UNABLE TO CLOSE LAPTAP NO FREE MOVEMENT ON LEFT SIDE
HP PAVILLION DV 9000 THE LID (MONITOR) CRACKLES ON LEFT SIDE WHEN TRY TO CLOSE IT. I MUST HAVE BROUGHT THE MONITOR TOO FAR BACK. THE RIGHT SIDE IS OK.
COMPUTER WORKS FIND BUT AFRAID WILL DO DAMAGE TO BRING MONITOR DOWN TO CLOSE
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Re: UNABLE TO CLOSE LAPTAP NO FREE MOVEMENT ON LEFT SIDE
I believe that's the hinge screws on the computer that's too tight. If you have screwdrivers that can fit into the hole of the left hinge, you can just loosen them up & that should fix it. If you're not sure what to do, just take it to a local store and have them loosen them up.
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Have a look at this site "www.crucial.com/uk". Use the "System Scanner" towards the bottom of the page left side, next to Memory Advisor this will scan your pc and will then tell you what memory you require. Hope this helps.
If you get zero display at all check if you can hook up an external monitor first to determine if problem is with screen or video card.
If display can barely be seen that is practically black but you can just see it in bright light check brightness levels of screen i cranking them up fails then you need a new screen backlight. Talk with hp about repair.
I had this problem, because I have had my HP Pavillion Dv 9000 laptop replaced 3 times. There is a recall on those laptops. The mother board is no good. HP fixes the problem at no cost to you even if it is out of warranty. There is also a freeware and software BIOS update that was just released. And if your screen ever cracks there is a recall on that as well with the left display hindge. My solution: Call HP at 800-474-6836 they are available 24/7 365. Make sure you have your notebook Model number and serial number ready.