As a test I'd remove the battery and charger, press the power button for 60 seconds, release, slip in the battery, apply power and wait 5 minutes. If it doesn't boot up and charge then some hardware failed (most likely from the drop.) Get estimates as sometimes it's cheaper to get the same laptop and slide the HDD from the failed laptop to the replacement.
After dropping my laptop cable it would not charge my laptop. Although no visible damage it would still not charge my laptop. I bought a new laptop cable. The light on the brick of the cable shows static green when plugged into wall socket. As soon as I plug it into the laptop it starts flashing green and won't charge my laptop. It is an Acer V5 122P. The laptop ran out of charge before I noticed it wasn't charging. Does anyone know what might be wrong? I have tried the battery reset but can't tell if it worked as no charge in laptop. Keep it simple please. I'm a novice.