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HP computer stuck on "HP Invent" screen without any of the keyboard options working- f11 setup, esc for boot menu, etc.

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I am having the same issue. However, I have completely unplugged the printer from my computer (since I purchased a new printer.) I try the hardware reset as described and the screen still come up "HP invent" with the status bar moving. It does that 20 seconds then goes blank and repeats.

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Do hardware reset

>while printer is on unplug power cord at the back of it
>press and hold # and 6 buttons
>while holding the buttns plug back the power cord to the printer
>release when printer initilase or when you see semi full reset
>if the printer will not power back on after 10 sec press the power button
>it should ask for you to set up the language etc
>this should clear the issue

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