When plugged in without battery pack (no longer using battery pack because it is drained out), the laptop starts up but then shuts down, sometimes right away, sometimes after some time, sort of erratically. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Re: HP Pavilion ZX5000
Try to check your adaptor/ charger because it might have been the cause of your battery being drained. Your wire might have been worn out. some wires inside might have been cut off. So that is why even you directly turn into AC-DC connection your PC still doesnt work. If it doesnt work replace your adopter.
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I would try the following steps, then contact HP (if these don't work, chances are it's hardware related).
1) Remove the battery and power cable.
2) Hold down the power button for 3 seconds.
3) Reattach the power cable and battery.
4) Try to boot again.
Hi,the reason why your laptop is telling you to replace Battery is,you have killed your battery without knowing by Charging it always,since you have constant power supply,you should at least after getting a new Battery,discharge it four to five times a week longer life of battery,by these i mean,unplug cord from mains let power drain to 5% or 10% before charging again while working and if fully charged and you are not making use of it disconnect and if you want to make use of it use battery instead do not connect immediately to mains until power drains from battery.Just like your mobile phone,you only charge it when need be(ie. when Battery is Low).
No Screen on Pavilion DV2000T I had this problem before. Tere is a good chance this may work. First
of all remove the ram memory.
-remove battery pack and wait 10 mins
-now start charging laptop without battery pack for 2 mins
-unplUg the power AND press and hold the power button for 45 seconds
-REPLUG THE POWER CABLE BUT DONT PUT THE BATTERY PACK YET
NOW OPEN THE LID WIDER YOU CAN PRESS POWER BUTTON YOU WILL SEE YOUR
SYSTEM WILL START. ONCE YOUR SYSTEM IS READY SHUT IT DOWN PUT THE RAM AND BATTERY
PACK BACK AND CONTINUE TO USE YOUR LAPTOP.
It hope fully will work as if you get one or more beeps, the POST is completing alright. Hope that helps.
From the link you gave its seen that its comparatively lower than the other series..Brand: HP Laptop BatteryBattery Info: Li-ion, 4400 mAh, 11.10V, Black, 310.00(g), 205.15 x 59.20 x 37.50 mmRating: Capacity Voltage Price($)4400 mAh
C $ 57.79 8800 mAh
C $ 79.69 Availability: In stock Notes for charging Hp Pavilion dv1000 Series battery :
You must fully drain the Hp Pavilion dv1000 Series battery until the laptop goes into hibernation for your first use it.
Store it in a cool and dry area. Do not expose battery to water or other moist/ wet substances.
pull the power cord out and the battery (or just let it run out). Then, try turning it back on again. If it does the same thing again then yes it may be old blue death and your harddrive may be worse than dead. I don't believe that the power button doesn't work. Hold it in for 10-15 seconds or so, any computer is DOS programmed to respond to the power commands above all, even above the dreaded blue screens. Let me know if I'm an ******* and I don't know what I'm talking about or if you need more help.