Question about HP Pavilion 754n PC Desktop
I would say there is a problem with the motherboard, you could check to make sure the power supply is connected, if you don't know what a motherboard or power supply is, i would advise that you take the computer to a technician, you could injure yourself, or ruin the computer completely if you attack it with a screwdriver
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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