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Re: hp lap top will not reboot, restart nor retore
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.
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It can a problem with your graphics card or your Ram,
Try removing your graphics card and reboot the machine. If it works then it's the problem with the Graphics Card. If it is not working then and still sticking with the old 3 beeps then Remove your Rams and Insert them individually or replace with a spare one or a new and see if it works.
Usually this will solve your problem. Please let me know if you can't solve even after doing this solutions
hi.... Access the internal maintenance mode by pressing the Menu/Set
button, then press * 2 8 6 4 within 2 seconds. This should put you in
the maintenance mode menu. Enter 80, then scroll down with the arrow
down (round) key. You'll find an entry listed as purge count. If number
is over 6000, enter 2 7 8 3.
This will reset the purge count value. Then the printer will restart,
try this step by step.without missing any thing.
while this may be an old thread.... i fixed one of those same PCs by putting a 120mm fan on the side of the case blowing on the video card. it seems that it was overheating and causing the reboots. it has not done it once since
Under the start menu there should be an option to shut down; restart; sleep. Use the restart option & it will start rebooting. If this does not work then close all your programs and hit ctrl+alt+del twice. This should start a reboot. Hope this helps.
indication of a failing power supply??? I dont think so. more like a driver is corrupt or better yet have the on board nic card set to turn on, is there a plug that has wire attached to the nic card, unplug those and see what happens.