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hp dv 6500

I have a hp pavilion dv 6500 labtop computer that shuts down without warning, it may take two or three days before i can start it up again, what could be my problem?

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Oh that model.

Research the disaster that is the dv6000 and dv9000 line. You can try cleaning the vents, heatsinks and applying fresh heat sink compound but the usual fix is to replace the motherboard.

Sorry to read another failure (there are some thousands of posts about this model line.)
Bob

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Oh that model....

Research the disaster that is the dv6000 and dv9000 line. You can try cleaning the vents, heatsinks and applying fresh heat sink compound but the usual fix is to replace the motherboard.

Sorry to read another failure (there are some thousands of posts about this model line.)

Bob

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Oh that model....

Research the disaster that is the dv6000 and dv9000 line. You can try cleaning the vents, heatsinks and applying fresh heat sink compound but the usual fix is to replace the motherboard.

Sorry to read another failure (there are some thousands of posts about this model line.)
Bob

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