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My hp pavilion tx1000series won't boot even at bios

My laptop won't load vista. it turns on with black screen and nothing else, even at BIOS won't load, its just black screen and led light. The laptop doesn't even sound like to do anything. the only you can hear is the fan's turning. i restart and nothings happen. 

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    I have the same problem. Anyone knows how to fix this?

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EXTREMELY common failure in the TX1000 line. Problem is the mainboard, part# 441097-001. From HP it should only be about $200 on exchange. DO NOT get this part anywhere else, as the OTHER common failure for this model is the wifi goes out.
I do about 10 of these TX's per day, no im not kidding, and i promise you HP has the most stable parts source around for this.

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