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Wont pwr up

Wont power up even with the cord in
no lights

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Hi,
Remove your battery, optical drive and reseat your memory. If you still have no power it sounds like either the ac-adapter or the dc jack (plug).
Try another ac-adapter if you can and see what happens. If there is still no power, I would say your DC jack needs to be serviced or replaced.

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my computer does not want to turn on

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Normally if the computer has the black display then follow these steps:
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2) disconnect the printer and the internet cord//
3)hold the pwr button for 1 min and then release// this is called "pwr drain" when the pwr cord is disconnected//
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Florida Bob,

Battery is part of the power/charging circuit. As you have found it needs to be in place; kaput or not.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/t15330613-hp_pavilion_dv8_not_starting_up


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