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I have a HP m7000 and there was a power outage, and now it won't even start at all anymore. Is there a fuse or something. It has no response to being turned on or off. All cables appear functional.

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  • sherlock852 Dec 21, 2008

    But how do you check the charger, the batteries?

  • sherlock852 Dec 23, 2008

    Thanks - yes very helpful and prompt!

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First check ur charger ,then ur battery is working or not...If both are ok then ur motherboard needs to be replaced...

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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    Sibananda Jena Dec 22, 2008

    Sorry I thought its a laptop....

    So first check the power supply SMPS inside the cabinet(for that u can lokk inside the cabinet for fan movement or any lght glowing )..If it is ok then ur mother board needs to be replaced...


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