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Schematics i have everthing but the thermal paste and the manual schematics. i have done this kind of work, but im thinking without the schematics its pretty much trash.

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My computer for some time has been randomly resetting


The problem is with the power jack on the computer. You can watch a video of the repair, and it will give you a good idea of what needs to be done:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBKN6wg8Y30
Someone else mentioned you could get the jack on Ebay for about $20. I don't think you will need a schematic, since you'll know where the jack is and that it needs to be replaced and soldered in. Good luck, hope this helps.

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Pull your cooler off the processor and clean off the thermal paste and reapply. Seriously think about putting some bucks into a better way of cooling that monster if you are going to be overclocking. 185 degrees is pretty warm, you probably just baked the thermal paste, replacing it will get the cooling effects back in place.

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It sounds like you have a couple of potential problems. First it could be the fan is not working due to failure or not being plugged in properly. Second is that you need to put Thermal Paste between the processor and the heatsink. If you have not done this before, I suggest seeking out a friend that has to help out. There is many kinds of thermal paste and not one is universal. Find out the one that the CPU manufacturer recommends.

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is it summer now there? It sounds like heating problems. If you keep the system very cool does it still do the same? (Try opening your side panel, and putting a fan in front of it, blowing into your case, also check to make sure that the fan on the gfx card can spin freely and isn't hampered by dust particles. Also do you have thermal paste? i recommend taking your cpu heatsink off, wiping off the old paste, and applying new paste. I've seen thermal paste get old and then cause this kind of problem. If that still doesn't work, try drivers like bunny recommended. Good luck! :)

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Without having the specs on the motherboard or knowing how old it is, it's difficult to say if it is beyond repair. Although my experience with computers shutting down that quickly while attempting to boot have been a problem related to processor overheating. Processors get very hot within seconds of powering on. If the processor cooling fan or the thermal paste is not working as intended the system will shut down quickly. You may want to check those two possibilities before purchasing a new motherboard.

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Hello,

I would suggest following the steps in the Maintenance and Service Guide for your laptop, found here on Compaq's website: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00444244/c00444244.pdf
The relevant information is on page 5-50.

Once you're inside, use a can of compressed air to spray away any dust, etc. inside your machine.

Beware, though: it involves taking the laptop almost entirely apart. If you're daring enough to try it yourself, be sure to keep track of all the screws. You may want to enlist the help of a local repair shop, or a knowledgable neighborhood geek if the prospect of completely dismantling your computer strikes fear in your heart.

Many people try blowing compressed air into the fan from the outside (without taking anything apart). It may clear up the fan temporarily, but the dust would simply be blown further into the machine, something you'll eventually have to deal with.

Hope this helps some.

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