i have an HP probook 450 G0 that does not boot up properly.
when using the different "trick"s like bleeding the charges by holding the power button, it may boot up - and then it works completely normal and fast
this makes me believe there's nothing wrong with the hardware
i was able to install the latest update, for windows and bios, and it "looks" like it's booting up a lot easier - but not Always.
i have tested by removing all devices - cd drive, disk, battery - when it does not boot - it does not even boot up to bios
Now i have found a post on the net saying it is caused by IRS intel rapid storage, which should make a small partition, for storing the boot files
did anyone come across this problem - and if so - how to repair it ?? i mean - other than replacing the motherboard
fyi - running windows10 home 64 bit on a 500 GB SSD - - 8 GB ram