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Need help. I have an HP dv6000 laptop running Vista Home Basic. When I shut down or hibernate the computer will not restart---unless I leave it on the AC adapter for about one hour. It then boots up and works fine. Seems to work OK if I leave the system in sleep mode. Does the same with or without the battery pack loaded into the machine. AC adapter doesn't appear to be the problem since it runs everything fine---once it is able to restart. Upgraded the BIOS, but that didn't seem to do anything. Any ideas?
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