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HP EliteBook x360 1030 G3 is a two-in-one laptop released in 2018.
Computer Won’t Turn On
The laptop shows no appearance of powering up.
Battery Needs Charging
Plug in the laptop, wait for several seconds, and then press the power button. If the laptop still doesn’t turn on, read on.
If the charge indicator light on the left edge of the laptop doesn’t turn on when plugging in, try using another charger. If the issue still persists, read on.
You may need to replace the battery. If doing so doesn’t solve the problem, read on.
Faulty Internal Hardware
The laptop may have disconnected or damaged hardware. You can examine the inside of the laptop by following a disassembly guide.
No Internet Connection
The laptop is unable to access the Internet.
Wi-Fi Is Turned Off
Check that Wi-Fi is turned on and airplane mode is off. You can toggle airplane mode through laptop settings or by pressing F7. If the laptop still cannot connect to Wi-Fi, read on.
No Wi-Fi Connections Are Available
In Settings, find the “Network status” page, then click “Show available networks.” If no available connections are present, the laptop may be out of range of Wi-Fi. However, if another device has available connections in the same location, read on.
Run Windows’ Troubleshooter
Before proceeding, go to Settings, find the “Troubleshoot” page, click “Internet connections,” run the troubleshooter, and follow the prompts. If the solutions provided by the troubleshooter are ineffective, read on.
Faulty Wireless Driver or Wireless Card
If none of these are the problem, the laptop may have an outdated or defective wireless driver or card. You may have to resolve a software issue or replace your wireless card.
Faulty Network or Router
The issue may be with the specific network or router to which the laptop is trying to connect. Troubleshoot the router, and if the issue still persists, read on.
Laptop is Overheating
The laptop feels hot, and the fan may be running high.
Faulty Fan Assembly
If the laptop is hot but the fan is not running, you may need to replace the fan assembly.
Hot or Sunny Environment
Using the laptop outside on a hot day, especially in direct sunlight, can cause overheating. If you are doing so, try putting your laptop in the shade or moving inside an air-conditioned building.
Blocked Fan Vents
If the laptop is resting on blankets or clothes or on your lap (of all places!), vents may be covered, preventing hot air from being blown out of the computer. Move the laptop to a hard, flat surface like a desk or tabletop, where vents are open.
Apps Are Using Too Much Processing Power
Your computer can have a high temperature simply by running complex programs or by running many at once. Try closing applications, allowing the laptop to cool, and trying again using one or only a few programs at a time.
The screen is black, even though the laptop is on.
Brightness Too Low
Your screen may simply be too dim to see. Try moving to a darker environment or repeatedly pressing fn + f4 to raise screen brightness.
Laptop Is Connected to Another Display
Your laptop may be trying to use a different display, such as a projector or another monitor. Restarting the laptop will disconnect any external displays.
Faulty Screen or Loose Screen Connection
If neither of the above solve the problem, you may need to remove and replace the screen. Follow the screen replacement guide to check that wires are properly connected, and then try the screen again. If it still doesn’t work, consider buying a replacement.
Touchscreen is Unresponsive
There is no response from the laptop to tapping, holding, or swiping on the screen.
Touchscreen is Disabled
In Settings, go to the Control Panel, click “Hardware and Sound” > “Pen and Touch” > “Touch,” and then make sure that the box marked “Use your finger as an input device” is checked.
If the touchscreen doesn’t work even when enabled, you may need to replace your screen.
 Multicore is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. Intel’s numbering, branding and/or naming is not a measurement of higher performance.
 NOTE: In accordance with Microsoft’s support policy, HP does not support the Windows 8 or Windows 7 operating system on products configured with Intel® and AMD 7th generation and forward processors or provide any Windows 8 or Windows 7 drivers on http://www.support.hp.com.
 For storage drives, GB = 1 billion bytes. TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual formatted capacity is less. Up to 30 GB (for Windows 10) is reserved for system recovery software.
 WWAN is an optional feature and requires separately purchased service contract. Check with service provider for coverage and availability in your area. Connection speeds will vary due to location, environment, network conditions, and other factors. 4G LTE not available on all products, in all regions.
 Sold separately or as an optional feature.
 HP Sure View integrated privacy screen is an optional feature that must be configured at purchase.
 HP Support Assistant requires Windows and Internet access.
 HP Manageability Integration Kit can be downloaded from http://www8.hp.com/us/en/ads/clientmanagement/overview.html
 HP BIOSphere Gen4 requires Intel® or AMD 8th Gen processors. Features may vary depending on the platform and configurations.
 HP Client Security Suite Gen 4 requires Windows and Intel® or AMD 8th generation processors.
 Secure Erase for the methods outlined in the National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-88 'Clear' sanitation method.
 Absolute agent is shipped turned off, and will be activated when customers activate a purchased subscription. Subscriptions can be purchased for terms ranging multiple years. Service is limited, check with Absolute for availability outside the U.S. The Absolute Recovery Guarantee is a limited warranty. Certain conditions apply. For full details visit: http://www.absolute.com/company/legal/agreements/ computrace-agreement. Data Delete is an optional service provided by Absolute Software. If utilized, the Recovery Guarantee is null and void. In order to use the Data Delete service, customers must first sign a Pre-Authorization Agreement and either obtain a PIN or purchase one or more RSA SecurID tokens from Absolute Software.
 HP Sure Click is available on most HP PCs and supports Microsoft® Internet Explorer and Chromium™. Supported attachments include Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and PDF files in read only mode, when Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat are installed.
 HP Sure Run is available on HP Elite products equipped with 8th generation Intel® or AMD® processors.
 Windows 10 MM14 battery life will vary depending on various factors including product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, use, wireless functionality, and power management settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will naturally decrease with time and usage. See www.bapco.com for additional details.
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