Hi guys, I've been having this problem for a few days now, and I can't figure out whats going on. I have an HP 6910p, which was working great a few days ago, I was running Linux on it, and everything worked like a charm. I got a new laptop, so I was planning on giving this one to my younger brother, but since he is not a fan of Linux, I tried to install Windows on it. But the thing is, I can't install Windows, or Linux again for that matter. The laptop shuts down after a few minutes. I tried with a USB stick, and with a DVD as well, always the same results. The computer starts, it picks up the USB stick/DVD and I can see the first screen of the installation process (Win7, Win8, Ubuntu). It goes for a few minutes, with the progress bar with the "Windows i loading files..." and then it just shuts down. First I thought that it was overheating, but I can keep the computer turned on for a long time if I'm not trying to install anything. For example, if I get into BIOS, just to mess with the options there, I can have the laptop on forever. But the second I try to install an OS, it shuts down. I don't think it could be the hard drive either, I mean, I've been using the laptop for a few months before this and never had an issue. And if it really was the overheating thing, I assume it would shut down regardless of what operation the computer is performing. Any ideas?