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My hp pavilion dv 6000 series is five months old. Recently there was a battery charging problem, and I had sent the laptop to the HP service center, from where I got the PC board changed(they said it was the PC board which was causing the error). Now, after getting the pcboard changed, my laptop shuts down without any warning after 15 - 20 minutes of usage.(I have a feeling it shuts down whenever I use the hard disk intensively, like while using the Windows Disk clean up , or other softwares like photoshop). Sometimes, it shuts down even when am not using/running any problems. I even flashed the bios to the latest version, it still has the problem. If I send the laptop to the HP service center, it will take another month or so. So, if someone could help me, I'd very appreciate it. Thanks Details of laptop HP pavilion dv6244us Intel core 2 duo T5200 1 GB RAM Dual OS(XP & Vista home premium)
It sounds like something is overheating to me. Also, it could be a bad motherboard. Try putting your laptop on a hard surface. I carnt stress this enough. Also, you can try cleaning out the laptops cooling vents with some compressed air (you can get it at pcworld). At the end of the day and it still wont work, send it in for repair. Good luck
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
If yourlaptop shuts down abruptly (looses power), find a repair shop that can resolveor change the DC power jack as soon as possible, as the motherboard has alreadystarted to burn around the dislodged pins.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2011
Well... i'm not 100% on this, but it sounds like you may need a new battery pack, or they may have installed the board wrong. and last time i tried repairing my computer, it broke...
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