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Try taking the battery out. Then with the computer plugged into the AC adapter turn the computer on.
There have been cases where bad batteries were causing odd electrical fluctuations that prevented the computer from working correctly.
If that doesn't work you can leave the batteries out, unplug the computer for a few minutes. Put the batteries back in, plug the AC adapter in and try starting the computer. Its not a full reset but it may help.
You could also try attaching your computer to a tv or another monitor
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is caused by burn out of the Nvidia graphics chip on the motherboard. You need a new motherboard. This is due to a design flaw (the subject of a class action against HP in the USA). I have had two motherboards fail on me in this way so far - do not expect any worthwhile support from the HP "support" people they are all in India and can hardly communicate outside of their simple repetative scripts. Its impossible to escape them - I tried communicating with head office but all you get is contact details back to the incomprehensible Indian call centre. I strongly recommend against ever purchasing from HP again.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Take out your battery and hold down the power button for 60secs... This will release any excess charge built up in the machine.Put the power back on but without the battery,just plug the adapter and if it turns on then you know what's wrong.You need a new battery.Make your laptop light.Make sure you don't have anything attached to the Laptop and then restart. It could also be your hardware [motherboard,graphics card,screen] problem,if you can,try tightening the screen connection from inside. If that also doesn't solve the problem then you need to go to the company service center.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
try setting the frequency down to 60hz and the resolution before you connect. then if it works you can set it up again with a setting the TV likes
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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