Question about HP Pavilion a630n Notebook
Hi, I would suggest that you powerdrain first your desktop before turnng it on again. What might cause this problem is you did not properly shutdown you computer or power interuption. To powerdraqin your computer you must unplug first the powercord on the back of your desktop then you should press and hold the power button for 20 seconds without the powercord plugin to your desktop, after that you can now plug in the powercord and turn on your desktop computer. If this troubleshooting step doesnt work you can try unpluging the powersupply itself into the motherboard and just plug it back, also while your doing this you might also try clean the
RAMS or the memory of your computer and make sure that they are properly seated. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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