Question about HP Compaq Business Notebook NX9005 Notebook
When you power on the device, it continues to restart until you remove the power source.
There is no change if you remove the hdd, ram or battery.
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This is know as cyclic redundancy, and the cure is (I really thought about cutting it short right here after reading that thread, but I'm not that mean) I've fixed this in two manners 1- a bios flash if the machine will take one. Most of the time you won't get that far, and when you do sometimes it doesn't last long before the same problem arises. Then we come to #2- replace the motherboard. I know that nobody wants to hear this, but it seems to be the only real cure. HP has the shittiest most fragile motherboards on the market, on some that I've replaced, when held to a bright light, you can see hairline fractures in them.
ie.. when a friends fell from the couch cousion to a carpeted floor the same problem occurred and you can see the crack, it's very slight but it's there.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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