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I feel for you. HP makes a crummy product. That is why I never sell them anymore. Plus, as I do some warranty work for them, I get to see the problems up close. Their tech support usually sucks as well.
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None of the buttons will work untill the power is turned on and no sound will be heard.
You might want to try charging the battery by connecting the AC adapter to the laptop and plugging it into the wall outlet.
With the AC adapter connected, try powering up the laptop.
I hope this helps.
Most computers and laptops at some stage in their life get a Blue Screen (of death). The problem could be hardware related or operating system file problems.
Try reseating the RAM modules and hard disk first.
If it doesn't work then :-
On booting up press the F8 function key and try one of the options, eg The last known good configuration, Safe Mode etc.
If it still does not work, try the recover disk and as a last resort you will need to re-install Windows.