Plug is Not Connected to Wall Outlet Check to see if the charger is plugged into the computer and also an outlet. Try a different outlet to ensure that it is not a problem with the power of the first outlet. Dead Battery If your laptop will only function while being connected to an outlet, your battery may be faulty. To fix this, replace your battery. Damaged Battery If your laptop will not turn on, check your battery for any physical damage or water damage. If you find evidence of damage your battery will need to be replaced. Issue with Charger Check to see if the charger is one that is recommended to use by the manufacturer. If not, obtain a recommended charger. Check to see if your device will charge with a different charger. If this is the case you will need to replace the charger you have.
Keys are Stuck There might be crumbs stuck inside your keyboard. Try holding your laptop upside down or at a 45 degree angle from being horizontal and give it a few good shakes that will dislodge anything stuck between your keys. Use a keyboard vacuum or a can of compressed air, these can help to remove any particles in between the keys interfering with its usability. Loose Cable The ribbon cable connected to the keyboard may have come loose. Fix this by reconnecting the cable. Water Damage If you spilled any liquids, especially soda that can get sticky when dried, apply some cleaning solution, such as rubbing alcohol or soapy water, to a dish towel and gently rub down the affected keys. You can also remove keys and wipe it from the inside. If those methods are not applicable, try rebooting your computer. If none of these work, try replacing the keyboard.
Finding the Correct Network On the device’s Home Screen, click on the Network icon in the bottom right corner of the page. All local networks will appear, click on the appropriate network to access the Internet. Enter password if needed. Creating a Wireless Hotspot On the device’s Home Screen, click on the Network icon in the bottom right corner of the page and click on Network Setting. A new window will appear and at the bottom with the option of Use as Hotspot. Click Turn On to confirm this authorization. Click on this option to make your device a hotspot for other electronical devices. For devices to connect, near devices will need your device’s SSID and security key.