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Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see this in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect the RTC battery from the laptop.
 
While the RTC battery is disconnected, measure the voltage of the RTC battery. It is a non-rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the bootstartup/boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
While the RTC battery is disconnected, measure the voltage of the RTC battery. It is a non-rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the bootstartup/boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see this in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop.
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop.
 
While itthe RTC battery is outdisconnected, measure the voltage of the non rechargeable RTC battery. It is a non-rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
While itthe RTC battery is outdisconnected, measure the voltage of the non rechargeable RTC battery. It is a non-rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see this in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop.
 
While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable RTC battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable RTC battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see this in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
TheWhile it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
TheWhile it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted. The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see itthis in the future and don’t know ;-)
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see itthis in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others experiencing the same problem, who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.
 
Hopefully after this you can at least boot into BIOS. Loading the OS may be another problem.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others,others experiencing the same problemproblem, who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others,others experiencing the same problemproblem, who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They mostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others, experiencing the same problem who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They usually onlymostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They usually onlymostly only last 5-7 years and usually the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @phonesandbones ,
 
Try a complete power refresh.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others, experiencing the same problem who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)
 
Here’s the procedure:
 
Turn off the laptop if on.
 
Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.
 
Remove the main battery from the laptop.
 
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They usually only last 5-7 years and the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it. They usually only last 5-7 years and the first signs of them being a problem is a reset date and time message on startup but it can also affect the boot process as the BIOS can get corrupted.
 
The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.
 
Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.
 
This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.
 
Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.
 
Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.
 
In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.
 
You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others, experiencing the same problem who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)

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Hi @phonesandbones ,

Try a complete power refresh.

Here’s  the procedure:

Turn off the laptop if on.

Switch off and disconnect the AC adapter if connected.

Remove the main battery from the laptop.

Disconnect and remove the RTC battery from the laptop. While it is out measure the voltage of the non rechargeable battery. If it is <2.6V DC replace it.

The part number for the battery is 665733-001. If you search online using the part number ''only'' you will get results for suppliers of the part. It is only a CR2032 lithium battery but it is encased and has leads attached rather than sitting in a battery holder mounted on the motherboard as it is on other motherboards.

Press and hold the laptop’s power button for 30 seconds to discharge any residual power from the motherboard and then release the button.

This procedure should restore the BIOS to its’ default values and clear any corrupted settings which may be preventing the laptop from starting correctly.

Reverse the procedure and try to start the laptop.

Here’s a link to the [http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04853478|maintenance and service guide] for the laptop.

In there you will find the necessary pre-requisite steps and then the procedures to remove/replace the main battery and the RTC battery.

You probably know most of this but thought that I would write it out for any others, experiencing the same problem who see it in the future and don’t know ;-)

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