The problem I have is that the computer goes on, the screen lights up but nothing else. I plugged in the monitor of my desktop and still nothing. This makes me think that the problem is not the screen but something else. Through what mechanism are the images transferred from where in the hard drive to the screen. Maybe that is what is faulty. If that is so, how else do I test it and how do I fix it. Thank you very much, Baronise
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I just got my nx5000 up and running again. The memory needed to be reseated in the socket (got this tip of the HP site) All I did was open it up and reseat the ram - just took it out and put it back in again. Problem solved. I also took the opportunity to vacuum a little bit of dust out, but I don't think this was anything to do with the problem.
Get a copy of the service manual (Just google "hp service manual nx5000") it has easy instructions at how to get to the memory - it is just under the keyboard.