Question about HP Pavilion DV6500T Notebook
I have a HP Pavillion dv6500. It will not start up at all. I noticed the battery was discharging last night and would not charge despite being plugged in. I checked all the leads and the power input light (blue) was illuminated suggesting that the power was getting to the laptop at least. I think it is the battery but i am surprised that it will not work even when plugged in - does it require the battery to be present and working does the laptop need the battery to be able to take a charge - will a new battery resolve the problem?
Will the laptop start if the battery is removed and just the charger plugged in? I would remove the battery and charger for a few minutes and try it with just the charger plugged in. Unfortunately it sounds like a hardware fault. Let me know how that goes. The other thing to try is removing the ram and then putting it back in. this will solve alot of problems like this.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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