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My dv2000 64x2 video is gone

I turn on is ok but no nating in the scren i put external monitor is the same no video what do i do?

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  • daffyd2132 Dec 26, 2008

    My hp Pavilion Noteboo has crashed.

    The screen fills with zig-zaged lines.

    What should a fella do?

    Thanks someone

    David

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Your laptop graphics is loose. Its caused by to much flex to the motherboard. You might revive it for a while by pressing down on the power button area. There is a recall on your model of the laptop.

If they dont have your laptop model on it. take it apart and use a heatgun and point it at the graphics chip. If that is to hard, you can sell your laptop for parts on craigslist or something.

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Your motherboard may have gone bad or your video card

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