Among all the ways that computer won’t turn ON, the worst & rare case is complete dead. Your computer may or may not be receiving power at all. We show you why your computer does not turn ON and how to troubleshoot your computer when it does not turn ON.
Important: There are several reasons why your computer does not turn ON at all. It’s very important to follow all the steps given below for troubleshooting why your computer doesn’t turn ON.
Note: Please take enough time to ensure that you turn ON your computer, before starting troubleshooting process. In my experience I’ve seen most people calling up for computer service, reporting their computer is not turning ON. But actually it would be a matter of time to find out that they haven’t turned ON their computer properly
The major reason for your computer does not turn ON is that it does not receive power at all. It may take from minutes to hours to troubleshoot why your computer does not receive power at all.
Steps to troubleshoot
The main culprit for the dead computer is the loose or disconnected power cables to the computer. This is the major reason why the computer does not turn ON.
Most of the time, a bad or faulty PSU is the main problem when your computer does not switch ON. This is the most common problem faced by all the computers over time.
Important: In most of the cases, when a computer isn’t turning on, power supply is to be blamed. So please don’t skip this step to ensure that power supply is working fine.
It is not a common failure but a damaged or bad power supply may be the cause, why the computer is not receiving the power at all.
You should replace the power button if fails, but in the mean time one can use reset button for powering on your computer.
Your computer isn’t going to turn on if it does not receive power from the wall socket. So you should make sure that you wall socket is providing power to the computer.
5. Replace the Power Cable
A power cable is a cable that runs between your computer and the wall socket or UPS. A bad power cable may not be the common reason for PC not turning on, but it good to change the power cable to ensure that it is working fine.
6. Replace the Motherboard
This should be your last step. If your computer successfully completes the previous steps, then its likely that you have a problem in your motherboard. Replace the motherboard with a working board.
Your computer will be turning on after you follow the above steps. There is a slim chance that your computer does not power up after following all the steps given above.
Is your computer showing no signs of power even after you followed the steps given above. Please feel free to write to us in contact us page about the problem you are facing and we are ready to help you.