Question about HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Pavilion ZD8000 Manuals
Hi, the manual is available in FixYa itself.
The link is http://www.fixya.com/support/p381158-hp_pavilion_zd8000_pf456av_pc_notebook/manual-3309
One external link is
Posted on May 13, 2008
you need to remove the front screen bezel (remove the screws and unsnap the cover)
then unplug the Pink and White Power Plug to the LCD Bulb..... Also Unplug the Display cable Plug from the other end of the inverter... Unscrew the inverter from the screen and remove/replace
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
You have a number of options:
1. Make sure the wireless switch is in the "on" position. This means that the switch is slid to the right. If it is, and the light is blue, then the wireless is working just fine, you just need to connect to a wireless router. However, if the light remains orange...
2. If you have Vista, go into the start menu and right click on "Computer" (XP, right click on "My Computer" on the desktop or where ever you stashed it) and click on "Manage" in the drop down menu. After you do this, you will see a menu on the left, double click on Device Manager (6th item down). This will open another list of items. You need to go to "Network Adapters". This drop list will tell you whether or not the wireless card is being detected. Should say something like "Broadcam 802.11 b/g WLAN". If you see that, the computer is detecting the wireless card and your wireless should be working (however, if it is detecting it and the wireless light is still orange, check the switch again, if it is switched on, then you are about to have a motherboard problem). If the wireless card is not being detected...
3. You either have a HDD, wireless card, or motherboard problem (more often than not it is the motherboard, and you would be hard pressed to find one cheap). If you want to simply try to replace the cheaper parts first and hope that works, start with the wireless card, then go into the HDD, after that, obviously, the motherboard. But I will tell you from experience, that it is more often than not, a defective motherboard.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
The problem is that HP does not have a BIOS update since the F.34 version dated10-2005. Does anybody have any experience with updating to a later/more recent BIOS of another HP Pavilion model laptop? It theoritically should work!!!
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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use this website to download your drivers, (you need to select your model, etc just follow the prompts,
obviously if your networking is out then you need to use a working computer to download all the drivers, stick them on a CD or mem stick and get them onto your lappy that way
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