Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Five horizontal lines on monitor
You can try connect the notebook to any external desktop monitor available and check the display. If you don't find the lines in external monitor, you can confirm that it is a LCD issue.
If you don't have any external Monitor with you, you can start the notebook and keep on tap F10. You will get BIOS Setup Utility. You can check whether the lines are present or not. If you find the same lines in BIOS setup utility screen, the defnitely we can confirm that it is a hardware issue with the notebook LCD. At that point, you can use your notebook factory warrenty and send the notebook for free mail in service.
If you don't find the lines in BIOS, then it is a software issue. Just reinstall the Video Drivers and that may resolve the issue.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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