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KariR
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After automatic switch off does not turn on

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Hi, Turning on my computer screen remains blank. I have tried all possible means to repair the failure, even taking off and putting back the memory chips. Led light near caps lock blinks once meaning that there is a failure in CPU. Are there any ways to try to repair the failure by my self? Before with the same failure it helped to perform a hard reset.

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@KariR

 

Hello;

Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

 

Sorry, but the blank screen and blinking Caps Lock light indicate a hardware failure -- and that is not something you are likely to be able to fix.

 

I think with the DV6s, the only diagnostics that were provided were hard disk and memory, and this does not present as a hard disk failure, otherwise, you would get a black screen with some text error message on it.

 

Since it is well out of warranty, HP will charge you to examine it and fix it -- if that is possible -- so your best bet, at this point, would be to seek out some local laptop repair shop that will run diagnostics on it for you.


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