Question about HP 417035-001 - HP Pavilion dv2000 Series Laptop Full Featured Intel Chipset Motherboard
Lights come on, fan comes on, no monitor, no HD activity, no bios beeps, all hardware removed from the under compartment. Still nothing.
Iv also had the same problem..and it was the video chip on the mobo. i just heat it up real good and it had started to work again..
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
The fix for this is weird but works! make sure you have quite a lot of charge left in the battery , then turn it on close the lid and wrap it up in a duvet for about 45 minutes, it will not damage it but maake sure you dont go over an hour, what this does is reseal the video card in the machine as this is a known fault with these machines, i did it with my beloved DV6000 which was out of warranty, leave it to cool down and then turn it on hey presto! it will work again..yep i was very dubious aswell but trust me it works! and you;ve nothing to lose if its out of warranty as the fix is to replace the motherboard!
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Sounds like maybe bad hard drive or Ram problems, maybe even a mother board... Try this un plug power, on back of power supply is a small usually red switch in power supply that switches from 120 to 220 power. with power off turn to 220 side and turn on machine. Less than 5 seconds turn off and switch back to 120 volts. I have seen this work on several HP Pavillions.. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Craigy2009 is right in that it is likely the video chip failing. These were recalled under the link at the bottom. Often you can get HP to take them back if you complain enough. If they don't though, i wouldnt recommend putting it in a towel or anything else. Send it to a shop that will do board level repairs. They can usually reflow/replace the video chip for around 150-175 dollars.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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