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Hp nc 6000 wont power up

When you push power button lights come on fan runs then it shuts off

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  • goldfevermik Mar 23, 2009

    I turn it on and fan runs then shuts down within seconds. Any help for this?

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    same

  • darren_hee Apr 07, 2009

    if you Power on the NC6000, after a few seconds it shuts down.

    And plus the CAPS lock Lights on the top left do not flash on.



    I have tried 5 different Power supplies and same issue.

    But if I knock/Hit the top Panel above the Keyboard. It will start up.

    But the Same thing happens next time I power on the laptop.



    So maybe a motherboard issue or Power board issue.

    But i have seen this happen on 10 laptops, as this is a common Laptop model at the office.

  • lyndseymama Apr 09, 2009

    I tried getting a new battery since having many fails to the system, a downhill spiral of problems started and now I have a new battery, have had to reload the OS after my back port panel went unrecognized by the manager console, and now everything seems ok but this "booting" power issue. with two different batteries, it detects one and "charges" it with the indicator light while the other it does nothing. I thought maybe it was also the power plug but I tried it without having the adapter connected and the same problem arose. When I connect it back in, I have to have it in for a long time charging before it will actually turn on with no problems...any ideas what it might be? I do know:

    1)the cpu socket...if you push the warning symbol above the F10 key while booting up and it works...then it is the cpu socket.

    2) when the power plug is on and battery power is low...it no longer shows the "charging" icon by the time clock on the taskbar.

    3)When I take out the battery to retest it to "diagnose whether its a power issue... it takes forever before it will start back up after put back in.

    4) I've been able to isolate to the following items that it might be but don't know how to diagnose without having to take completely apart several times...heatsink, motherboard, acdc intake adapter, or the most simple the cord...


    Like many people I don't want to spend money unless I'm sure I know what the problem is...any suggestions on how to diagnose accurately???

  • ranel523 Apr 10, 2009

    i turn it on and fan runs then shuts down within seconds.pls help for this matter.

  • rezwan_radi Apr 21, 2009

    i tried so many times...but its not working...and the given solutionz are ****....


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Mine did the same wouldnt power up when starting up hold down the fn andf4 key together this should start up your system

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I've seen that in the most of cases is a wireless card problem. Please when you start the PC look at the blue led of the wireless network : if it is alwais on (until the pc turns off by itself) remove the wireless card located under the central cover ( 4x4cm with a cross screw). Remove and isolate the 2 antenna cable from the card. Everything will be allright ! Have fun.

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