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Power I have plugged up the power plug and my laptop still will not power on.

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1 Removed the battery
2 Removed the AC power
3 Plugged in the AC power again
Note:- At this point the light from flashing amber light to solid green indicating AC Power
4 Plugged in the Battery
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Laptop is turning on and off


Remove the AC adapter (Charger)

PROPER method is to disconnect the power cord of the AC adapter, from power; THEN unplug the AC adapter from the laptop.

Same thing in reverse to plug the AC adapter back in.
AC adapter is plugged into laptop, THEN AC adapter is plugged into power.

Unplugging the AC adapter from the laptop, while being plugged into power; can cause a Voltage Spike.

You may get away with it for years, and several laptops; and have no problems.

However it only takes ONCE, to fry out the SMD fuses, Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitors, and Power MOSFET's, on the laptop motherboard's DC to DC circuit.

Jus sayin'.

Moving on........

AC adapter removed, remove the Battery.
Press the Power On button in, and hold in for a count of 10 seconds.
Let go.
Do this procedure 2 more times.

(Draining residual power)

Reinstall the Battery. Attach the AC adapter, plug AC adapter into power. Let the Battery charge 24 hours.
Then turn the laptop on, and tell me what happened.

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joecoolvette

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Laptop shut down and wont power up


Unplug, remove battery, check for dust in fans and vents, plug in, try to reboot. If it powers up, open Control Panel, Power Options Power , set to High Performance, open Advanced Power settings, set Sleep and Hibernate to Never, Adjust other Advanced settings to your preference. Has it been pulled by the cord? If you have a multimeter check for DC volts at the AC jack plug, that plugs into the laptop. Is the Transformer (brick on the cord) getting warm when plug in? Does the battery charge LED light? Try another cord with the EXACT same power specs.

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Not powering on


Computers don't power on for one of the following reasons.
1. Bad Power Cord
2. Bad Power Supply that the Power Cord Plugs Into on Desktops but on Laptops it's call the Internal DC Power Jack
3. Bad Motherboard.
If you see no lights at all when you plug in the power cord and press the power switch then it's a problem with one of the 3 above.

Sometimes you can have something as simple as static charge buildup that is causing the computer not to start. Here is how to eliminate the static charge problem. Remove the Power Cord from the computer or Laptop. If you have a laptop also remove the Battery from the laptop. Press and hold the Power Button for about 30 seconds. After 30 seconds, plug the power cord back in (don't plug the battery in if it's a laptop) and see if it boots. If it's a laptop and it boots then you can plug the battery back in so that it can start recharging.

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I tried to power on my computer and there was nothing. It was plugged in and the battery light was blinking amber when I tried to press the power button. The light on the power cord is green but there is...


It sounds like the Power adapter is:

1. Not plugged into the computer
2. Not functioning
3. Has a broken connector (or the laptop has a broken power connector)

Unplug the adapter, remove the battery, hold the power button on the laptop for 30 seconds. Plug in the power adapter connector to the laptop - if the power indicator illuminates, remove the power cord, insert the battery ant then plug in the power cord. Press the power button (hopefully you're back in business).

If that does not help, p borrow an adapter from a friend and try it with your laptop, if it works, then go buy a new adapter!

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With power cord plugged in and without power cord plugged in the pc will not turn on


remove the battery, plug-in power cord then power on. your battery may be completely drain and your power adapter can't give enough supply to power up your laptop and charge the battery at same time. if doing so power on your laptop, charge your battery for about 12 hours without turning the power of your laptop

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Laptop wont switch on. power light not on nether when charger plugged in,charger light is on ,on charger


A commom power problem with laptops. To determine if it is the power socket on the laptop is the problem, plug in the adapter into the laptop and wriggle the plug and look at the charge/power LED on the laptop. If the LED flashes as you wriggle the plug then :-
The problem is the power socket on the laptop, it may caused by a dry solder joint and needs to be resoldered or the power socket may be faulty and needs to be replaced. Either way to fix this, it requires the laptop to be dismantled to get at this power socket. Get a quote to repair, as it could cost a few dollars.
If it is a faulty cord/plug on the power adapter, this can be checked with a multi-meter. When you connect the multi-meter probes to the power plug the voltage should be steady and the reading should be slightly higher then the voltage that is printed on the label on the bottom of the power adapter. If the voltages fluctuates as you wriggle the plug then you have a broken wire in the plug. Replacing the plug would not cost much.

If these tests did not resolve your problem, then you could have a motherboard problem. A replacement motherboard may not be a cost effective solution. It may be better to put your money towards a new laptop.

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After a few minutes plugged in the power/battery lights flash


I would check the power adapter.
Test the power plug on the adapter with a multi-meter, the voltage should be slightly higher that the voltage that is printed on the label on the bottom of the power adapter.
If the voltage is zero or very low the the adapter is faulty and needs to be replaced.
If the power adapter is OK then the fault could be a faulty power socket on the laptop's motherboard. Plug the adapter's power plug into the laptop's power socket and wriggle the power plug, if the power/charge LED flashes then the socket may have a dry solder joint or the socket maybe faulty and needs to be replaced.
This is a common problem with laptops and to fix and/or replace the socket requires the laptop to be completely dismantled. Get a quote from a repair as it is not cheap.

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