Question about HP VM114UA notebook
The line splits the screen so now it seems i have a split screen. does it has something to do with the graphics card?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Laptop Screen SPLIT
I HAVE THE ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I had the same problem with mine. HP is aware of the issue. All the PC's of this associated moddle have the same defect and HP will fix it with no cost to you. They will even send you a box to ship it in, even if you have no warenty! And to prove this is no hoax, I will perform a magic trick everyone! I will predict which henge it is. As you are facing the screen, it is the left! Oh, man! How did I know? you ask. How is this man so amazing?
Because the defect is only in the left henge. In fact when you call in your model number, the HP phone service actually says, "if you are calling about the left henge on your display, hang up and dial (866) 671-7362." You will notice this oddity if you dial HP support at (800) 474-6836 and say "technical support; computer; notebook PC; Pavilion" and your product model number. Real cute huh? If you look online, HP has put out a website with all the pc models affected by this defect and it is no small list. HP screwed up, but call the first number and have them check your model number and they are very nice about fixing your machine.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Please visit http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us and follow the steps. Contact HP and see if you model is on the affected list, as it could be eligible for a free motherboard replacement to resolve the defective video card issue. If they say no, check out www.hplies.com for other useful information regarding this Globally known issue with nVidia and HP.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
It looks like the ribbon feeding the screen back to the base may have come loose or possibly even broken
I would recommend the following
1) Go into safe mode (swith the pc on and keep pressing F8 repeatedly until you have a menu presented to you, from the menu choose safe mode) and try there............if the same occurs then you will need to book it in and get a qualified engineer to look at it becaue it is hardware related
2) if it doesnt happen in safe mode then you will have to get the drivers reinstalled
However from what you are explaining it looks like you may be going down the option 1 route
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Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: Dv9000 split in half
Sounds like the NVIDIA chip. I had a guy on ebay fix mine a month or so ago for a real good price but I wasn't able to find the listing to give you the information.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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