Question about HP Computers & Internet
Good day. Your problem is the motherboard. I am 100% sure since I have this computer to and this same thing happened to me to. The problem is the nvidia gpu overheating all the time since it is defective (they all are). It has burnt apart the connections to the motherboard I would believe. You should return it for free repair. However, You should try to get a 100% refund, since this problem is permanent. And hp will only replace the damaged components with the same components. HP released a BIOS update for this. However this went all wrong. Many people went over the warranty time because of the BIOS update. And hp is now making people to pay 400 us dollars for a fix that is only temporary. So you should try getting a 100% refund. Try to measure how hot the computer is. You will be amazed. Then report it as a fire hazard.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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