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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes it is on recall and i hope they'll fix it. however, will i have to take my hardrive out and transfer my files to another computer or will they not bother with the harddrive ...
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
This sounds like you have a bad DC jack on your motherboard.
This is one of the most common problems with laptops and can be caused by jarring the DC plug in or hitting it into something or simply from normal use. As a result the pins on the DC jack become loose and consequently do not provide a charge to the laptop and battery. Wiggling the plug can make the loose pins contact sometimes which would explain why it "sometimes" works when you unplug it and plug it back in. Of course if this is the case then your battery is mostly out of power and that is why it powers off after a couple seconds. This repair costs between $150-300 from a professional repair shop and I would not recommend trying it yourself unless you've had experience soldering DC jacks
Another issue could be the CPU fan/heat skin if this is failing or the CPU is overheating the laptop will power off.
Please comment if you need further assistance
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
Make sure to remove any power source from the laptop.
The most common problem can be that you may have dislodged the RAMs. Open up your laptop till you see your RAMs, in most systems RAMs compartment can be viewed without opening the system fully. When you see the ram, very carefully remove them and clean gently with a cloth and replace them cautiously make sure you don't hurt any thing.
Plug in the power sources and turn on your computer.
If this doesn't help, comment so that I can assist you further.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
if the ram is bad reseating it wont work has to be replaced. this is 60% CHANCE RAM IS BAD
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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Check the power cord at the connector. Hp has a problem with the cords breaking internally. I had a problem with mine and found that if I played with the cord then it worked for a while. I ended up buying a new power supply.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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