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You actual Video card has gone faulty, probably from Overheating, either that or the "Coin" is twisting the board and it isn't making contact with the socket or such.. Generally by the time you see "Artifacts" the card has already been damaged, however slight.
Is your laptop one that is included in the recall/free warranty repair service? Check it here.... there are a LOT of known issues with those HP laptops!! http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c01087277&printable=no&encodeUrl=true&
hi, if nothing(even hp logo ) is not coming on the display then please try this. 1.remove the battery and then press the power button for 30 sec.Again refix it and check. 2.If windows sound is there then this mught be the issue with display.
3.If there is no windows sound might be the issue with RAM so please get it checked.
If the noise is in the form of certain beeps,long and short, that is the system's way of telling you theres something wrong with a component. If you can see the BIOS posting, usually a bunch of technical words and numbers appearing at the beginning, and/or the manufacturer's logo, it's probably a problem with your operative system (vista or XP). If nothing shows up on the screen at all then the problem is more serious. You should contact HP's support department.
The first thing you need to do is after you connect the cables.. hold down the fn key and press f4. this should bring the screen on the tv. make sure your tv is in the AV mode. if not try with a vga cable.
However if it still does not show up then probably the display drivers are corrupted. reinstall the drivers from the recovery manager > advance options > hardware driver installation.
Go to this Hp website for you could have a grapgics chip fault. One way to test is to plug a VGA monitor into the VGA outlet port on the upper left side of you laptop and start it up. If you get a clear display you have a screen problem - next step remove the external monitor and again boot up but in a darkened room to see if your backlight is off - if you can just see the HP logo in the back ground then your backlight has failed or more rightly - the backlight micro switch under your R/H hinge has failed. A cheap fix. If there is no display external or TFT your Nvidia graphics chip has failed. m/board replacement required BUT you may qualify for free m/board replacement under
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HP Pavilion dv2000/dv6000/dv9000 and Compaq
Presario v3000/v6000 Series Notebook PCs - HP Limited Warranty
Service Enhancement go to this site below to see if you qualify http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN