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i have a problem with my laptop it won't turn on... no power , no sign of light i've tried everything , it was strike by lighting.

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Hello, does your laptop appear to be physically damaged (if it has been struck by lightning). Add a photo if possible.

For a start, you can try this:

1. Disconnect everything
2. Unplug power
3. Push 2-3 times the start button to eliminate remaining current
4. Reconnect everything
5. Push the start button

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Yes I've done all that but still there's no sign of life. Please help me ,I can't even right my school assignment.
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Ok, if it has been struck by lightning (how did this happen?) I imagine that is permanently damaged.

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I did everything I disassembled the motherboard, remove the memory ,i used another Ac adaptor.
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I was watching movies at night before the lighting struck my computer, then I heard thunderstorms so I unplugged everything that was plugged in and while I was trying to sleep that night I saw a bolt of lightning and it went through my plugs... I can't explain more because i didn't see everything.
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Unfortunately, I think its probably cooked... you can try going to your local PC repair store once the Coronavirus lockdown has been eased (if this is the case in your region).
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Yah alright thanks a lot.