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Laptop not displaying anything but fans are running at full speed!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I got a prompt to update my Win 10 version, I left it to update overnight, I must have not plugged it in and the battery was low during the time of the updates, So I woke up to a dead laptop, plugged it in and now it does not display anything but the fans run at full RPM.

 

HP Notebook - 15-af114au

Video link to the exact issue https://imgur.com/eM8Jg9R (Please un-mute the audio to listen to the fans)

 

PS: I also bought a new set of DDR3L RAM sticks assuming that they might fix the issue, It does not work. 

 

Thanks.

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30 minutes ago, Infow27 said:

So I got a prompt to update my Win 10 version, I left it to update overnight, I must have not plugged it in and the battery was low during the time of the updates, So I woke up to a dead laptop, plugged it in and now it does not display anything but the fans run at full RPM.

 

HP Notebook - 15-af114au

Video link to the exact issue https://imgur.com/eM8Jg9R (Please un-mute the audio to listen to the fans)

 

PS: I also bought a new set of DDR3L RAM sticks assuming that they might fix the issue, It does not work. 

 

Thanks.

Any system that shows no display but fans remain running at full speed is a sign of a no POST scenario. Try clearing the CMOS. Another trick HP technicians have told me is to remove the battery and hold the power button for at least 30 seconds. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Any system that shows no display but fans remain running at full speed is a sign of a no POST scenario. Try clearing the CMOS. Another trick HP technicians have told me is to remove the battery and hold the power button for at least 30 seconds. 

Tried that too. Does not work : /

 

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Just now, spectre_laser97 said:

The first thing came up in my mind is RAM issue. Try re-seating the RAM, or test 1 RAM of a time in each slot at a time.

PS: I also bought a new set of DDR3L RAM sticks assuming that they might fix the issue, It does not work. 

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