Question about HP Computers & Internet
Remove batterry. Keep power button pressed for 30 seconds. Put battery back. Power on. Check RAM Memory for problems. Try another RAM memory. Please post results. Thank you
Posted on Apr 18, 2013
Bharath Rajkumar wants more answers to this question
try starting your own post
with PC model
and OS running, windows what?
and did your read the above battery out bit. be wise.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sub out the ram one at a time, if luck is there unit will start, second option is remove the main battery often loads the system down.
Posted on Mar 05, 2012
SOURCE: my ******* hp probook 4510s
Hi and welcome to fixya!
I have a similar problem and it turned as a problem with the battery (mine is a Thinkpad). To troubleshoot further, try using the battery alone (with the charger unplugged). If it powers up after shutting down then definitely you've got a shorted battery or the connection between the battery and the motherboard.
For this you'll have to call the warranty support. If you're in the US just call the toll free number - 800-HP invent or 800-474-6836.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
flashing battery light is normal when the battery is empty ,and the orange led should become steady when you insert charger then it should turn to blue and after the battery is fully charged the led is turned off, i think the problem is that no charging happens check your adapter and the DC input
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
The power supply is the issue, or the DC jack in the laptop has developed bad connections, or ram issue. Remove 1 stick of ram and power on, if no! remove second one, and replace the first, power up, if no! test the power supply for proper voltage, if okay! it is a DC jack or motherboard problem.
Posted on Mar 10, 2012
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