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04-30-2020 01:33 AM - edited 05-04-2020 12:14 AM
when turning off the PC, i have to wait min. 15 minutes before succeding to turn it on again.
no boot, no bios, no "error bip", nothing on the screen (but backlight ok), only the check of the fan and DVD player.
After long pressing the power button and waiting +/- 15 min., it boots normally ! No error message
No problem during working, nor blue or black screen, even during video encoding (so i don't think it's temperature issue)
Same thing when PC go into sleep mode. Sometimes it wakes up normally but often nothing happens, black screen.
Only solution > long press on power button to turn it off. And then, i have to wait +/- 15 min
I think i have tried all i have seen on the web !
No bios upgrade available
Win 10 up to date
HP update tools > nothing to install all is up to date
Extended hardware test > no problem
Windows Ram diag tool > extended test > no problem
Reset bios to default values
Test with another PSU > same issues
CR2032 battery > changed
I don't think it's a software issue, because it happens BEFORE bios, am i right ?
I fear it's more an hardware problem, but where ? motherboard ? RAM ? HDD ?
Any idea ?
Thanks a lot
(Sorry for my bad english, it's not my native language 😥)
05-04-2020 10:55 AM
@LoSwy Welcome to HP Community!
I understand that the HP AIO Omni 120 won't startup.
As you have stated that you have already tried troubleshooting steps and the issue is not resolved.
In that case, I would suggest you contact our phone support and check for the support option. They will help you,'
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