Sometimes it may happen that the Windows system cannot start after a power failure. Or sometimes the computer turns on but does not display the screen after a power failure. Windows 10 did not start correctly at startup and stuck in a startup recovery loop. A number of users have reported this issue. After a power failure, the desktop computer refuses to start normally.
Power outages by themselves usually do not damage your computer’s hardware. However, in some cases, power outages are accompanied by power surges. There is a concern that these power surges could damage your computer (and other electronic devices).
A power surge can have a number of consequences for your computer, including:
- The motherboard is damaged
- Damaged hard drive
- Slow performance
- Inability to maintain battery power
To avoid these problems, it is best to use a surge protector on your computer, be it a desktop or laptop. This is a great way to help protect your computer from electrical shock in the event of a power surge.
Remember even if you have a “real” surge protector. Turning off the device for a few seconds may affect your computer. Even if your computer is not damaged, you may have problems starting after a crash.
Resetting the power supply helps to deal with this situation
- Unplug the power cord from your PC.
- Now unplug the VGA cable, the USB keyboard and mouse contains external devices (if connected).
- Press and hold the computer’s power button for 10 seconds (shutdown).
- Release the power button and reconnect the AC adapter to the desktop computer.
- And restart your PC
- Try again
Check your computer fans after a power failure
If you are trying to turn on the computer and the fan does not turn on when the power supply is on, either your power supply is not working and needs to be replaced, or you are replacing the entire power supply. case and your power supply.
If the chassis is accessible and you are starting up the computer and the fan is not working, the problem may be with the power supply to the card. As a result, you may need to replace your motherboard or processor – or both.
If your drives are running with the processor turned off, the motherboard, processor, or other critical part of your computer may suffer from power surges after a power failure. These items are susceptible to electric shock.
Contact a professional to check after a power failure.
If the other solutions do not work, it is best to contact your device manufacturer to test them.