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My hp dv6120us cuts up when i pick it up

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  • Tim strycharz Mar 07, 2009

    how do you do that

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This is definitely a hardware problem.

You can try reseating the memory on the laptop but usually the motherboard is to blame.

Let me know what happens.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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    RescueTechLA Mar 07, 2009

    Just look for the memory cover on the bottom of the laptop, take out the screws. You'll immediately see the memory modules, carefully pull the them out by pushing the tabs outwards.

    Basically just use common sense, take your time, and you'll be fine.




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