My HP Pavillion DV6000 also went black after not able to sync up my wireless network. I dropped it once and thought i lost the wireless capability b/c of that. Then two days ago, after using it continuously through the day, it went black and wouldn't turn back on.
I called HP to see if it was still under warranty. They first told me i was out of warranty, then i told them that i after researching online, i know the warranty was extended. They are now going to fix my motherboard! Thank goodness! If you are having or issues, i would call them asap to avoid being out of warranty
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LOL, OK SSID is associated with your wireless router. It identifies your wireless network that you connect to. When you click on View Available Wireless Networks from your computer, the networks that it shows are shown by their SSID.
if u r having isues with the sound system of ur PC then most probably the IRQ of the sound chip is out....no new driver can fix it.... the best alternative is buy this on Ebay for 1$...it's called USB Sound Adaptor...
If your particular model of HP has the bluetooth installed from the factory, turning on the wireless switch on the front left edge of the laptop enables the bluetooth, as well as the wireless LAN. A bluetooth icon should appear in your taskbar, near the clock, when bluetooth is turned on. Most of the cheaper versions of the DV6000 series do not come with the bluetooth module installed. The module can be ordered from HP Parts and installed by the end user, if they have a little computer know how. You would then download and install the bluetooth software pack that is available on HP's support website.
Hope this will help to resolve your issue with Bluethooth..
Your solution is in the control panel. Go to the control panel and then the device manager, make sure your device is present and also enabled. If it is next step would be to go to network connection and make sure it enabled as well. Let me know if this works.
I agree. Need more info. Is there a driver loaded for your wi-fi? Is it on??? There is usually a switch for your wireless in the form of a pushbutton or slide switch somewhere on the unit. Make sure it is powered on first.
u can try using YAHOO WIDGETS from widgets.yahoo.com
u can find lots of clocks that sync with the online server of the widget itself.. in some clocks u can also set a reminder for nething u want.
or u can www.worldtimeserver.com to sync ur windows clock with it. u can find the details of how to sync the clock in the F1 option of ur HP. just press F1 for HELP and type in ur query,it'll guide u with the styeps. if ur using Vista on it then the Vista clock syncs it self with the time server.. u can see it by double clicking the clock in the taskbar at bottom right corner where the clock is.
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