Here are just two of the most common problems laptop computer users’ experience during the life of their laptop. Hopefully this information can eliminate hours of waiting on the phone with tech support, prevent paying for phone support, reduce your laptop’s downtime and eliminate shipping cost. Remember, if shipping your laptop away for service is not an option; consider seeking the assistance of your local laptop repair service.
1. What to do when your laptop won’t turn on?
Did you ever press the power button and your notebook or laptop computer would not turn on? When this happens, simply remove the battery and attach the AC adapter to the laptop and wall outlet. If the AC light comes on it means your AC adapter is working. Press the power button and turn on the laptop. Now, power down and connect the battery and check to see if the battery charge light comes on.
If the battery charge light does not come on, verify that your power adapter is connected to the laptop and the wall outlet. If the AC light does not come on, it is possibly due to some other hardware malfunction. The laptop battery is low if the charge light is yellow or red, depending on the model. Leave the device plugged into a wall outlet for at least an hour to full charge.
Be sure to use a “known” good AC power adapter during your test. If your notebook still fail to turn on, it’s best to contact a trusted laptop repair service in your area. If not you could compound the problem and end up increasing your repair cost.
When shipping your laptop computer away for service is not the best option, consider seeking the assistance of a local laptop computer repair service in your area.