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I have a H P Pavillion m7560n. It oiwers up, but the monitor, keyboard and mouse will not function. I have changed the power corf, and the cable to the monitor. I have checked evetry connection, turned off and unpluged both the power and the modem and let them sit at first a minute, then an hour and now over night. Still the same results.

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  • jskjerve Sep 10, 2010

    This is not a lap top, I gave you the brand and model, and you tell me to open the case and remove the battery. Could you try again

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Last attempt: open the case, locate the BIOS battery and take it out for one hour to reset it. If this fails then the motherboard is defective and must be replaced.

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

  • Azrael SRL Sep 10, 2010

    I said  BIOS battery - it's the round shiny thing on your motherboard.

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