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Presario v4000 is dead

Will not even try to power on. Checked DC supply and it is putting out 19.5 vdc. It is dead to the world. Any ideas?

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  • beaklr Oct 15, 2007

    Thanks CompuGuy44, do you think it could be something as simple as the dc jack problem that I am reading so much about here on the net? I don't know how to open the laptop to inspect for a cold solder joint or corrosion/heat damage. Are there any instructions posted online that describe the steps in opening the unit? Thanks again!

  • beaklr Oct 15, 2007

    Thank you CompuGuy! that is exactly what I have been searching for! Awesome! Thanks again!

  • sam the man Dec 03, 2007

    My laptop connecter for power supply was broke got new one but no power no lights even a come on

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If you want to try to solve this problem yourself, download the service manual from Hp. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00530488.pdf

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For unknown reasons, only the computer gods know what happened. You need a new system board for your laptop. You can buy one and fix yourself or have a computer shop replace it. Your probably better off buying one off the internet and take it somewhere to have them replace it.

 I found a brand spankin new one for you on ebay. http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Compaq-Presario-V4000-915GM-System-Board-383463-001_W0QQitemZ170158400649QQcmdZViewItem

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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    Raymond Scott Oct 15, 2007

    Yes Sir there is.


    http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/ca...



    Good luck to you.

  • Raymond Scott
    Raymond Scott Oct 15, 2007

    Your Very Welcome ! Don't forget to ground yourself and the parts your
    working on. Don't use any plastic, fabric or carpet as a surface to
    work on. Wood is a good surface. Good luck, let know if I can help
    again.

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