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hp pavilion elite M9753uk( not very elite )

 
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geetee



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 11:53 am    Post subject: hp pavilion elite M9753uk( not very elite ) Reply with quote

Can anyone tell me why i have had 4 hp elites m9753uk in a space of a week all from one pc store .They have all crashed leaving me looking at a blue screen or a scrambled screen i cant read and one of the pc's couidnt see its hard drive what is hp playing at . hp told me it was the nvidia geforce gt 220 video card over heating . and told me to take the last pc i had back to the store and get my money back and find another pc of same spec . only problem is most of the pc's i have seen on the market come with this video card . To date i have not taken the elite back to the store yet because i like it and i am wonding if anything can be done to sort the pc out .
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SoftStag



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It sounds to me like the store may have a bad batch of those PCs. I'm not aware of the 220's having a major problem overheating if they are installed correctly. I would take it back to the store, it's new and faulty so best not to hang on to it. You could try buying the same model from elsewhere to see if that works OK.
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