If your laptop won’t turn on, here are some troubleshooting steps you can take:
Check the power source: Make sure your laptop is properly connected to a power source, whether it’s plugged into a wall outlet or a power strip. If it’s connected to a power strip, make sure the power strip is turned on.
Check the battery: If your laptop has a removable battery, remove it and reinsert it. If it doesn’t have a removable battery, try holding down the power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power. Then try turning it on again.
Check the power adapter: Make sure the power adapter is properly plugged into the laptop and the power source. You can also try using a different power adapter to see if that solves the problem.
Check the screen: If your laptop’s screen is not turning on, try connecting an external monitor to see if the issue is with the screen or the laptop itself.
Check for overheating: If your laptop is overheating, it may shut down or not turn on. Make sure the vents are clear of dust and debris and that the fan is working properly.
Check for hardware issues: If none of the above steps work, there may be a hardware issue such as a faulty motherboard, RAM, or hard drive. You may need to take your laptop to a repair shop to diagnose and fix the issue.
If your laptop still won’t turn on after trying these troubleshooting steps, it’s best to take it to Esmond Service Centre for Repair.