Nd start black screen problem

Put on this morning, it won't start and the
Caps lock is flashing and screen show always black. I have persario cq4-au300. The model seems to blink
6-7 hour every 2 seconds.

I removed the battery and disconnect the DC power supply
adapter, Pressed and hold the power button for
more than fifteen seconds.
Plug the DC power adapter (leave the battery
outgoing traffic) and pressed the power button
I did it several times...

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Put on this morning, it won't start and the
Of Caps Lock light is still blinking and the screen
See the black establishment. I have persario cq4-au300. The
model seems to blink
6-7 hour every 2 seconds.
I removed the battery and disconnect the DC power supply
adapter, Pressed and hold the power button for
more than fifteen seconds.
Plug the DC power adapter (leave the battery
outgoing traffic) and pressed the power button
I've done several times

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