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First thing to do as(as suggested by HP also,also) is: turn of your PC take off your PC, unplug the batterycharger, take of chargerout the battery, then open the RAM slot.
First thing to do as(as suggested by HP also,also) is: turn of your PC take off your PC, unplug the batterycharger, take of chargerout the battery, then open the RAM slot.
 
Take ofout the ramRAM and disconnect the wireless cardcard.
Take ofout the ramRAM and disconnect the wireless cardcard.
 
Press the power button when inat that pointpoint, and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.
Press the power button when inat that pointpoint, and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.
 
Reassemble it all and try to boot.
 
It may be a power problem or BIOS failure - tryfailure. Try this outout; afterwards, it should be OK.
It may be a power problem or BIOS failure - tryfailure. Try this outout; afterwards, it should be OK.
 
If that does not work, the worst scenario is that you just reset your BIOS from CMOS by taking out the small battery behind the RAM modules for a few seconds.
 
Hope the info helped.

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Edit by: Taylor Arnicar ,

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First thing to do as suggested by HP also, turn of your PC take off the battery take of charger open the RAM slot.
 
Take of the ram and disconnect the wireless card
 
Press the power button when in that point and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.
 
Reassemble theit all and try to bootboot.
Reassemble theit all and try to bootboot.
 
It may be a power problem or biosBIOS failure - try this out Iit should be OK.
It may be a power problem or biosBIOS failure - try this out Iit should be OK.
 
If that does not work, the worst scenario is that you just reset your BIOS from CMOS by taking out the small battery behind the RAM modules for a few seconds.
 
Hope the info helped.

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Edit by: Taylor Arnicar ,

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First thing to do as sugestedsuggested by HP also,,turnalso, turn of ur pcyour PC take ofoff the battery take of charger open the ram slotRAM slot.
First thing to do as sugestedsuggested by HP also,,turnalso, turn of ur pcyour PC take ofoff the battery take of charger open the ram slotRAM slot.
 
takeTake of the ram and disconetdisconnect the wirleswireless card
takeTake of the ram and disconetdisconnect the wirleswireless card
 
presPress the power button when in that point and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.
presPress the power button when in that point and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.
 
ReasembleReassemble the all and try to boot
ReasembleReassemble the all and try to boot
 
itIt may be a power problem or bios failure try this out iI should be okOK.
itIt may be a power problem or bios failure try this out iI should be okOK.
 
If that does not workwork, the worst scenario uis that you just reset ur biosyour BIOS from cmosCMOS by taking out fo some secs the small batery behingbattery behind the ramRAM modules for a few seconds.
If that does not workwork, the worst scenario uis that you just reset ur biosyour BIOS from cmosCMOS by taking out fo some secs the small batery behingbattery behind the ramRAM modules for a few seconds.
 
hopeHope the info heledhelped.
hopeHope the info heledhelped.

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Original post by: George ,

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First thing to do as sugested by HP also,,turn of ur pc take of the battery take of charger open the ram slot

take of the ram and disconet the wirles card

pres the power button when in that point and keep it pressed for like 30 sec.

Reasemble the all and try to boot

it may be a power problem or bios failure try this out i should be ok

If does not work the worst scenario u just reset ur bios from cmos by taking out fo some secs the small batery behing the ram modules

hope the info heled

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