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This is a classic sign of dead memory modules. Time to replace the memory sticks. You can replace it yourself or take the notebook to a computer shop or Geek Squad, if that is in your area. It will probably cost around $100 for the new parts and service.
If the laptop runs extremely hot, then CPU will shut down (thermal overload) and will not boot up again until it has cooled down.
Overheating problems is caused by faulty fan (stop spinning) or the fan and heatsink assembly is clogged with dust. Check the fan, it should spin freely and remove and vacuum the dust from the fan and heatsink.
Replace the fan if it is faulty.
HELLO. IT SOUND'S LIKE YOU HAVE A BAD POWER RIBBON. . IT'S THE RIBBION THAT CONECKET'S FROM THE POWER BUTTON TO THE MOTHER BOARD. !!! IT A COMMEN PROBLUM. IN SOME LAP TOP'S . WELL HOPE THIS HELPS YOU . GOOD LUCK