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Hp dv9000 will not start up. blue lights are go

I have tried to start up the dv 9000 and all i get is a black screen and the blue lights flashing. i have tried fixing the problem by removing battery and AC power cord and holding power button down, then try to start it up to no avail. i then went on to pressing the F10 which done nothing. what to do???

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You get a black screen right, nothing at all then no bios, no logo, nothing at all?
Do you get any beep codes and if so in what order?
did you try different ram?
First try to plug your laptop to an external monitor. If it works, you screen is bad, if it doesn't you probably need a new motherboard.

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