Question about HP Pavilion DV2500T 14.1" NOTEBOOK LAPTOP PC (Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2.20 GHz/4MB L2 Cache, 3GB RAM,... (RM922AAR1)
Hi I got a strange screen reduction .I mean that it seems the graphics card doesn't recognice the screen and it doesn't use the right area of the screen (25%) and the bottom area(5%). I know it not the best description, but i hope this link in which you can see a photo might give some help.The white box i've drawed follows the screen border, The red box show the area used by the graphic card, and the little whit box show the effect of replication of the last line in the bottom unused area (5% above mentioned). Someone suggested me it could by an eeprom screen issue http://imgh.us/dv2520ea.jpg Obviously drivers have been updated. Cheers Max
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: hp dv2500 graphic problem
Update your video card. To update download the latest driver of your video card from HP site. Copy and paste the link provided below to your URL and it will lead you to HP Pav dv2500t drivers. Choose the OS you are using, look for the video driver, download it then install to your machine.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Pressing the f8 key doesn't work either? This should boot the laptop to safe mode, if it doesn't then check the memory cards before you do anything else, try to get somebody with the same type of memory card to lend it to you. If that doesn't work, then your HDD is corrupted, and to re-install Windows.
Posted on Sep 05, 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
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