Asus latpop X540L


Dec 20, 2017

If this issue is appearing after any software or hardware installation then please remove or uninstall it & check is it working fine or not.
Or Load BIOS default. You can load it easily by doing the following steps:
Turn on the laptop. Press F2 as soon as you see ASUS logo to enter BIOS. Then press F9 to load BIOS default. Then "save and exit" and then reboot the laptop.
If the problem still occurs, then go to the Control Panel -> Power Option -> Build the Power Plan -> Select the High-Performance mode and try again.
Also if convenient, try to connect the AC Adapter to different power Outlets in your home or office for a further test.

Hopefully, any of the above methods would work if unluckily nothing works then your internal battery seems to be failed.
NOTE: Yes, I know some batteries are not so easy to get to, on some devices. However, it should be removable/replaceable. Unless it is under warranty, then you should contact the manufacturer first.

Try the following and see if it will turn on...

1. Unplug your charger cord.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Press and hold the "Power" button for 30 seconds.
4. Now plug back in the power/charger cord.
5. Now put the battery back in.

If this doesn't help, then test the power cord to see if it is good. Either try your cord in another device, or try another devices cord in your laptop. You may also want to try charging it when the device is off, rather than on. If it works then, the cord is probably the issue.

Should that not be the problem, then check the battery to see if it needs replacing.



Dec 28, 2017

While many batteries are complicated to get to, that doesn't make them not removable. However, if you do not feel comfortable doing it yourself, you can try taking it to a local tech. Or, if the device is still under warranty, then contact the manufacture.