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No power - no boot

I actually got it to power up and it worked for over an hour. Then it suddenly shut down, and have had no luck re-booting. When you say the powersupply, do you mean the power adapter? Or do you think this sounds more like motherboard?

Thanks so much for you help!!

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  • wwjdjata Jun 14, 2008

    There are no signs of power what-so-ever. I have re-seated the ram as instructed by the HP troubleshooting website, after doing so is when I got the computer to boot up. It worked for an hour or so and then shut off, I have not been able to get it up and running again. Is it possible just changing the memory card will work? Or am I doomed to purchase a new laptop? Thanks for your help!

  • francisco de mesa
    francisco de mesa May 11, 2010

    are there any signs that your notebook has power? is the power led turned on? are there any lock keys that are on and how does it behave? does the ac adapter have a solid green light? try also removing all external device attached to your computer like printer, docking station, usb flash drive and others.

    try using also an external monitor.

    when you turn on the computer do you get to see anything on the screen like a logo or watever?

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For this two resasons is there one is your power and other one is your ram in your note book can do change the both the thing for testing purpose . or check it the power adapter to other note book. after that you get it.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • kalpesh jain
    kalpesh jain Jun 14, 2008

    just changing your the memory card but i think that you re-installed your o/s and give there repair if your main file is goes deleted by mistake then you recover the files that's why you do re-installed the o/s and give repair it.

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