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Windows 7: My laptop shut down automatically when slightly displaced

29 May 2016   #1

windows 7 ultimate x64
My laptop shut down automatically when slightly displaced

I have a HP pavillion g6 2226TU model laptop . It was running well from two years without any problem or repair.Suddenly it arises a problem that when i slightly displace the laptop while running, it suddenly switched off as like a TV..please go through my screenshots attached. it also shows the screen full of green dots
while touching the lower region(position of hard drive) of my PC. A error is also occurred showing a blue-screen(screenshot attached)

Thank You .Please help me out ..

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29 May 2016   #2

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
Seems with the description the hard drive has come loose or is going out completely
Remove the battery and see if it's loose.
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30 May 2016   #3

Windows 7 HP x64

It seems to me like the GPU (graphics chip) is becoming loose. The solder joints have cracked, maybe from the heatsink pressing onto it for so long, bending motherboard. Just a wild guess based on the second screenshot.

I would BACK UP all your data onto an external hard drive if you can AS SOON AS POSSIBLE as I've had a laptop with similar issues, which has failed a few days later (would not work anymore)
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30 May 2016   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1

On the Green Screen, it says "Enable Last Known Good Configuration". You need to do that when you come to that screen next time.
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