What is Power Drain
Sometimes, a static charge remains on the computer’s motherboard and runs around it even after turning off the computer and after removing the laptop battery too. This “power” is called “flea power.” The power drain process drains all the extra power (static charge) from your electronic devices. Here, on this page, we will show you how you can perform a power drain process on a computer. We have given a step by step guide with pictures of how to power drain the Laptop. Please follow the following steps:
- Steps to perform the Power Drain process on a Laptop.
- Steps to apply Power Drain on a desktop computer.
Why we need to perform a power drain
The main reason is when the laptop or desktop computer is working properly or doing some unusual acts. For an example: Your laptop is blinking all the lights but is not booting up.
What type of problems can be fixed by using the power drain process?
We are sharing with you some common issues that can be fixed.
- All the lights on the laptop are blinking but not booting up
- USB Ports are not detecting any device
- Getting a BSOD (blue screen) message
- Computer sound is not working
How To Power Drain a Laptop [Steps]
- Turn off the Laptop
- Unplug all the cables from the Laptop
- Take out the Laptop battery
- Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds and then release it to drain the flea power (static charge.)
- Reconnect all cables back again and turn on the laptop.
How To Power Drain The Desktop Computer [Steps]
- Turn off the computer
- Unplug all the cables from the back of the computer
- Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds and then release it to drain the flea power (static electricity.)
- Reconnect all cables back again and turn on your computer.