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BOBCAT53

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Well i just re did my labtop and then i was loding all the drivers so i downloaded them on this cpu they uploaded them to my labtop and went to restart it did not fully restart now its just stuck it wont load i cant see nothing i just hear it trying to load then it stops ive tried to restart it and press the esc,f1,f2,f8 and nothing can you help me anyone
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paulcomputerman

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What is the name and model of the system?
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Hello BOBCAT53,

You'll probably want to try resetting your BIOS. Most often, resetting the BIOS in the laptop requires you to take it apart and remove the CMOS battery that is located on the motherboard. This is not a task for the faint of heart, so make sure if you do decide to do it, follow your laptop's manual very closely.

I've heard that you can also take out the laptop battery and hold the power button for 25 seconds, but I've no experience with this. It may be worth a shot though before dismantling your system.

Regards,

Ax
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Hi,

I was recently on the phone with HP, they had me unplug the power cord plus the battery and hold the power button for two minutes. Might want to give that a try :) .
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