Computer Keeps rebooting, all lights on, nothing on screen dv6000
OK, I have a laptop model dv6324us and it will not stay on.. All the lights are on then off then on then off etc. Pushing and holding the power button seems to do nothing and nothing is ever displayed on the screen... Are there any troubleshooting steps I could take to identify if something is wrong with the screen or motherboard. I have tried with and without battery plugged into the wall.. All lights are on and it will even make noise when i tap the media controls like "fast forward or play".
Re: Computer Keeps rebooting, all lights on, nothing on...
Try reseating both RAM mods. If that doesnt work try booting with only one of them connected at a time. If the unit keeps rebooting like this no matter witch one of them you use its a 99.9% chance its the mainboard. This is cover by an extended warrant.
If the unit is outside the extended warranty and you want to try replaceing it yourself. The partnumber for a new mainboard is 443775-001.
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First - re-seat the hard disk and reboot the computer. If the computer does not boot up then reboot and go into the BIOS configuration to see if the BIOS detects the hard drive. If it doesn't detect the hard drive then it could be faulty. Then the hard drive needs to be replaced in the computer/laptop, Windows installed and the computer or laptop's device drivers plus your programs etc. to get a functioning computer/laptop again.
Sounds like a harware issue for sure, You know that you have one issue with the bad display. Since it stayed on while running disk check - which doesn't require much ni the way of graphics - it makes me think that the shutdown issue relates to the failing video interface.
Some laptops will allow you to upgrade the video, but I don't honestly know if this is one of them. If so, this is where I would start looking.
Your operating system got crash. Use backup CD.
Turn on yr lappy. manually open the cd rom from right side of leptop. Put CD in. then wait for few seconds. u will see the screen then follow the instruction and re install the entire windows.
If it is an Atlantis(DV6000-6499) it is most likely the mainboard, and it might be coverd by an extended warranty.
If it is an Ares(DV6500-6999) you should try updatigng th BIOS first. If that doesnt help i would go for another WLAN card. It might also be a defective mainboard, but that doesnt happen as often on Ares models as Atlantis.
Try booting up with your OS disk in (ie. your windows vista disk), this will bootup your computer with basic drivers installed. If your screen shows anything, then there is a driver issue, if not its a hardware issue and most likely will have to be replaced.