Question about HP Compaq NC6400 Business Notebook
No post at all? No power at all? it sounds like the liquid got down into the motherboard and fried it unfortunately. Also this isn't covered by any warranty since it is considered physical damage. You will need to get HP to repair the machine, which they will. Give them a call at 800-474-6836
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
It seems the coffee as gotten to the RAM slot, you will need to disassemble all the parts on your system, remove the battery, unscrew all the screws to access the RAM and hard drive, remove/disconnect all the IDE cable from the hard drive and leave them all to dry very well before you couple back. Ensure you clean the RAM and the slot, after the components are dried, you can now couple, that should fix the problem.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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