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Problem Powering Up

My machine is on, but, the only thing showing on the screen is the HP symbol and a line that keeps going back and forth which makes me think it is warming up. This happened before and the machine eventually powered up on its on.
(It's been warming up for 5 days.)

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  • carl_brown Aug 07, 2008

    My machine is on, but, the only thing showing on the screen is the HP symbol and a line that keeps going back and forth which makes me think it is warming up. This happened before and the machine eventually powered up on its on.
    (It's been warming up for 5 days.)

  • horrigaj Aug 12, 2008

    Same thing.....right after a power surge during a thunder storm.

  • Anonymous Aug 14, 2008

    I'm having the same problem, power went out today, cannot turn HP on or off, unplugging does not help!!!

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Hi Carl. Solution is to unplug the wireless card from the back of the machine. You are all too good!

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