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HP 500 - 010 xt series Mother Board issue!

HP 500 Series
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So recently for the last few months my PC has been running oddly slow and about 4 days ago the PC would not boot up BIOS. The HD seems fine, I took a look at the caps on the Mother board and they look ok, but who really knows since I cant test  for leakage and etc.

 

has anyone else had this issue with the 500 Series. I did roll back win 10 to an early version of win 10 but I think this is more of some part on the main board going bad.

 

 

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Alright so here is a update.

 

I have had this happen only once before to which I determined that the Mther board was fried. but now I kinda wonder. : 

 

I Reset Bios 2 days ago now or in the terms of time 24 hours ago, an d the PC did work. but this morning after about 24 hours, the PC will not go through BIOS and start up.

 

Any possibility that the Battery could be bad? I could go buy a $4 battery(2 pack) which is what they sell around here. and try that.

 

any Ideas on this would be nice. because it is kinda hard not to have a computer.

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HP 500 - 010 xt series Mother Board issue!

Hello @TheGreenster100

 

Welcome back to the HP Forums!

 

I read your post and wanted to reach out to help you!

 

I understand that your  Pavilion 500-010xt is having a boot issue. 

 

You may want to start troubleshooting with this document which will guide you thought performing a hard reset, various boot issues and hardware tests. 

 

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