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When I unplug power supply I get blue screen and it reboots. This is with a new fully charged battery in.

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Hi,

Thats a surge thats happening. The comutper will restart for data prevention purposes.

What i suggest you do is vist the HP Support website and select Drivers and Downloads. Input your model number and download the latest BIOS update. install the BIOS update and this should resolve the blue screen issue.




Regards.

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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