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My HP 49g+ was off for the last 3years. I tried to put it on again but is doe'nt want to go on. I've replaced all the batteries, pressed the reset but still nothing?

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It's a problem with either the memory board or the button board. With my h5550, the bottom buttons started to stop working and eventualy the PPC stoped charging all together. You can find parts for it online. If all the buttons are working fine, then it's most likely the motherboard. Otherwise it should be the button board.

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