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I have a HP Pavilion DV9320 and I leaned it against a table leg on it's side and it fell over, on a carpeted floor on the cord transformer. It fell on the lid side of the monitor. To make a short story long, When I turned it on it looked like yours. It booted fine, sound during boot, etc. No Monitor, nothing. The ribbon cable, in the rear of the monitor had jarred lose, I reseated the ribbon cable any added so tape, problem solved. Have done any graphics updates lately? Take at look at this from HP: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SupportTaskIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=110&prodSeriesId=1817067&prodTypeId=321957&supportTaskId=22862
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Basically I had the same problem but gotit fixed today...All you need to do is to look on the back of your laptop and check out the model no. as sometimes the model no. thats being displayed on the screen may not be correct..In my case it was written as HP Pavillion dv1000 but in reality it was HP Pavillion dv1520..
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
hp says the problem occurs with amd based computers. my research on forums says that its linked to a bad bios, or bad mother board, or bad gpu (nvidia). symptoms include: blank screen w/ indicator lights on, wireless connection problems....hp support put out a warranty enhancement, but it looks as if customers w customized laptops dont get service (like me). on further inquiry i found that theyre only servicing amd based products because they received a significant amount of problems with them. i guess they havent documented many cases w intel based products, so please do ur part by contacting them.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
First, of all, let me inform you that you need to get the Product Number of your Notebooks which is printed on a white sticker and pasted at the bottom of the notebook indicated with P/N if it is installed with AMD Processor.
Now, check if the product number of your Notebooks are listed in the list of Product numbers available in the link below :
If your Notebook Product Number is available in the link provided above and if the Notebook is purchased and currently available in US or Canada, you can get a free repair since HP is offering free repair for few Notebooks installed with AMD Processors.
You need to contact HP Chat Support and provide the symptoms of the Notebook and also let the support technicians know the steps you had performed so that they will be able to collect the required details from you and setup a free repair for the Notebook.
You can find more details about this free repair program from the link below :
Hope this helps...
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
I have the same problem on an HP Pavilion dv1000.
This is what I have discovered. The properties of the webcam (contrast/brightness etc) are not available via Windows anywhere that I can find.
However if you install Skype you can access these properties, its free, its a good voip client and you can turn off the autoload at startup. Go to Tools > Options > Video Settings and you will see a button marked "Webcam Settings" under the "Select webcam:" dropdown. Click on this and you have access to the webcam properties, I found checking the Low Light option on the Advanced tab makes the webcam image much brighter, you can play with the other settings but I didnt bother.
If you then go to My Computer > HP Webcam you will see that the webcam is also brighter there, this seems to be the case even if you exit Skype. Haven't tested it in other apps but it should work ok.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Follow the steps below to verify the microphone settings.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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