Question about HP Computers & Internet
Try removing the battery & power cord & take the cmos battery out for a few minutes. to take it out you'll have to open up the bottom of the computer where the hard drive is (its the biggest panel w/ 2 screws). when you remove the cover, you'll find the hard drive in one section & in the other section is the coms battery. its the round black thing w/ the little white plug attached to the board. gently pull the plug from the board & replace it in 5-10 min.
while you have all of the batteries out, discharge the computer by holding down the power button for 10 sec.
if that doesn't work & its been less than a year since you bought the computer, (still under warranty) hp should fix it for you for free.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
Try another power cable. If that doesn't work, get a quote on how much to fix it so you know if it's worth it
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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