Question about HP Pavilion N5310 Notebook
1. This will require you to reset the board at the mother board level.
You may have to consult a HP tech to correct this.
There may be several steps to complete this and it will require you to present identification to verify ownership of the notebook.
Here is the HP support site.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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