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Computer will not be in use for a long time

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HP Pavilion p6-2410sem
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Hello everyone,

Hope you all are doing well in this bad situation. I had to leave my PC at my university dorm, and maybe I won't be able to use it for a very long time, most likely for about 1 or 2  years ( Already 3 months not in use 😞 ). What is the worst thing that can happen to my pc and monitor? The best thing is that I have packed the CPU and monitor, hope there will not be any dusting problem.

 

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It is quite difficult to say, if it is well protected, in a dry place, it could very well go.
What can happen is that the internal battery is out of order.
But once replaced, it should no longer be a problem!
Unfortunately we can not know if the computer will restart normally, it sometimes happens that the boot does not take place without we can find what is wrong!

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Prométhée
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Hello
It is quite difficult to say, if it is well protected, in a dry place, it could very well go.
What can happen is that the internal battery is out of order.
But once replaced, it should no longer be a problem!
Unfortunately we can not know if the computer will restart normally, it sometimes happens that the boot does not take place without we can find what is wrong!

Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem

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