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Honor Student
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hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

my laptop will turn on,hear the fan run for a few seconds but it wont fully boot up...all the blue light indicators stay on for about 30 seconds to a minute  then they flick off and back on...nothing appears on screen

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Dean
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Re: hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

Please post the full model number of your PC.

Honor Student
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Re: hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

model is hp pavilion dv 6000
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Re: hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

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Please provide the exact product number. How to

 

You're computer might be part of the dreaded nvidi gpu failure on notebooks.

 

Try these as what others suggests

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260595095107

Nvidia GPU Repair
 
http://rebootit.biz/index.php

Honor Student
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Re: hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

Thank you...sure seems as if it could be the problem...it happened about 2 months ago.

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Re: hp laptop wont stay turned on...powers off

Check for dust in the fan area as well, if the fan exhaust is choked off, the processor will overheat causing a thermal shutdown.  Some canned air would fix it right up.

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