Let me know how you get on!
I have just done now, a shuttdown, and a restart, and everything went ok!
Someone may say that the following is superfluous, but personal experience suggests the opposite. If your laptop or computer does not turn on, check the cable connection (not only the plug plugged into the socket, but also the connector connected to the system unit), the functionality of the socket itself and anything else related to the connecting cables (possibly the efficiency of the cable itself).
If shortly before the problem occurred, you were cleaning your computer from dust or installing new hardware and the computer did not turn on "completely", ie. there is neither fan noise nor power indicator light, check the connection of the power supply to the connectors on the motherboard, as well as the connectors of the front panel of the system unit (see How to connect the front panel of the system unit to the motherboard)
And,maybe you have got a virus. But I am not sure.
Anyway, wish you good luck!
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It happens that everything is in order with the outlet, but the electricity does not reach the computer due to poor contact of the power cable. You need to try to pull the power cable out of the system unit and firmly insert it back.
Make sure it's not a slow boot. ...
Make sure your monitor or display is functional. ...
Eliminate external hardware. ...
Reset memory modules and internal components. ...
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