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Three of four legs that hold power button are broken. Where can I get new button?
Http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/HP-Pavillion-DV7-4020sa-Power-Button-Board-Ribbon-Cable-DA0LX7PB4B0-/280993258560?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item416c80dc40 AU $15.13 +AU $7.63 shipping Im not saying this the correct power button only a guide
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will see one big connector with 20 pins which goes to your motherboard and fits from only one direction. connect the 4 pins connectors to your CD/DVD rom(s) and hard disk(s). again the connector can be plugged from one side. If you have a floppy drive then you can connect the smaller white 4 pins connector to it.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2007
I had the same problem, I unplugged my computer to move it before it had fully powered down. It wouldn’t start and all I got was the flashing lights.
I asked a friend who suggested I remove the power to the motherboard then reinsert it while it’s hot. Here’s what I did. Unplug the computer. Touch something metal so you’re grounded and don’t create a static shock on the motherboard. Now GENTLY pull the 16pin wire harness off the motherboard. Now plug the computer power cord back in. Then GENTLY plug the motherboard back in. With any luck the fan will start up and the computer will begin booting up. It seems to be some type of problem where the power supply doesn’t recognize the motherboard so it doesn’t do anything until it “sees it”? Probably some type of a safety to prevent motherboard burnout?
Posted on May 26, 2009
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