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I was using my Probook 440 G1 and suddenly it shut down.

After that it does not start up.

The battery power LED is blinking continuously.

I have taken the following actions:

 

1. Remove the battery and pressed power button 30+ seconds.

2. Tried without direct AC power (battery removed).

3. Removed and placed the RAM again.

4. Removed and placed the HDD again.

 

Nothing helped, the same happens - the LED blinks always.

 

Watch the blinking video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lElhaU0YqvA

 

 

 ** The laptop is very new. Purchased very recently and just started using it a couple of days ago. Never udated the bios. 

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Hi


Probably a hardware issue, may have to contact local technical assistance or HP

Is the system able to boot up with AC supply only with battery removed?

Try keeping it charged for 3 hours or so with battery & AC adapter plugged in the lap, and try powering it on again after that.


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Hi


Did you make any recent hardware changes?
Any recent updates - BIOS or drivers?
How old is laptop & battery?

Any overheating issues- unusually warm air or hot back enclosure of laptop while using recently?

When was the last time you calibrated the battery?


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hi bro.

 

how you fixed the computer. can u tell me because now i encounted with this problem also.

if u don mind can u give step for trobleshoot the computer. is it the hardware problem ?

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I had the same problem with the same  model. Tried removing peripheral one at a time, and discovered that it was a keyboard which was faulty.

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Hi Everyone,

 

I had the same problem with the same model. Try removing the peripherals one at a time.

For my case, I discovered that the keyboard was faulty

 

All the best......and if it solves your problem....please give kudos

 

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Hi,

 

I'm having the same problem. My laptop was heating up for awhile. Not sure why. I'm still within the 1 year warranty. Please advise on what I should do. This is quite frustrating.

 

My battery always had the problem of saying it has 7 hours but would then crap out after 4 hours.

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