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There was a flicker in power-- the laptop was on but would not connect so I shut it off 5 min later I tryed to bring it up-- but nothing shows on the screen tryed several times (the dash lights come on no LOGO on screen HP DV9005us Is the mother board burned out?????? Vnzarka@verizon.net

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Try the battery removal/re-install approach. remove battery, hold power sw down for 40 seconds with power cord connected; replace battery. Works for me.
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