How to Troubleshoot “Wireless Capability is Turned Off” Problem on Windows PC

Many Windows users complain on the forums that their wireless network suddenly stops working. After troubleshooting the network, the “Wireless capability is turned off” error is found. If you also encounter this error, don’t worry. You can solve the problem by following these instructions.

What causes the “Wireless capability is turned off” problem on Windows PC?

Several reasons can cause this error message. The most common reason has to do with power management settings and the ability to turn off the AC adapter to conserve battery power. It is also common for users to inadvertently disable the wireless capability with a key combination on most laptops. read more

How to Troubleshoot: The ‘Laptop Will Not Turn On’ Issue

If your laptop doesn’t turn on or doesn’t start after you turn it on, there are several ways to solve the problem. Below are troubleshooting steps to help you find the cause of your laptop not turning on. For best results, we recommend that you follow each of these steps.

Why won’t my laptop turn on?

There are many possible reasons why your laptop doesn’t turn on. It could be a problem with the power supply, the laptop screen, the battery, or even a faulty component on the motherboard.

How do you fix a laptop that won’t turn on?

Perform a system restore

  1. Get to the Advanced Options window.
  2. Then select the System Restore option in the Advanced Options window.
  3. Then enter your account password.
  4. Use the saved restore point on your computer to return Windows 10 to its previous normal state.
  5. Reboot your Windows 10 computer/laptop and check if it turns on properly.

Check the power supply, laptop charger, and battery

  1. You can first check if the power switch is on, if you are using an extension cord, and if the laptop charger is plugged in.
  2. Try unplugging the laptop and plugging it back in. You can also plug the laptop directly into an outlet to reboot it.
  3. Make sure you plug the laptop charger into the right port on your computer.
  4. Replace another compatible, working laptop charger cable and see if that solves the problem.
  5. You can also try removing the battery from the laptop and plugging it directly into a power source.
  6. If your Windows 10 computer can boot normally, your laptop battery may be faulty; you can replace a new laptop battery.

Check your laptop’s monitor

If your computer has power but won’t turn on, check your laptop monitor first. Sometimes a bad UPS can be the cause of the monitor problem. You can replace the UPS to see if the problem can be resolved. read more

How to Troubleshoot: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT LESS OR EQUAL (kbdclass.sys) on Windows 10

Blue screen Driver IRQL error NOT LESS OR EQUAL after a recent Windows 10 update or installation of a new hardware device? An IRQL error is a memory-related error that often occurs when a system process or driver attempts to access a memory address for which it does not have the correct permissions. The problem is mostly caused by an incompatible driver, third-party antivirus software, or hardware failure.

In this post, we have listed all possible causes and solutions to fix the Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal bluescreen error in Windows 10. read more

Troubleshooting: Pink and Green Lines on Windows Monitor/Display

Computer monitors, like all components of a computer system, depending on several possible factors: computer input, monitor settings, and the performance of the monitor itself. If you see vertical lines on the screen, it may be caused by one or more of these factors. Sometimes the solution is straightforward, other times fixing vertical lines requires some troubleshooting.

What causes pink and green lines on the Windows screen?

Horizontal or vertical lines on your computer screen can be caused by a variety of problems, from outdated video card drivers to improper video cable connections and faulty ribbon cables. You can go into the BIOS settings to determine if this is a software or hardware problem. read more

Troubleshooting: The Laptop Keyboard Has Stopped Responding on Windows PC

You are working on your laptop and suddenly the “I” key doesn’t work. Or several keys stop responding. Even worse, the keyboard doesn’t work at all. While this is annoying, especially if you have work to do, there are a few things you can try to do yourself to get back to work.

If your laptop’s keyboard has stopped working, there are several things you can do – some relatively easy, others a little more complicated. Either way, keyboard problems can be solved, depending on how quickly and whether you need to pay for it. read more