Question about HP Pavilion (PN153AAR) PC Desktop
Press f1 then nothing happens
Hi there hey have you tried to unplug the pc cord from the power supply and opening up the case and making sure that all of the power cords are connected correctly and you can also try to unplug the power supply connector to the motherboard and press the power button than remove the battery that is on the motherboard for 2 min this will reset the cmos, than put the battery back and plug in the power supply connector back in the motherboard and reboot you will have to re input the time and date but other than that you should be able to resume setup from here. please let me know how this works out for you , i can go further into detail if needed best regards mike
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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