I have an HP a705w desktop. After a power outage, I noticed that the power button was blinking. I've tried a new power cord & other outlets in the home. But, to no avail. I'm running another computer in the home & that one is operating fine. Any answers please?
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mine does that when it's in stand-by mode. I just push the power button and it comes on....
Assuming you've already tried that....push and hold the power-button down for 5 seconds and the power SHOULD go out. *IF* it does not, then disconnect the power cord in the back for 1min....then reconnect and try to boot. If it *DOES*, then do the same...unplug the power cord for 1min and reconnect and boot.
if you have installed a new hardware, that might be the cause. specially if it is a video card. The wattage of your power supply might not be enough to run the computer. try to remove newly installed hardware such as video card. If there is none, you may try to remove the power for the hard drive and the dvd drive and check if it will turn on. Just bood in to bios..
if that works, then it definitely is the power supply. it cant provide sufficient power to your equipment..
Is the pc has blinking power in it. or do your hear any beeping sounds? but anyway you can do check your PC. unplug the pc and open the system. remove and clean the memory and insert it again. and fix all connection inside the pc maybe some cable lessen. after that test the pc. and then tell me what happen i will give you more solution in it. melnavz