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My HP pavilion 590-p0027na briefly

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Portijah, Jan 9, 2019.

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  1. Portijah

    Portijah Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I'd appreciate any help. My HP pavilion 590-p0027na won't power on after updating the drivers using iobit driver booster. I've since learnt that using this program is not great but it's worked fine in the past & hindsight's a wonderful thing. It's got a ryzen 3 2200G cpu/gpu & I've installed 2 x 8gb crucial ram. It's been working fine but after restarting it briefly starts, no beeps, won't post then switches off. If I press the power button it just clicks/led flashes then goes dead. This even happens if I hold the button in. If I take the cmos battery out & drain power via power switch press then put battery back in it'll briefly start again for a couple of seconds then go dead as before. Any help or additional info I can give would really be appreciated. Thanks for your time & help.
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Try booting with a Windows DVD / USB stick and choose Repair
     
  3. Portijah

    Portijah Thread Starter

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    Hi, thanks for your post. Unfortunately it won't even post so can't get into bios or anything, no bios bleeps. After removing ram & restarting, it'll stay on to confirm memory issue (I know ram is not in) 3 long beeps 2 short beeps so this tells me that I think that the psu is OK???? Any suggestions or do I need to rma
     
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