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pavilion 23-b320 all-in-one
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

pavilion 23-b320 all in one boots to hp logo and then quits.
product # H03VKR

have swapped fan; not overheating (also have standup fan blowing on machine.) can it be fan not spinning fast enough?

removed ram, got error beeps. both ram work, both slots work.

can’t get to event logs because machine won’t stay on. also can’t use usb diagnostic tools.

disconnected hdd/odd. same thing.

warranty expired april 2015.

any constructive suggestions will be appreciated. Thank you.

 

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@busterbadger Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that the Presario 23-b320 all in one shuts down

 

Many times a laptop overheating is directly related to the cooling of the processor. The main culprit is the fan. The fan sucks in air from the bottom and blows it out the side. It will also suck in hair, dust, and other debris. That stuff often gets trapped by the heat sink and over time builds up in a layer which chokes off the cool air going to the processor making the fan work harder.



Check this out:

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01657439



What I recommend is getting some canned air and blowing out the vents in the side and bottom of the laptop. If after doing this you still have problems with over-heating, and your laptop is in warranty, you can take your laptop to a HP Authorized Service Center and ask them to clean the fan and heatsink. You can check your warranty here:

http://www13.itrc.hp.com/service/ewarranty/warrantyResults.do?admit=109447627+1286541891570+28353475



If it is out of warranty, consider searching for the maintenance manual for your specific model, in the manual there are schematics for taking apart the laptop. Cleaning the fan is much easier that removing a motherboard, so don't feel to intimidated by the idea. Also you can remove the heatsink and then remove the thermal grease and apply a new layer which also helps alleviate heat related issues.

 

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