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Disconnect all peripherals, except keyboard, mouse and monitor. Try to start the machine in safe mode and if it comes up okay, then try to restart it into normal windows. If the problem continues, remove all but one stick of ram, and try again. if it happens again, change out the stick of ram with one of the other ones. IF this fails, and the problem still exists, try to boot from a usb drive. If it boots normally then you may have a problem in windows, and that may need a re-install.
normally the wires black connectors are marked with white text like PWR SW and PWR LED and stuff and the colors of the wires normally correspondes to the color on the motherboard.....ill look it up and see what i can do for you!
Try a bios reset first.
Second pull out the memories (RAM). If you hear beeps on startup the the motherboard and the processor is ok.
If not, possibly could be the processor. Also try with other power source.
PUT YOUR OLD COMP BACK THE WAY IT WAS .IF IT BOOTS AS ALWAYS,GO TO CONTROL PANEL.SELECT "SYSTEM",SELECT DEVICE MGR,SELECT DISK DRIVES.RIGHT CLICK ON YOUR SLAVE,SELECT UNINSTALL,FOLLOW INSTRUCTS.TURN OFF COMP AND REMOVE YOUR SLAVE.REBOOT.HOPE IT WORKS FOR YOU!
You should be able to find an HP service provider in your area either by looking in the phonebook or by calling HP directly. You may even be able to order the part directly from HP. You will have to pay for it, however, and if you choose not to do the work yourself, will also be billed for the labor.