Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Lost connection somehow, both memory modules are removed
Ok, I see I was wondering what happened.
Ok, now turn over the laptop, plug in the ac power. start up, the laptop should beep without the memory modules. Ones you have heard the beeping you can turn off the laptop, insert one memory module back, plug the ac power back, you might want to place the memory cover back in incase theres something that might damage the laptop when you turn it over again and try to start up.
at this point i suspect you should get picture, if you get picture, go ahead and place the other memory module back in, close the cover, and the problem should be fixed. drop me a comment if not.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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