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My HP dv9005us won't restart unless I remove battery for at least 25 min. other wise tries to boot but only fan runs and black screen.

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turn on pc (lights come on but nobodies home, no boot, no post, no nothing) put the pc into a bag or case (whatever you would carry it around in should work)
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okay in this case you have to take the battery out and power cord also not connected to the laptop . and then hold down the power button for 2 minutes and then put the battery in the machine and then try to boot the machine .

so that will work . if that still didnt work then boot the machine in the safe mode and then do the system restore to the erlier date .

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