Laptop Will Not Turn On ¶ 

The Laptop will not turn on and the screen is blank.

Laptop Is Unplugged ¶ 

Make sure that the power adapter (charger) the laptop came with is connected to not only the laptop but into a working outlet as well.

Laptop Is Plugged In ¶ 

There is a light located on the side of the laptop that lights up when the adapter is correctly plugged in. If adapter is plugged in and light does not turn on, consider getting new adapter.

Faulty Battery ¶ 

If your laptop wont stay on when unplugged then you may need to replace your battery. See our replacement guide here.

Keyboard or Keys Not Responding or Sticky ¶ 

The entire keyboard or specific keys are not responding or are sticky.

Entire Keyboard Not Responding ¶ 

If your entire keyboard is non-responsive then you may need to first restart your laptop. If unsuccessful you will then need to replace it. See our replacement guide here.

Keys Are Sticky ¶ 

If specific keys are sticky you can try to wipe around the key using a Que-tip dabbed in isopropyl alcohol. If unsuccessful you may have to replace these keys. See our replacement guide here.

Screen Not Displaying ¶ 

The laptop is on but the screen is black or not displaying properly.

Screen Came on But Shutoff ¶ 

Your laptop most likely died, see our above solution for the laptop being unplugged.

Screen Does Not Come On ¶ 

If the power button on the laptop located towards the top left of the keyboard is lit, then that means the screen could possibly be damaged. See our repair guide here.

Laptop Overheating ¶ 

The laptop feels warm and is running slow.

To Many Programs Running ¶ 

Sometimes you can work a laptop to hard by running to many programs at once. You should try restarting your computer.

Laptop Running Slow ¶ 

The laptop is taking long times to do simple tasks.

To Many Programs Running ¶ 

You may have to restart your computer since you have to many programs running. Also having your laptop on for long periods of time can cause this to occur as well.

System Restore ¶ 

You may have to do a system restore, which will completely wipe your entire computer and will help it run faster. *WARNING* (Doing this will get rid of everything on your computer be sure to back up important documents and files). You can this by searching for system restore and selecting it.

One Comment

My Hp 15 f272wm has the following issues :

Files and folders on screen and in the disk blink frequently, cursor blinks and one is unable to access the files or even Highlight them.

Any solution to the above problems?

Benson Waithaka - Reply

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