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Various Ways To Troubleshoot The Windows Interface

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Over the past few days, some readers have encountered an error code while troubleshooting Windows problems. This problem can arise for several reasons. Let’s discuss this now.

 

 

The most common causes are a problem with the charging cable connection or a problem with the power supply.

  1. Problem with cable feeder connection. One of the best things you can always assume with a black Windows screen is that the battery is low. This is the most common reason the device won’t start. Plug it in before you worry! If the device has been connected for a long time (it is recommended to charge at least 40% of the battery) and has not been used, make sure that the power indicator is on. If the indicator is off, there is a good chance that the connection issue is with the surface charging cable and not with the device itself.
  2. The next reason the Surface Pro won’t turn on, as noted above, may be due to extreme weather conditions. Your Surface Pro may freeze or overheat. Overheating is the main reason devices won’t turn on. Most devices have a built-in function that turns them off in case of overheating as a tamper mode. Thus, your device will not be any information is damaged or lost. You might think that these extreme weather conditions could damage your device, but this is not always the case. As we discussed above with my frozen device, there are several things you can do to reboot the device and continue using it.
  3. Our latest common problem is your device won’t wake up from sleep. To avoid this problem, make sure your device is always up to date.

In the end, there may not be a way you can try at home to fix the problem preventing your device from turning on. Fortunately, qualified professionals are at your disposal. Handle your device with care and learn the basics to keep your Surface Pro healthy.

How To Fix A Surface Pro That Won’t Turn On

Follow these steps to start Surface Pro again.

  1. Charge the battery . If you use Surface Pro or another Surface device for an extended period without plugging it in, the battery may run out To eat. Connect the charging cable and press the power button in the upper left corner of the device.

    Depending on how you have configured your device to hibernate, the battery may drain faster than expected even when you are not using it, because the device will be turned on even if it appears to be suspended. …

    You don’t have to wait until the surface is fully charged before turning it on. The surface can be turned on as soon as it is connected to a power source.

  2. Check the surface charging cable . If your Surface won’t turn on even after plugging in, the charging cable might be damaged. The easiest way to determine if the charging cable is damaged is to check the white LED at the end of the cable that connects to the side surface. If the cable is working properly, the LED will light up after connecting to the surface. If the light doesn’t come on, there are several possible solutions:

    • Disconnect and reconnect the cable from Surface Pro.
    • Unplug the cable and plug it back in.
  3. Try it Take another option.
  4. Turn the cable over and insert it upside down.
  5. Check if the cable is damaged. Bend the cable slightly in different places. If the charging light comes on when the cable is moved, it is damaged and needs to be replaced.
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    Perform a soft reset . If your surface won’t turn on or is freezing, you can fix this with a soft reset. A soft reset is a way to force restart your computer without affecting files, settings, or programs.

    How to turn off the power depends on the surface model. Make sure you are using the correct method described in the article linked above.

  7. Turn on Surface Pro using keyboard shortcut . If your Surface has a Type Cover, Touch Cover, or another keyboard, turn on your computer by pressing Windows logo key Ctrl Shift B.

    If you don’t have a keyboard on your surface, turn it on by quickly pressing the volume up and down buttons three times.

  8. Remove all surface accessories. Sometimes, devices connected to a Surface Book , laptop, GB, or Pro canThey can interfere with the correct switching on. If your Surface won’t turn on, turn off all keyboards, mice, and other USB devices before pressing the power button.

  9. Contact Microsoft Technical Support . If you’ve tried all of these solutions and your Surface Pro still doesn’t work, please contact the store you bought your Surface from or official Microsoft support. Microsoft Store dealerships provide technical support to customers. You can also talk to support agents on the Microsoft support website.

You don’t have to wait until the surface is fully charged before turning it on. The surface can be turned on as soon as it is connected to a power source.

How to turn off the power depends on the surface model. Make sure you are using the correct method described in the article linked above.

If you don’t have a keyboard on your surface, turn it on by quickly pressing the volume up and down buttons three times.

Thank you for letting us know!

 

 

Why won’t my Windows Surface turn on?

Your surface won’t start. Method 2:

Always turn off the surface first — not a problem in this case. Press and hold the volume down button (left) and the power button at the same time for at least 15 seconds. Release both buttons and wait another 15 seconds. Light the surface as usual.

How do I run a diagnostic on my surface?

Your surface won’t start, method 2:

Always turn off the surface first — not a problem in this case. Press and hold the Volume Down (left) and Power buttons at the same time for at least 15 seconds. Release both buttons and wait another 15 seconds. Light the surface as usual.

How do I reset my windows surface?

Here’s how it works:
  1. Press Windows logo key L on your keyboard. Close the lock screen if necessary.
  2. Hold down the Shift key and choose Power> Restart in the lower-right corner of the screen.
  3. After the interface restarts, on the Select an option screen, choose Troubleshoot> Reset This PC.