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My computer was working fine today, however the tiny blue light indicating power was off just now, and I can't tun on the computer.

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Greetings Cobbsox,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not an HP employee.

 

Please provide a specific HP product number to get better assistance.

 

Your description of the problem you are having is very hard to analyze for possible causes.

 

Please provide more details.

 

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@Cobbsox wrote:

My computer was working fine today,

however the tiny blue light indicating power was off just now,

I can't tun on the computer.


1. Plug a lamp, or the recharger unit for your mobile-phone, into the wall-outlet currently occupied by the power-cord for the computer, to check that the wall-outlet is working.

2. If your computer has an external power-supply with a "brick", is the brick warm to the touch, indicating that it is working?

3. Take a "multimeter" to measure the power-supply's output, to check the output voltage & wattage.

 

 

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It was the AC adapter that was broken.  Thanks to everyone's help.

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@Cobbsox wrote:

It was the AC adapter that was broken.  Thanks to everyone's help.



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