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Sounds like there is a connection problem inside your computer. unless you are trained in computer repairs DO NOT DISASSEMBLE. call technical support and see what they tell you and if they have somewhere you can send the laptop for repairs. find out how much repairs will cost before you send it because sometimes repairs cost more than a replacement laptop.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: startup problem
that wouldn't mean the processor is off, it means there is a problem with the motherboard. I don't know the exact problem with the motherboard. but it could be something wrong with the processor too. but I suggest you take your PC to like Circuit city, best buy, or your local computer shop to have them take a look at.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
that means your laptop has no power so your battery is dead which would explain why it shut down on you, and that means its not charging so it would either be the adapter or the port on your laptop
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Same thing happened to me.
I stumbled on this link and the solution made sense to me.
What I did was to nudge in the Hard drive to make sure it wasn't loose and press down slightly on the processor even though it didnt feel loose.
Worked for me. Though I'd help someone else since someone else 's post helped me.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
this sounds like the inverter in the screen. I would start by subbing the lcd screen. Then try and external monitor. video problems are difficult. don't get frustrated
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
SOURCE: HP G61 NOTEBOOK PC BIOS
It would seem that your BIOS has become corrupted somehow. First try entering your BIOS setup. I believe for HP computers when you press power tap the F10 key until it opens. There you can try to reset them in some fashion and save. Try rebooting. If that fails then remove the battery and repeatedly press the power button for about 10 seconds.. (make sure it is also unplugged, this is to discharge the power from the system) then replace the battery and try booting again. Otherwise it would seem that you might have tried to load the wrong BIOS into your laptop. Check with HP then if you are still covered or not. :/
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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