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My HP PRIME won't turn on. Flash corrupted? Died?
09-15-2019, 08:30 PM
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My HP PRIME won't turn on. Flash corrupted? Died?

I'm new here in the forum and I have been researching for several months. Until then no solution. As a last try, I decided to post my problem, if I can't solve it, I'll have to give up the calculator.

I have this calculator, it came from a friend (it didn't work) for me to try to pack up and use for engineering college.

Calculating it does not turn on .... does not give any signals. I've searched several websites, all the step-by-step reset, keystrokes, and non-life calculator.

The battery has 3.7V charge. I plugged in the usb cable and measured it at various points on the pcb and found 3.31v on the test point next to the flash memory. Who makes you think that power is coming to FLASH.

Is there anything that can be done? Is there any way to test the flash? Or try to record it, without using the HP PIRME interface, since it won't turn on .... nor recognize from the connectivity software.

If you can help me, I will be extremely grateful.


PS Forgive me if I was not very clear, but I am using a translator to write.
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