Last night I accidentally drained the battery fully ( it gave me 7% low battery sign, but I wasn't able to charge it) so it turned off, and I was too tired to charge it, so the next morning I tried to charge it, it worked, but when I tried to turn it on it won't power on.
One of my friends told me I probably fully drained the laptop's battery, and I should just leave it to charge overnight, which was probably correct because the charging light went from amber red (blinking) to a steady white light ( which in the manual
says the battery power is over 80%, but still when I try to power it on, it still won't work.
i still have its warranty, and I just bought it a little less than over 4 months ago, which is sad, are lenovo laptops this faulty?
Anyways, is there anything I could do for now to speed up the process of it being fully charged?
or maybe this is even a different case, and my laptop broke?
This is usually not a fault as such, but caused by some residual charge being "in the wrong place" to allow boot up. Please forgive the bad (wrong) description, but its the best I can do at 01:50 in the morning.
Try removing the battery completely and removing the charger. Now press and hld the [ON] button for about 30 seconds. Replace the battery and swich it on normally.
Please let me know how you get on.
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Thank you so much for the fast reply, ill be trying that in a bit, since my laptop's battery is inside itself and I still have to screw it open just to get it.
I'll have to find myself a small screw driver, then ill update you on what I get. Thanks so much for the fast reply mate, i've been up all night trying to figure this out, I hope it works, if so, you just saved me 1000$.