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Member Since: ‎11-27-2008
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Problem with my hp dv2000 notebook overheating

Hi guys hope u can help , I have been having problems with my notebook dv2014eu overheating with temps getting to 112c according to software called speedfan


This is with the laptop sitting on a cold table , if i run anything like dvd`s it heats up then just shuts off


I allso have a problem with switching the notebook on some times , all the lights come on on the notebook but the screen does not come on , if i turn it on and off a few times it does come back


only other we thing is the light next to the power light to show u have the ac power pluged in does not seem to work


any idea`s as of what could be wrong , its running on vista , i have been on the health check hp website and it says all is ok ?


thanks for any help

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Member Since: ‎11-17-2008
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Re: Problem with my hp dv2000 notebook overheating

Where are the vents on the PC?  Are they on the bottom or on the sides?  If you have no side vents and you have bottom vents only, you will want to either prop up the notebook so that the bottom vents have access to free-flowing air or purchase a cooling pad that provides some space on the bottom so the PC has adequate ventilation.

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Member Since: ‎11-29-2008
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Re: Problem with my hp dv2000 notebook overheating



In addition to the what fellow collegue said you can go to an update the BIOS to the latest version.  If still its the samethen contact Hp support.

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