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Hp lap top will not reboot, restart nor retore

My pavillian will not restart nor reboot. an error shows problems when shutting down, now I can't even put it in the safe mode


I'm having an issue powering up my pc. sometimes the fans and lights just won't go on. any ideas?

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  • claudette2 Mar 27, 2008

    The power light will go on, but the fan will not. I need to try powering up 5 or 6 times before the fan starts and the program loads. The model number of the computer is A810n
    Thanks for your help!

  • claudette2 Mar 27, 2008

    HP Pavilion a810n. Thanks!

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Sounds like a power supply issue.. Check the mother board for a light when the power is on (some mobos will not have this light). If there is a light, but it does not go on when the power is connected, replace your power supply.

Also, please post the model number of your computer.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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    Dave MacPhee Mar 26, 2008

    Also, what is/are the error(s) you are getting on shut down?

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee Apr 02, 2008

    Have you recently changed any hardware? Added new ram or a different graphics card??



    I still have to go with a power supply issue, and would suggest replacing it. If that doesn't improve it, just return to store...

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