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HP Laptop does not start - Windows 7

Posted on 2012-04-01
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Hi Guys,

My Windows 7 (2010?) HP laptop, G70-460US, does not turn on when the power switch is pushed. The charger is attached, the light next to the charger input is lit, but the LED power indicator on the front is not on.  This has never happened before. Help?

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Dennis
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try this.
Remove the Battery.
Disconnect the power cord
Hold the POWER button down for 15 seconds.
Plug in the POWER CORD only and try again.
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