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07-17-2020 02:29 PM
Product: HP Stream 14
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
I was doing some task on Chrome browser when suddenly a blue screen error popped up and the PC automatically restarted. Before this, Windows automatically downloaded an update and required a restart to install the update. So while restarting with the blue screen error, my pc freezed and needed forced shut down. The PC freezed again and I had to force again for shut down. On this 2nd attempt, while it was forced for shut down something appeared for a flash of a second while shutting down. Since then, my PC won't light up. No response. Just the power light lights up and an LED on the CapsLock key is blinking. No update on screen. Can you please help me out with what is this problem about and what is the solution?
P.S.: I have tried removing and setting the RAM.
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07-19-2020 07:21 PM
@Prataoy09 Note that specific patterns of long and short blinks along with long and short beeps (where applicable) identify errors during the startup process.
Newer computers have two-part blink sequences with different color lights to indicate specific errors and you may click here and troubleshoot on your own or respond with the sequence of blinks and we'll help you out.
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