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hp dv1000 shuts down after start up

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  1. jamesb1957

    jamesb1957 Thread Starter

    Nov 20, 2010
    I have a hp dv1000 laptop that shuts down on its own.I press the start button and it comes up on HP splash screen then shuts down but does not completely shut down. I will completely shut the computer down and then start it back up, this time it will go into the windows splash screen and then shut down(again not totally power down.After 3 or 4 tries doing this it will actually get to the desktop and beginning loading the start up programs but after about 30 seconds or so will shut down again.Occasionally it will stay on ( as I am typing this the computer is sitting beside me working fine.????????.
    I have removed the fan/heat sink and cleaned it, reset the cpu still shuts down as descibed above.
    Any suggestions will help.


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