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Hey,

Contact your dealer or HP for repair service, if you got warranty it will be free, you can also try, removeing the laptop from the power adapter, and remove the battery for 1 minute, plug in the power cord and try starting up. other thing you can try is removeing the memory modules, starting up, then it beeps, place the memory back. start up.

Thanks,
Ekse

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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