When your HP laptop won’t turn on?
Sometimes, you may find your HP laptop in a dead state, which means your HP laptop won’t turn on despite several attempts. Although this problem looks dreadful at first, it is, in fact, a trivial and temporary one. It is generally recommended to try a hard-reset of your HP machine if you face this issue. Hard-resetting the computer clears the memory and re-establishes the connection between the BIOS and the hardware. A hard reset is also used when the operating system stops responding or the display of your HP laptop suddenly goes blank.
To hard reset an HP laptop that has a removable battery, you have to first turn it off and unplug it from the charging adapter. Also, you must disconnect all USB and output devices from your laptop. Now, remove the laptop’s battery, and press and hold the Power button for 15 seconds to drain residual electric charge. Thereafter, put the battery back in the laptop and connect the charging adapter again. Now, power on the laptop and run a software update session to check for operating system updates or upgrades. This whole method should successfully work when your HP laptop won’t turn on. If you are using a non-removable battery laptop, you can perform the same steps while skipping the battery removal one.