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    Hi Group: I hope someone can help me out with my Computer problem.

    My System: HP Desktop computer model: m7357c, Running Windows XP, SP2.
    This computer is about 4 years old.

    My Problem: When I first start up the computer I get the HP Blue company screen, Photos enclose.
    Then everything stops. I press the F8, F10, Esc. all at separate startup times while its trying to start, No good.
    Keyboard plugged into computer lites up but does nothing.
    I get some text on the lower left of screen when I press F1. But nothing happens.
    Then I put the recovery disc in while starting up but no good. It spins but nothing happens.

    I took the hard drive out and tested it. It works great. Then I changed the small battery I think in the Bios.
    Still nothing happens. I'm stuck on that first screen. From what my sister told me is that the computer was
    taking longer to startup, until I went to her house to check it out and now it won't even startup.

    Any help will be appreciated..

    Thanks..
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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    She's gone to god I'm afraid.
    You may be able to resurrect her for a little while by removing and re-installing everything that has a connector - power, memory, drives etc. This will clean the contacts and may give you some respite.

    cheers, Paul

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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Long ago, there was a time when men cursed and beat on the ground with sticks. It was called witchcraft.
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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Long ago, there was a time when men cursed and beat on the ground with sticks. It was called witchcraft.
    Today it is called golf!

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    Have you tried to press the F10 key ( for example ) more than once at startup, that is, repeatedly pressing the key, not just one time. The key depression has to be at an exact time, so pressing only once, may not be catching it at the right time.
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    Long ago, there was a time when men cursed and beat on the ground with sticks. It was called witchcraft.
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