Question about HP Pavilion dv4-1430us Notebook
The static line is multi colored, the static line and the ghost URL both flicker, Plus it blocks the the information that will only come up at the bottom of my screen.HELP!!!! How can i fix this issue?
Reinstall browser. Is that only in browser or everywhere ? Consider reinstalling Windows again
Posted on Apr 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like there is a bad connection somewhere on your
Is the computer new? If it is, send it back to where it came from for a repair.
If it is not new and it has passed its warranty, then you may have to take the Basel of the screen and see if there are any sockets that are not connected properly. The problem with doing this, with SOME laptops, you have to take off the main cover off the laptop before you can take the Basel off the screen.
If you do need to take it apart, please touch something like a metal plug sockets screw or a unpainted radiator pip before you do this to get rid of any static you gave on you otherwise the is a chance of permanently damaging you computer
the connections inside laptops are usually just thin wires that go into sockets and the clips that secure the cables lift up and the cable can just be pulled out or inserted with ease. If you can open your laptop and check the connections, just firmly push them all in to make sure they are all connected properly
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
To date, HP has refused to repair these defective laptops despite being fully aware that the problems do exist. The only real solution that I'm aware of is to write to the BBB (the one in California located near HP's Executive Offices). HP agreed to repair my laptop at no charge after I went this route. To the best of my knowledge, they replaced the display as I no longer have the vertical lines. It appears that they may have also reduced the processor speed as the computer runs much cooler than it ever did before HP made the repair. It's been several months since the repair was made and, so far, no problems whatsoever. Hopefully that will continue.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: HP Pavillion dv9000
before you spend $200 for a new lcd screen; may I interject; Please test your computer by hooking it up to another monitor if you get the same result; place your computer in the freezer for about an hour then start it as this model of computer is famous for overheating the nvidia video chip also the tiny fluorescent tube called a cold cathode has beeb found to glow red when about to fail the cathode can be purchased onlin at: laptoppartsdirect.com or, e-bay almost always the only reason to replace you lcd is: breakage or, bad pixels.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
If you have already hooked up an external monitor absolutely its the ribbon cable connecting the LCD to Laptop If its less then a year old get the warranty for replacement
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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