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Re: my HP Compaq 2710p will not charge
I PUT A HEAT SINK FROM A CPU AND ATTACHED COOLING FAN TO THE HEAT SINK
AND THAN ATTACH IT TO THE BLACK OBLONG LONG RECTANGLE BOX LIKE OBJECT AND IT WILL STAY VERY COOL AND ALSO SAVE THE BATTARY FROM OVER HEATING AND DAMAGING THE BATTERY.
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Hey Judith, I have had a similar problem with my wife's Dell laptop. Unfortunately, the only solution was to replace the battery. Laptop batteries do not last forever. Did you notice that it was staying charged less? If so, that is the case. You can pick up a battery at Amazon.com. Here is a link to what you are looking for. Hope that helps!
I know some methods to reset bios password. 1. The best and easiest method: Close OS and shut down the electricity power of computer. Open your computer box, take out the cmos battery from the mainboard. Then the bios password will be reset to blank. Put it back after a few minutes. 2. Follow some hard tutorials, it is difficult to do. It is better that you are a expert. For example this tutorial: reset BIOS Password?
So I would suggest you the 1st method. Hope it helps.
Probably the connector between screen and mobo has come loose, it a common problem, I had the problem on a Tx1000, remove the battery, and underneath is a small casing, remove that and there should be several connectors, check and see if they are all inserted
Try power draining your computer first. remove battery and ac adapter, then press and hold power button for 15-20 sec. Expect no response since there is no power source. After that, try if pc will now turn on. If it still wont, possibly it will be needing a motherboard replacement.
Battery problem buddy.
You battery has started to loose charge, a time will come when in every seconds time 1% will decrease. Its simply the end of your battery, you can try tips and tricks but they will not be that helpful.
pull the battery out and unplug the power changer hold the enter key for one full minute then install battery see what charge amount says if half way drain it till compter shuts off then charge, if it does not fix the problem the battery is dead.Rate if this was helpful.