new power supply, and in less than a week the customer called and said it stopped working. I suggested she take the cord from the old charger and try it - it worked - the brand new cord lasted less than a week. The other thing that could cause this is a bad connection on the end of the power supply, going into the computer. It could even be a bad power supply.The last thing I can think of is a bad battery that won't hold a charge.
This issue can be caused by any of the below possibilities.
1.- Computer AC / DC cable is bad not allowing the computer battery to charge. 2.- Battery is bad. 3.- Battery charger board is bad.
Solutions: 1.- Computer AC / DC cable is bad not allowing the computer battery to charge
Verify that the AC and or DC cable is not bad by testing the computer only with the power plug connected and the battery out of the laptop. 2.- Battery is bad
It is possible that if the power plug is good that the computer battery is bad. Leave the computer connected to the power with the battery connected in the computer for at least one hour; if the battery does not charge, consider having the battery and/or the laptop serviced or repaired.
If the computer and/or battery is not in warranty consider just replacing the battery as it is very likely that it is just a bad battery. 3.- Battery charger board is bad
If the battery has been replaced or an alternate battery from an alternate identical laptop does not work in the computer, it is likely that the power or charger board within the laptop is bad. It is recommended that the laptop be serviced or repaired.
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First remove the battery from the PC! Leave it off for a short period of time! about 2min. This allows the computer to erase anything in temporary memory. Place the battery back onto th PC and try to boot it up. The other thing you can do is boot the pc up with just the power cord in place. See if it boots just from the power cord. Sometime the batteries from dell causes the whole entire PC to become unresponsive.