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These are full of Problems also.. Its a No POST/BOOT Scenario and it could be a number of things. Try Pulling the Battery, Leaving the Adapter unplugged, Hold the power button down for a full 30-45 seconds, Plug the adapter in and retry. If it does not POST swap CPU/RAM with known good working components and if this does not help post back we can do more.
(At least these use TSOP RAM for the Video chipset which is more stable than prior HP's And the Samsung BGA)..
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
Try an external monitor. If that works then there is a problem with the screen cable, which is replaceable.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
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