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HP NC6000 GO ON AND GO OFF

MY NC6000 WHEN I TRY TO START THE COMPUTER IS JUST COME ON THEN SHUT RIGHT OFF AND SOME TIME A WORK FOR 15 MINUTES AND A SHUT OFF WHAT THE PROBLEMTHANK SEBASTIEN DUBE

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I) i think there is problem withour OS system, i would strongly suggest you not mess up with these things and try format your system or reload ur system or load OS or load Windows XP or Windows Vista

ii) it may be due to virus, spware in ur system try to perform a full system scan and reload ur system or format ur system..


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Could be a fan, either processor or graphic processor heating up. Then again it could be the motherboard. Try exchanging memory. If it still does it, make sure the fans are spinning. If it continues, i'm pretty sure you have a motherboard issue.

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