Well, upon taking it out and trying to switch it on, not even the power light came on; it's entirely dead. I did not fall, trip or bump into something on my way, that pretty much i can assure. I also didn't spill liquid on it in between. Only thing is the chassis screws were removed while carrying it (just in case).
I tried resetting the power, by taking out the battery, unplugging the power cord, then pressing and holding the power button for a good minute, but the thing remains dead.
Oh, and i just tried it with a new oem power adapter, hasn't worked. The laptop ain't that old.
Seeing geek squad or something charges $75 for a diagnostic, i don't find it justified yet. What gives, how can the motherboard have failed simply from carryin the thing from a to b, or what could cause such a power glitch? I did not drop it.
If u happen not to know, where would be the cheapest for a laptop diagnostic, followed by diy? I basically just need to know if it's the motherboard, or something else.
Edited by cumputer, 31 March 2018 - 01:09 AM.