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Re: need to replace motherboard on hp dv5163d
HP.com has complete remove/replace procedures with pictures in their free manuals downloads that would be better for you than me just writing. Do go slow and keep track of all of the screws as they vary in length and remove all modules first. If you need further assistance once you have the manual to follow then please repost.Good luck, Steve
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You can not know the motherboard serial number it-self without opening the computer... But you have your product ID and computer serial number on the back of the laptop. That should give you, at the HP Support web-page, the drivers list for your specific built. Knowing the driver, you can know what chip-set it's holding, and so, the motherboard also.
Video error: the BIOS is unable to access the video system in order to write any error messages to the screen. This is usually caused by a problem with the video card, or the memory on the video card. Since in your case the video chip and memory are part of the motherboard's chipset and it can't be replaced or repaired it means that you will have to replace the motherboard of your laptop.
if you have forgotten your Bios password, open the laptop to view the motherboard. look carefully on the motherboard, you will found a jumper setting for password. remove the jumper from the two little pins. you have disable your password and can now access your Bios
All screws need to be removed off the back of the computer then you need to flip the computer over and then remove the plate right above the keyboard and remove the screws there. Once that is done you will be able to get into the motherboard
The BIOS battery is on your motherboard. It looks like a watch battery. Easy to identify and remove. The power jack, while you have your case open look to see if your jack you are talking about is souldered to your motherboard or is a card. Let me know. Score this solution with 3 stars so we can continue.
Hi I suggest you go to the HP site at the link below and select your particular version and then seek out the manual for it. But system boards are very expensive and tricky to replace. if you are not experienced in laptop repairs then forget it. It's really not worth the effort of replacing the system board unless you can get a good used one. Just buy another laptop and get your data transferred. Go for a used Dell D610. Excellent machines, about 4 years old now but I sell loads and NEVER had a problem. Good build quality, unlike most of todays laptops