Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
When i start up laptop a hp pavilion dv6000z I get the black screen and I can't access the bios. I have tried turning it off, removing the battery, and adaptor, holding the buttton then restarting it using just the adaptor but to no avail. Ihave also tried reseating the memory and hard drive and still nothing. Can anyone help plz?
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Do the following without the battery inserted.
Let the computer sit with no battery for 24 hours. Do not put the battery in at all. Try using your original memory stick ONLY, with no hard drive and see if it will POST. If it does, insert the hard drive and try again. Could be the new memory...
Another thing you can try is reseating the processor. Turn the ZIF screw, take the processor out (WATCH THE PINS!!) and put back in GENTLY. Leave the memory in the computer, hard drive removed, try to power on.
These models have been known for bad motherboards. Contact HP and arrange to send it in. If you do enough digging on HPs website, you'll find the service advisory.
-Dell & HP Certified Technician
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
If it seems like you're accessing the hard drive (drive light comes on, flickers intermittently, then goes off, it's a good chance your screen is bad.
First thing to do is plug in an external monitor and start up the laptop. If it comes up with windows, you know it's the screen.
To find out if it's the backlight, or the lcd, toggle the monitor function and shine a flashlight on a slight angle to the screen. If you can faintly see what was displayed on the external monitor, then the backlight inverter is probably bad.
If the external monitor didn't come up, you're probably looking at a motherboard.
The good thing is that all of those are covered for one year under Compaq's warranty, on a new machine.
If you are able to use the external monitor, back up your data, because HP/Compaq usually reformat the harddrive. Additionally, if you've added memory, pull the cards. They want it sent back the way it came from the factory.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
As the notebook does not boot up and as you have already reseated the memory modules and tried connecting external monitor and as the issue is unresolved. It is clear that the issue is due to internal hardware malfunction of the system board of the notebook. However, before confirming the same, I would recommend you to perform hard reset which would discharge the static charges from the notebook. You can follow the steps listed below to perform hard reset:
1. Unplug the AC adapter from the notebook PC and remove from any port replicator or docking station.
2. Remove the battery from the notebook battery compartment.
3. Press and hold down the power button for about 20 seconds.
4. Insert the battery and plug the AC adapter back into the notebook PC.
5. Press the power button to turn the notebook PC back on.
This will remove the discharge the static charges from the notebook. Now turn on the PC and check for the issue. If the issue persists, then it is clear that the issue due to internal hardware malfunction of the notebook and requires an onsite diagnosis. At this point, if your notebook is under factory warranty then I would recommend you to contact HP to get your notebook repaired under warranty.
Posted on May 27, 2010
SOURCE: HP Pavilion dv9000 Screen Black
these links below have information (drivers, solutions) for your laptop, that will assist you.. review them , i am sure this will give you background causing BLACK display on your screen.
If there is a problem with the LCD display's back light or a corrupted graphics driver, the display may appear blank but the notebook may be displaying information. Attach an external monitor to test the display. If the image displays on the external monitor, there may be a graphics driver conflict. To resolve this, turn on the computer and press f8 key, then select Enable low-resolution video . If the image displays on the LCD display in low resolution, you can download and install the latest drivers for your specific graphics driver. If there is an image on the external monitor but the notebook display remains black, contact HP for technical assistance.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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