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czDAWID
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Pavilion DV6 won't boot up

Pavilion DV6-3060EZ
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Hello,

 

I have 2 notebooks. HP Pavilion DV6-3060EZ which i used and old HP Compaq nx5000. Both have same problem. They won't boot up, but I will talk just about DV6. My battery died and I can't start notebook just with ac adapter. So yesterday I bought new battery. And there is same problem. 

 

When I press power button (with only battery plugged in, only ac-adapter, or both), led diods starts blinking, fan starts cooling and within 1 second it will shut down. I've read some articles on forum, i tried almost everything. I tried to disconnect ac adapter, battery, than 30 seconds hold power button and connect it back but it didn't work too. 

 

But, three-times happens, that when I tried to turn it on, it worked well, I was at Windows on my desktop. But after 5 minutes it shuts down.

 

Thanks for any advice,

czDAWID 

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Dhee
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Hi,

 

 can u pls tell me whcih led light on the keyboard is blinking ?

 

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Well, when I press on/off button, led lights on keyboard (mute button, caps lock etc.) , fingerprinter and power led start lighting for 1 second and then its shuts down

 

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probably a hardware problem 

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