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Hp pavilion zd8000 just over 2 years old

Hi iv had my laptop for jus over 2 years now only started getting problems with it about 6 months ago iv been raging to comet because the extended warrenty is with them but they seem to think there is nothing wrong with my laptop it keeps turning itself off no errors or warnings have you got any solutions to help me would be most gratefull thanks paul

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  • squirrell Feb 18, 2008

    sometimes il boot it up and itll jus turn straight bak off or if i try burning a cd/dvd it will do it on that quite often but i get no beeps and leds are all lit up comet have told me to leave it in the bios for an hour wen i phoned them and had no probs wen i done that. i have windows xp sp2 il try it without the battery and let you know how i get on if u have any othe ideas please let me kno thanks paul

  • Steven Talbott May 11, 2010

    When you turn the computer back on, does it boot up with no problems? Are any of the LED lights on the systems blinking in any particular pattern? Do you hear a series of beeps when you turn the unit back on? What is your O/S? Version?



    Thanks!

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Sounds like you are getting a supply line issue which is well known on these models. Pull the battery, Boot into BIOS, (F10 at the splash screen) And see if it will run for an extended period of time. Next if it does Boot into Safe mode and do the same..(This is F8).. Post back..

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