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I have an HP Pavilion dv6000 that is frozen--when you turn it on, you hear it start up and the blue lights come on, but nothing else happens. It stays frozen and I've let it sit for 10 min with nothing happening. The speaker, mousepad, and wireless lights are all orange.

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Are you saying when you wave your hand over the keys not touching them they light up?
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1.Start your computer and see if your hear your fan noise,and cannot see anything on screen then there is problem with your power supply.

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