Shut down and remove the charger/power supply from laptop. Remove the battery. Press power button to discharge any residual power. Plug in the charger and press the power button. Did the computer turn on? If yes then battery is either dead or defective. Did it boot up into Windows?
If same result in another laptop then the battery is probably defective. Is it a DELL battery or a third party one? Update (01/16/2021): How to Reset the Dell Battery Sensor You can follow the following steps, which take only minutes and require no tools, to attempt a reset of your Dell battery: (1) Completely power down the laptop and remove the cord from the computer. (2) Flip the laptop over. (3) Push on the battery release button or buttons to release the battery form the computer and remove the battery. (4) Power on the computer without the battery, allowing it to boot completely. (5) Completely power the computer down and remove the cord once again. (6) Reinstall the battery, plug in the power adapter and re-boot the computer. Let us know how it goes.
Might be a driver issue. Was there a Windows update before this problem appeared? Search for ”Device Manager” and open it. Look down the device list for “Network Adapters”, double click on it and look for any devices that DO NOT begin their name with “WAN Miniport”. The two will be your Ethernet and Wi-Fi adapters. Do either have an exclaimation mark in a yellow triangle? If yes right click on it and select “Uninstall device”. If this doesn’t fixit them run Diagnostic for network connection: Repairing Internet connection using Windows network diagnostics (1) Right-click on the connectivity. icon on the system tray of your desktop. ... (2) Press the Windows. ... (3) Right-click on the connectivity icon on the system tray of your desktop. (4) Select Troubleshoot problems. (5) Right-click on the Windows Wireless network icon on your computer's system tray. (6) Select Repair. Let us know how it goes.
The hard drive is either defective or the connector is not completely connected. First remove the battery: https://support.lenovo.com/nz/en/solutio...-68269 and then the hard drive: https://support.lenovo.com/nz/en/solutio...-hard-drive-removal-and-installation-thinkpad-x60-tablet-x61-tablet and YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSjNHUeM... Before replacing reconnect and see if that works. If still not detected then replace.
I know this is not an immediate solution but for future choices. These name branded external drives are the worst possible choice. Always, always purchase a SEPERATE case/controller and hard drive. Again, why? Often the branded ones have the drive’s circuit board and the USB port imbedded in the same circuit board. If that circuit screws up you are often lost. The component solution (like a good hi-fi sound systems) allows you to easily take the drive out, if the USB part goes bad, and recover your software in another system or case. If the drive dies replace it or upgrade to SSD or larger capacity. A no brainer!
Not specifically for the speakers but they may help you: Disassembling Laptop Toshiba Satellite P855 P850 plus Hinge FIX, or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhRgwvL7... and here is what they look like: https://www.ebay.com/c/1230654409
From what you have described I would say it is probably the HDMI cable that is the problem. Have you tested it on another system? Just curious, why would you want the HDMI cable over Display Port? It is like beer and champagne.
Replace the board unless you have some circuit board repair experience. Here’s one possible source: https://www.televizyonkarti.net/171ps20p-23127606-27096943-150313R-%20Vestel%20Led%20tv%20power%20board-V500HJ1-LE1-Philips50PFL3008K12 Schematics: https://electronicshelponline.blogspot.c...-17ips20-power-board-circuit.html Most of the searches bring up the Vestel 171ps20 but not the Vestel 171ps20p. “P” for Philips?
This guide will show you how to find and remove the speakers: Razer Blade 15 Motherboard Replacement As to replacements you will have to look online, for example: https://www.ebay.com/b/Razer-Laptop-Replacement-Parts/168061/bn_7117362633?Type=Speakers... but see you have a local source.