When I do as you suggest it ignores my command and just goes on to the regular sign in screen and regular start up. I'll check with a multimeter what the old battery reads as well when I take it out and compare it with the old one. Step 3: Boot up computer that starts improperly from the newly created boot disk. Everyone here in the forum very likely has much more computer knowledge than I. Last night I spilled a couple of drops, about a tablespoon, of water on the lid of the laptop when it was closed. But this time it didnt start to load as usual.
Tonight, I went airplane mode and selected restart. Laptop worked for a week before it crashed. As soon as you see the rotating loading circle, press and hold the Power Button until the computer shuts off. I then decided to search the internet for answers. Note: If this problem started after an update or system reinstall , please make sure the laptop is not connected to the internet in any way before you use the following instructions. So you can simply turn off your laptop and remove the battery.
I'm not sure if I did anything wrong but hopefully this can be fixed. Apparently the capacitors were storing some residual power and this was preventing Windows from booting. I don't have cd-roms or a back up, I have only recently got the machine. I will re-post if the problem recurs. Step 1: Swap the cables of hard disk over or change to another port on the motherboard.
I tried it as you said, but once I selected restart in Safe Mode, it again went into the reboot loop. After, it wouldn't start up, stalling on the microsoft loading bar page. The only way I can restart it is to press the reset button on the front panel after it idles down, or shut Windows down and power up from scratch. I had to do it on mine, but it was also because with Win8. If the laptop was going to boot, the wifi lamp would go from no illumination, to orange airplane mode to blue connected.
Then turn on the power supply behind the computer and press the start button again. It appears something is hanging up when during restart, it attempts to make the connection with wifi. Have you tried booting into Safe Mode? Will keep you folks posted as soon as I do so and run it for a week without any issues. Select it and see if the issue is solved. Top of line four years ago is bottom of the barrel today.
Welcome your feedback and comment. Since it is not passing the basic boot processes, I suspect the hard drive could be involved. I don't know if I still have the Windows 8 install disk, or if I ever had it. I was away and had not turned it on for 2 weeks. I did what you suggested, several times. Sounds like your motherboard is hosed. I'm not sure I agree, as one of the first things I tried was to download all of the most up to date device drivers, but I still had the problem.
I installed Windows 10 as an upgrade and ever since my computer will not do a restart. Repair Your Windows Installation A common reason for Windows to freeze up or reboot abnormally during the Windows startup process is because one or more important Windows files are damaged or missing. Sometimes I noticed that if I did a complete shut down and then switched the computer on again, the system would hang. This is perhaps a bug that Microsoft should investigate further. The original manual windows 8 says to tap f12 while powering up. Maybe there is a different way due to the update to 10? This would be followed by the orange lamp speakers off.
I've plugged it into a charger and the same happens. What I found in my initial search is interesting. To speed this up, you can also make yourself the Windows 10 installation media. Removing the battery, dusting around and putting it back in has worked. Of course, shut down the computer and unplug from the wall socket. It keeps repeating the same way and will never completely boot up leaving my computer unusable. Hi, This problem hapend to me aswell.
If your Windows 10 computer is not booting up, this tutorial will be for you. It stays on that screen for about 2 with the fan running at full speed and then turns off, and tries to boot again. I did unplug the pc from the main power and opened the case up. If it was going to freeze, I would have only the orange lamp illuminated for Airplane Mode. Immediately after turning on the computer, or restarting it usually after you hear your computer beep , tap the F8 key, repeatedly, in 1 second intervals.