Warranty types Warranty removed from product: This product was designated to be returned to HP. Thus, the warranty has been removed from this product. Product sold by third party: This product was sold by a third party. Any warranty support needed would be completed by the third party that sold the product.
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You can do this by removing the battery and unplugging the AC Adapter. Then press and hold the power button on the laptop for about 30 seconds, then put the battery back in and plug in the AC Adapter and try turning it on again. Otherwise it could be overheating Many times a laptop overheating is directly related to the cooling of the processor. The main culprit is the fan. The fan sucks in air from the bottom and blows it out the side. It will also suck in hair, dust, and other debris.
That stuff often gets trapped by the heat sink and over time builds up in a layer which chokes off the cool air going to the processor making the fan work harder. If after doing this you still have problems with over-heating, and your laptop is in warranty, you can take your laptop to a HP Authorized Service Center and ask them to clean the fan and heatsink.
Also you can remove the heatsink and then remove the thermal grease and apply a new layer which also helps alleviate heat related issues. If you feel my post has helped you please click the White Kudos!
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