My laptop periodically loses power regardless if A/C power in plugged in or not. Appeas to be when heated up. Laptop completely shuts down with no power at all. After a while (and a little tinkering with the power plug into the laptop) all power is regained.
Even when the battery is fully charged, she'll shut down completely. Is this maybe a solder problem?
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its the common problem with graphic card, if its nvedia chipset graphic, there is only one temp solution, ask any hardware machanics to put a glue and heat the display ic, then it would work for a week, in that period buy the amc from hp service centre, after a week if there is a prob, company will have to replacd the motherboard
well for one if your not using the ac cord then i would say the battery is bad, and if you have the ac cord plugged into the laptop then the ac cord could be bad. maybe where you plug the ac into the laptop mite not be making a good connection and have to be resodered. hope that works for you ,let me know
I did this to a laptop many times. And after soldering the problem came back after few months. This is a major problem with laptops. What I finally did is jum short wires inside to bypass the part of the board that caused the problem, and never had to open it again. Opening a laptop is not easy with so many screw, and I hate opening it every few months.