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Hii, My computer is not booting up, no beeps at all even cant go to bios

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  • singh268 Dec 26, 2008

    thanks sytem fan is running so i guess its not a power issue

    anything else which u can suggest

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    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

    Sounds like a power issue. If a computer tech came to fix it the first thing they would do is check to ensure all of your connections are plugged in, adapter is working, socket it giving you juice. So check for anything that has to do with supplying power to our PC. Including moving it to a different location and plugging it in.

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Have you tried putting in either your Windows CD or System Repair disc and seeing if it will boot up from there? We'll get it fixed just have to first try all of the obvious things frist.

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You might have one of the DV6000 computers with a motherboard failure as described on the web page below. Rather than try to diagnose your problem here, let me just suggest that you read the page and call HP if it fits your situation. HP is replacing these motherboards free even for units more than a year old, so it's worth a look. Goof luck!

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