Question about HP Computers & Internet
Remove the power first then:
Take the side panel off and make sure that all of the connectors are secure in their sockets
It is possible that the machine was bounced and the power connector from the PSU has come adrift .
Check the wiring from the front panel power on/off switch to the push on connectors on the Motherboard
Go onto www.hp.com and download an installation manual for the machine or look at the Motherboard when you have the cover off and go to their website and do the same thing
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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