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Pavilion desktop P6320f won’t post.

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Pavilion 6320f
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I removed the hard drive bay and now it won’t post. It turns on fine. It posted and booted fine about an hour ago. I have checked all the connections. It turns on and then the only thing that happens is a flashing orange light below the power Light which flashes twice quickly waits a second and happens again.

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It sounds like an intermittent power issue, like a power supply connection is not firmly in place on the motherboard.

 

Does that power supply have a switch on it?

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It sounds like an intermittent power issue, like a power supply connection is not firmly in place on the motherboard.

 

Does that power supply have a switch on it?

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No switch as far as I know. I unplugged it and left it out over night. Reseeded the ram and cables for hard drive and disk drive. I may have screwed up windows updates too with a power cycle. I think the power cable may not have been all the way in. A lot of stuff happened. I was tired.

Now to get it to run Linux server even though it won’t boot off usb

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U can try plop

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