Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
At first The button just need to be pressed a little harder for some reason,but now the power button just doesn't respond at all until about 5-10 minutes of pressing, with the back of a writing pen. What could be the source of this annoying problem?
Is not the power swich, it could be lithium batt.
you need to replace.
and you say that about 5-10 minutes of pressing, with the back of a writing pen it work.
is cause the lit batt is charge all ready. But not enough.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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Make sure the machine has power.
The battery might be dead, so connect your notebook to the AC power adapter and plug the adapter into a working AC outlet.
If you have a power strip or surge protector, make sure it is on.
If you are having trouble with battery power, recharge it if it has been fully discharged or replace it if necessary.
Check to make sure the computer is not in "sleep" or "hibernate" mode.
Press a key or the touchpad and wait for it to respond.
Try pressing the power button.
Make sure that you fully engage the power button.
You should press and hold the button for at least half a second but no more than three seconds for the machine to power on.
Adjust the screen's display brightness because it may be too dark. Press and hold the "FN" key and press the key with the icon to increase brightness.
This icon looks like an "up" arrow and a picture of the sun.
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