Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
It actually does not shuts down, but goes power off. A couple of sconds before it gets power off, it stops responding to all commands and even mouse freezes and then it gets power off. On touching battery/charger area, it seems pretty hot to touch.
I had this same problem. I resolved it this way after many attempts. This seems very simple but it worked in my case and does make sense. I finally removed the black plastic trim piece on the back of the laptop that covers the adapter connector and connected the adapter directly to the receptical. I have never had the problem with it intermittently shutting down again. It appears that the trim piece was not allowing the proper connection between the adapter and the motherboard. Mine would usually power off within one minute and the battery would never completly charge. I know this sounds strange but it worked.
Posted on May 04, 2009
I'm beginning to suspect that the issue is heat-related. I've noticed that during the worst bouts of shutting off, and then shutting of quickly after restarting, computer feels hot. The improperly rated AC adapter seems to be adding heat (it is hottest near the AC jack), so this could explain why computer only shuts off while plugged in.
How do I get in to blow the fan clean? I've read it's not too hard to get the keyboard off, is this where I go in?
Posted on May 08, 2008
One possibility could be the power jack coming loose from the mother board. IIf it is loose, it will need to be resoldered or replaced.
Posted on May 08, 2008
I had the same problem. We now periodically use4 compressed air to blow the fuzz out of the fan--the fan is not very powerful in this model. DOn't give up until you get a small wad of stuff (do you have dogs or cats?)
Also, we spent about $20 for a device that sits under the laptop and has fans that run to help it stay cool.
I used to leave the computer on 4/7, but now I shut down when I know I won't be using it for awhile.
Doing these three things keeps our dv 1000 Pavillion running.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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