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Computer will not turn on. Battery is fully charged.

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This is how i did one the other day and it booted right up, do not turn your laptop on, remove the battery and do not have your ac adapter plugged up to the computer, after you have took the battery out and unplugged the power cord, hold the power button down for 10 seconds, this releases all internal power from the motherboard, after this step is completed do not put your battery back in, plug your ac adapter up to your computer and push the power button and it should boot up. The Hp DV series computers have a recall on alot of the batteries, so you might want to look that up on the HP website.

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