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Step 1 : Turn off the system by pressing the power button for 5 - 10 sec until the power LED is off. Removed all cables including the power cable (Exclude monitor cable and KeyBoard/Mouse).
Step 2 : Press power button for 5-10 sec again to drain fela power.
Step 3 : Reconnect the power cable at the back of the tower/computer and power on the system.
**If the same problem exists, Call HP tech Support (800-474-6836) because there is a high possibility that you have a bad Motherboard or Power Supply on the system.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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