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Ok this may be easy rerun your start up disc when it gets to the point were it ask to run wirless don't skip it this time you'll need the hard usb cord to set it up the first time this will sinc everthing together. than after that it should be ok if not than it gets a little hard you can trying trough the setup on the HP itsself just go to tools the wrinch and go to wirless setup and follow the promps and good luck. the thing with setup is we tend to click nexy witout really looking lol don't worry I do it als. my Son who works at MC main dos trouble shooting programing he says the bigges problem with computers except for dell is usaly between the keyboard and the chair. If you have a dell well I'm sorry you bought a dell if you are using a dell your problem may be that hopes this helpsI'll try to keep an eye on this running solution on your windows wont help on the wirless thing unlss its been connected once.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp pavilion dv6000
This is a manufacturer trouble.
Starts with WiFi troubles, then no screen and no start with 1 long and 2 short beeps.
Here are those who came with same problem>
Hp resolve this problem by changing the mainboard on good warranty notebooks
i have the same problem but can\t go to the supplier, had no warranty.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
First try using
the FUNCTION key combination "Fn" then F2
Next if this is not working then,go to my network places(To go to my network places:my computers left handside you wil get it) click it, then click on the option view network connections, then right handside click on wireless network connections, then right click and select properties, you wil get a window in that select wireless connection and check whether the first option is ticked or not.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
This is known Webcam issue in DV6000 notebooks. To resolve or narrow down the issue, we have to check few things.
First open Device Manager.
Please follow these steps to open Device Manager:
1. Right Click on 'My Computer' icon on Desktop and choose Properties.
2. The System properties Window opens.
3. Click Hardware tab and then click the Device Manager button.
Expand + Imagining Devices and check if the HP Webcam is listed under it.
If Webcam is not listed there, then you have to contact HP to get the BIOS update.
If it is listed there, right click on it and select Disable. Again right click on it and select Enable.
Now open any applications like Quickplay and check if Webcam is working or not.
Please reply me if that won't resolve the issue, I can provide more work arounds
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
You didn't post the model number of your laptop but you may want to try FN+F2.
Usually the toggle switch for the wireless is on the front right hand side of the machine and has a light to tell you whether it's enabled.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
clean the fan unit out with compressed air from the under side..
does the fan operate at full speed when you first turn on the notebook???
you should hear it at first boot.... full speed
do not hear it.. then your fan is out...
you can get a fan booster that clips on to the back of the computer and attaches to the usb port for power
get back with me if these solutions do need work
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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