Laptop will not power on Tags: Support Laptops Power Supplies Power Last response: March 31, 2012 10:25 PM in Opinions and Experiences Share JODYj March 18, 2012 2:21:43 PM I am assuming my battery is dead as my laptop will not start/power on at all, even with the power supply attached. any help would be nice thank you More about : laptop power | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove penguintech March 23, 2012 4:39:58 PM a laptop should power on, even without the battery, if it is plugged into the wall. It's possible you have a short or a bad power jack. Best to take it to a technician to determine the problem before spending money on a battery that may not help. | Report abuse specks05 March 31, 2012 10:25:23 PM What laptop do you have? | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Opinions and Experiences>Laptop will not power on> Related ressources: ForumHow to make optimum utilization of battery power of laptop ForumSata laptop hd on a desktop possible? using molex to sata power conver ForumLaptop won't turn on due to a power surge through the usb ForumPower button not powering off laptop , and laptop not booting ForumLaptop has power lcd screen black ForumBuzzing Noise when I plug in power cable then Audio Jack of Laptop ForumLaptop power button ribbon cable ForumLaptop power button ribbon cable ForumMy Sony Laptop 61611L is showing no signs of fan power and no display ForumLaptop Power Ribbon Cable Stripped, Help with Alternative way to turn on laptop ForumLaptop power button ribbon cable is stripped, Help with alternative ForumLaptop power cable causing weird noise through speakers ForumSony vaio laptop won't turn on but is receiving power ForumNo power gateway laptop nv52 ForumHibernate laptop powers off after unplugging power ForumLaptop Instant Power Off ForumLaptop power supply puts out less voltage than rated for ForumLaptop Vaio won't power on, no lights, no dispplay, no sound ForumHow much can I get for my PC? Forum[Solved] Power Supply tester More resources Read discussions in other Opinions and Experiences categories Computer Shops Support Products !