Question about HP Pavilion a1130n (PX769AA) PC Desktop
Computer won't boot up; power button just flashes blue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blue button flashing
The reason why the button is flashing is cause the power supply is not putting out the right voltages and the motherboard can't power on.
Best thing to do is to see if you can try a different known good power supply and hook up the connectors to the motherboard only and see if it turns.
This usually takes care of the problem. I have also seen it where the motheboard is bad on rare occasion. To verify the motherboard after trying a different power supply is to make sure there is no cards in the pci slot and makes sure none of the drives are connected and the only cables that should be connected to the motherboard is the power supply.
Hope this helps and let me know if you need extra help.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Possible that this was unistalled and so you can try to RESTORE the PC to an earlier set point. Open the ccontrol panel and the ICON back up/Restore. If this wont solve then you must try to download the drivers and reinstall. Check the device manager and reinstall .
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
SOURCE: hp pavilion a705w - blue
On the back of the power supply there is a 120/220 V AC selector switch.
It's possible that switch got knock on the wrong voltage position.
Pull the power cable. Move the switch back and forth between the two position.
Make sure you leave the switch in the correct selection. 120v = USA
If you have time,open the case and inspect the RAM module(s) and card(s). They can be un-sitted.
plug in power cord and power on the pc.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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