03-14-2011 06:29 AM
I have (had) a HP DV6-2020sa (http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/product?product
I shut it down one evening last week, the follo0wing morning it would not power on.
It starts for around 2 seconds the lights on the front flash and then it switches back off.
I have tried pulling the memory and replacing it, pulling the Hard Disk and wireless adapter, I have tryed it with / without the battery and swearing at it (a lot)
Does anyone have any hints as to anything else I can try, I would be lieing if I said I was not annoyed I have always bought HP since the mid 90's and usually have had a excellent service, but this thing is only just 14 months old and was not cheap when I bought it, its not been over used and its been well looked after, so I am very frustrated.
If anyone had has a smiliar experiance and has a fix please let me know.
Thanks in advance
03-14-2011 01:26 PM
This is one further thing to try.
Shutdown the notebook, remove the AC Adapter and remove the battery. Now hold down the Power Button on the notebook for a full minute. Leave out the battery, plug in the AC Adapter and see if the notebook will start.
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03-15-2011 01:00 AM
Have tried that (spent yesterday morning googling lots of things for HP notebooks)
I stripped it down last night and noticed that it had very little heatsink compound on the CPU / heat pipe, so I am going to grab some new heatsink compound later this week and rebuild it and see if that works.
I doubt it, but its worth a shot.
Unfortunatly if that fails I will just strip it and sell the parts and not buy HP again, 14 months for something that cost over £600 is stupid.
Thanks for the suggestion though.
06-06-2011 10:23 PM
Even I am facing the same problem with my DV6-1211AX laptop. (Dead in less than 2 years.)
One thing I've learned after spending 45,000 INR is that never buy an HP product.
Infact I wont let even my freinds and relative buy any HP product.