When you push the power button on your laptop, it can not turn on for a variety of reasons. Your RAM stick can be dead, or there could be a motherboard problem. But I’m here to share my knowledge with you in case it’s useful. I have a secondhand Dell Latitude E6530 laptop that I purchased.
I shut the lid, put my laptop in sleep mode, and took the charger out. However, when I tried to turn on my laptop a few hours later, it didn’t work. The charger appeared to be functioning properly, but neither the laptop’s charging light nor its power button lit up.
I was concerned because I believed that perhaps some of the internal hardware was flawed. I can open and assemble/disassemble laptop hardware with ease. Therefore, I opened my laptop to check the RAM, Hard Drive, and power jack. To my eyes, everything looked good. So the motherboard was my next area of worry. I went to a repair shop with my laptop for that.
After giving me a day, they informed me that the issue was small and that my laptop was now operational. They didn’t really explain my fault to me.
Laptop Static Charge:
The identical issue reappeared after a few days. I used the internet this time because I was so frustrated. After reading articles and watching a variety of videos, I learned that some laptops have issues with a static charge. Some computers contain static charges that endure even after being unplugged. Simply remove your laptop’s battery, hit the power button for 20 to 60 seconds, then wait a while.
This will eliminate static electricity. Your laptop should turn on after this if you connect it in and try to turn it on. Since prolonged pressing of the power button discharges any static charge that may have built up on your motherboard.
But after doing this technique, it didn’t start in my instance. I checked my battery, and sure enough, it was a little enlarged. I so made the decision to repeat the aforementioned surgery. This time, after pressing the button for two minutes, nothing productive occurred. I go through the process once more, but this time I didn’t connect my laptop or put the battery back in.
I simply left my laptop unplugged for the night. I used my laptop the following day without a battery. So, by some miracle, my laptop switched on. The issue was actually my defective motherboard, which after turning off when attached to the battery begins to build up a static charge.
I, therefore, made the decision not to use a battery with my laptop. So, ever since that day, my laptop has operated flawlessly. Just taking some safety measures. I immediately remove the charger from my laptop when I shut it off.
That was my experience, so maybe it can benefit someone else.