Question about HP EliteBook 2530p Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
are you switching off, or just closing the lid? On most laptops, closing the lid just hibernates and constantly uses power, it can be changed in the control panel power options.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
had the same problem - press and hold th power button without the battery connected for 30sec
refit battery and try again - it worked for me
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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Posted on Sep 14, 2011
SOURCE: hi my hp elitebook 2530p
one possible cause would be the hardware problem, better to send it to the technical person inorder to prevent further damage of your laptop. Just a suggestion thanks.
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
Just a quick one or two at the moment. Have to locate the problem then figure the fix sooooo..
1. Please refer to the photo: Note the 'hands', one at the top right and the other at the bottom right of the screen. With the power on and the computer in the normal ready to use mode....
What I suggest you do is hold the bottom right corner firmly, keeping it relatively immovable while, at the same time, GENTLY, and NOT completely, SLOWLY start bringing the top left corner down toward the bottom right corner, actually moving the top barely an eighth of an inch, flexing just a tiny bit...
If the display flickers then, hopefully, it is a loose display cable, usually a flat one that lies under the keyboard and need only be adjusted. a tedious but very inexpensive solution.
Another quick, albeit unlikely fault to check is your battery. I know, I know, it's so obvious but I have to ask: Have you tried using the computer from a DIFFERENT wall outlet, better still, at a buds house?
Let's get these two out of the way before moving on? Let me know! I'll look into recalls, frequent problems, etc....
Posted on Nov 21, 2012
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