Question about HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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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Shut your computer down and remove the power cord.
Replace the power cord and press the "Power" button to restart it.
Watch the screen carefully for a message about computer setup.
Most computers use one of the function keys, which are aligned across the top of the keyboard, to access the computer's setup utility, but each manufacturer uses a different key.
For instance, HP computers generally use the F1 or F10 keys, while many Dell computers use the F12 key.
Press the appropriate function key to enter the computer's setup program, then scroll through the list of options until you see "Boot Order."
The exact location of the boot order option varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, but it is often located under the Advanced menu.
Highlight the "USB Devices" option and press the up arrow key until that device is first on the boot order list.
This will force the computer to look at the external DVD drive first when it boots up.
Use the "Esc" key to exit the setup menu. Choose the "Save settings and exit" option and allow the computer to reboot.
It will now boot from the external DVD drive.
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I recommend you to perform an HDD self test so we can understand if you have a faulty HDD or just a Software problem caused by any windows update or virus that might have corrupted your windows boot file.
For performing an HDD self test you should turn on the unit and when HP invent logo appears press " ESC " key, then you will have access to other menu where you should select option " F2 - System Diagnostics" and then " F4 - Hard disk Test" . After process finishes it will provide you a message with " success" or #xx Fail".
You need a new hard drive and install fresh windows operating system. Maybe after that you can try to put your old hard drive to external enclosure hard drive and try to recover your computer will recognize the hard drive. Hope this helps,
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