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If your laptop screen is cracked or broken.... its either you buy a new screen and replace it because its not repairable..... or you use an external monitor that is if you have one, and connect the VGA cable to your laptop.............
Uploader comment; "HP Pavilion DV6000 Blank screen fix BGA rework video problem This BGA rework fix also works on the HP DV2000, DV6000 and DV9000 there are a couple more HP's with this BGA video issue. This is a design flaw that we solved with our upgraded copper heat sink and thermal compound. Also effected by this issue are a couple Compaq models. The Comaq Presario V3000 V6000 and a couple of the Pavilion models."
Not showing for advertising of repair. Showing for adding extra copper sheeting material, to the graphics chipset. A BGA Rework Station is the best method.
The problem, is inadequate cooling for the graphics chipset. Bad design by HP.
As you can see in the above information, the bottom of the graphics chipset has Solder Balls. These Solder Balls match up with Copper Pads on the motherboard. (The Copper Pads are also gold plated)
The graphics chipset is set into place on the motherboard, with the Solder Balls lining up on the Copper Pads. Heat is then applied at a specific temperature, and length of time.
This action melts the Solder Balls, and solders the graphics chipset TO the Copper Pads. Which in turn of course, solders the graphics chipset TO the motherboard.
The solder connections made are called Solder Joints. When the graphics chipset repeatedly overheats, the solder connections partially melt again. Then the laptop is turned off, and the graphics chipset cools down.
This causes Cold Solder Joints, and a bad contact of graphics chipset TO motherboard.
If this is a problem with your laptop state back in a Comment. Going on............
IF, the display shows on the external VGA monitor, and is good; the problem is the Video Cable, or inside the Display Assembly. (screen Inverter or LCD screen)
Let me know after your diagnosis what the outcome is. 1) NO display on external VGA monitor. 2) Display on external VGA monitor.
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for the adapter, already inserted the picture of it
Hope this will help... Your response is very much appreciated....
yes, u can use any empty PCI slots (white / cream color slots) in the MB to fix the new VGA card and conect ur monitor to the output slot in the VGA card,
u also "may" have to install the new driver that comes with it in the CD.
Make sure you have connected into the correct video port. DVI should be used for LCD monitors and VGA should be used for CRT monitors. Since both ports look the same people often get confused. Try it and let me know.
I'm sorry but I would give up. You could buy a SATA to IDE converter, SATA disks, or use USB to IDE. You could buy PCI express cards for the display or IDE or buy a monitor with HDMI input. All these options are going to cost more than the motherboard. If you want to keep it bite the bullet and buy a monitor with HDMI (hp do some reasonable ones) and at some point then replace your discs with SATA
There are many possible reason why your onboard vga give 4 bit color in xp, the first reason is: did you install the driver of the onboard vga? if not then install the driver of the onboard vga and the vga give 16 to 32 bit of color in xp. Keep In Touch if you need help.. TY