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Help! My laptop won’t turn on!
If your laptop won’t turn on, don’t panic! There are a lot of reasons a laptop might not turn on when you hit the power button, and we can help you with all of them! To help you narrow your problem down, take a look at the following scenarios:
When I press the power button a lightning bolt flashes ...
Computer won’t start
Does your computer fail to power on? Or the operating system isn’t loading all the way? Maybe you see lights, but your computer is not showing anything on the screen? Our team computer experts will diagnose it, test all your parts and operating system to determine the exact issue and repair cost. We are computer experts at determining non-starting computer issues.
Common computer start-up issues we support:
Failed power supply
No power light
Failing hard drive
As the most frequently used and fragile component on a laptop, there are many ways a laptop LCD screen can fail. The most common reasons to replace a laptop LCD screen are physical damage or cracks. Other reasons for replacement could be vertical and/or horizontal lines, dead pixels, a dim screen, or a flickering screen.
A Cracked Screen:
Besides from an obvious crack or a spider web crack, most cracks will be under the surface, with the glass inside the laptop LCD ...
Not every repair requires a trip to the store to solve the issue. If your laptop has a cracked or malfunctioning screen, you may be able to fix it yourself! Follow this step-by-step guide for a Dell laptop screen repair that you can do yourself.
11 Steps to a Dell Laptop Screen Repair
Disconnect your laptop from any charging cables, power it off, and remove the battery.
Using a small plastic spatula or guitar pick, begin to separate the surrounding plastic cover ...
Samsung Chromebook 2 Screen Replacement
Step 1 Battery
Make sure your Chromebook is turned off before you begin.
Set the laptop face down on a flat surface.
Remove the nine 5 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.
Loosen the back cover panel with a plastic opening tool, and work it all the way around the computer.
Once the cover is loose, remove the back cover panel using your hands.
Unscrew the four 4 mm screws holding the ...