Question about HP Pavilion dv5-1000us Notebook PC
Common problem and your solution, the connection of external displays, is sometimes the last resort of
any who do not wish to incur more expensive bench time, while the problem is either cured or not.
Sometimes its a thermistor problem [heat problem] and sometimes an intermittent connection problem
while other times the entire display must be replaced.
Laptops are mobile instruments that take a lot of abuse, in normal operating conditions and varying
conditions where temperature and humidity are concerned, and the display is usually the first to go.
Sometimes the problem cures itself for a time, but it is bound to recur.
Consider how important it is that this particular laptop be your only instrument, if so, and do regular
software backups and prepare for the condition that a unit over in the corner of my lab has endured
since it was first purchased by myself in the early 90's, with an external monitor attached, and nowhere
to go........OR send it out to get it fixed.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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