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My HP dv6226tx Laptop display shows only background light.

The display was intermittantly showing some problems for sometime. Closing and opening the lid for sometime, giggling near the hinges etc. did no improvement. This system is hardly 13 months old. It runs Vista home premium licensed version and not used for gaming. Daily around 4 hrs. use for research related data storage and retrieval. Contacted a few people. No proper solution from anywhere. It is not opened by anybody. The Laptop is in Cananda now and it is difficult to find any reliable and quick repair agencies.
How to recover the data from the laptop?
How to get it back to normal within short time?

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There is a program you could use called RAdmin.When you connect the laptop to a normal PC,RAdmin allows you to see on the PC monitor what is on the laptop screen.You could possibly use this to transfer data from the laptop to a PC

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This is HP Support, the support page for the HP Pavilion dv2000 series laptops, and the Manuals download page,

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=1817074&

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4) Remove the Switch Cover.
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I await your reply (Via a Comment) after you have opened the laptop, and diagnosed whether you have a Display Cable partially disconnected, or damaged, or no apparent damage is visible.

[ You may have to remove the Display Bezel from the Display Assembly, and look at the connection of the Display Cable going to the Inverter.
Pages 148-149, and 152 ]

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