Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
This is going to be either a memory problem or a motherboard component problem. Start by removing the memory, then trying them one at a time in each slot. If your other machine has the same memory then try that memory in the nonworking machine. If it does the same, after the memory test, then you have a motherboard component failure, these are difficult to run down and you will need to have it professionally diagnosed.
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