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There are several thing which may cause unexpected jams in the duplex tray..., 1. first thing to do is eliminate all other possibilities by removing the netCard/Net connection Parralel connection so the machine is Stand Alone. make sure there is paper in the feed cassette 2 ( paper Tray) press the TICK to enter menu scroll down to diagnostic- press TICK scroll down to paper path test - press Tick scroll down to Source and select tray 2 scroll down to Duplex And select YES ( if the duplex option is not visible here then there is a connection/seating problem with the duplex tray) Scroll down to copies and select 10 scroll up to print test page and press tick the machine should now start duplexing 10 pages, if you get the same error ( 1 page enters then jams) it could be a dirty/snapped paper entry sensor,( looks like a little plastic match stick that protrudes into the feed path of the paper) use a can of pressurised air to Blast any dust away from this arm and the surrounding area being careful to follow the Paper sensor Arm back to the sensor and blasting this as well- Duplexer tray are cheaper than an engineer call out, if the fix above fails , your cheapest option may be a replacement Duplexer tray, available from most HP office equipment Stores as well as Belmonte Business Equipment.
while its off try holding down the function key and the microsoft key and the B button and press the power button and hold all of them down for 5 secs that will get u into the bios look around in there be careful set it for default settings maybe even test battery in bios thats just 1 thing the next step would require a couple small purchases to eliminate the easy things let me know if you want also take out you cd drive gently while laptop is off all the way off not hibernate let me knowl
Yea they make a racket don't they.. I never really heard one as bad as yours sounds... a lot of the older day ranges had loud tickers too, a common fix I believe was to use vasaline/grease and pack it around the gears? but maybe a new one would be quieter.
Try first to remove the battery and connect the AC adapter to your laptop, you will use the power supply directly from the AC adapter without the battery. Turn on your laptop, then if its working normally as it should be,
Then try now to install back the battery then connect the AC adapter, turn it on. If still does not work, perhaps you have a problem with the battery.
How is your power supply? does it seem like you have to wiggle your cord that connects to computer to make it recieve power?...Many laptops power supply become loose over time form moving the cord around..when it does, the battery has a hard time getting electric power to recharge. Also, you my have other problems with your lithium internal battery that powers your cmos.
Check to see if your power supply is loose and go from there. the power supply is the little hole where you connect the cord to the laptop.
sounds like the hard drive trying to boot and can't. possible symptoms are a bad battery (i have had this happen to me) or in extreme instances a bad motherboard. i have completely dove into the tear down of the 30GB Zune and recently have repaired several to working order. check out ebay for the things i mentioned...hope this helps