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MY NOTEBOOK WILL NOT BOOT UP I HAVE A BLACK SCREEN THE BLUE LED LIGHT LIGHT UP BUT THATS IT I HEARD THERE WAS A RECALL ON SOME BATTERYS CAN THAT BE THE PROBLEM?

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I have been successful with the following procedure for an HP laptop with a blank (black) screen
1. power off and remove battery
2. press start button for about 35-45 seconds
3. attach power cord (with battery still out)
4. start computer
5. reinstall battery
I have no idea why the problem occurs or why this seems to fix it but it does.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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Yes it is. I had same problem. It was solved after that.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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