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caps lock blinking continuously WiFi light amber

My computer won’t boot to the start up screen or even start up after a hard boot. The minute it is turned on the caps lock blinks continuously and the WiFi light is amber. Acts like it is stuck. I have tried a hard boot, holding the windows key and v or b and nothing works.

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Hi @momdad_4

Had you tried removing all the RAM from the laptop?

Try booting up with one stick at a time.

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It worked for me!!! tks!!! so now it is working with just one stick. Should i replace the other one right?

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Well try the one you think is defective as the single stick, just in case it wasn't seated properly to start with.

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Hi @momdad_4 ,

Check if there is a pattern to the blinks, rather than it being a continuous blink.

If there is or even if you're not sure, then here is a link to the LED error codes for HP notebooks.

Scroll to BIOS light flashing error codes for computers released between 2011 and January 2015 and click on the + symbol checkbox to expand the list.

Check if any of the "codes" are relevant.

Another thing to try is a power refresh.

Disconnect the charger from the laptop, (if connected), then remove the battery from the laptop, (using the ifixit HP Pavilion dv7-3065dx Battery Replacement guide if necessary). Then press and hold the Power button on the laptop for 30 seconds to drain any residual power from the laptop.

Reconnect the charger to the laptop, (leave the battery out at this stage). Switch on the charger and turn on the laptop.

If it starts OK, allow it to boot all the way to the Windows desktop. Allow the HDD activity to settle down then shutdown the laptop in the normal manner.

Once it has shutdown completely, switch off and disconnect the charger, reinsert the battery, reconnect the charger and switch it on.

Turn on the laptop. If it starts, allow it to boot all the way to the Windows desktop. Once there, check the charge status of the battery. If it is charging, allow it to fully charge before disconnecting the charger.

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If those mentioned doesn't work, check if you get power to the usb after booting. If you get no power to usb or your hard drive is not running then you have to replace the motherboard. Motherboard can be fixed too but you have to understand the schematics if no idea just buy the motherboard and I guess it's not that expensive when you're the one installing it the only thing that it will become expensive is when you send it to a repair shop. There are some guidelines and videos in youtube on how to replace those.

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