Question about HP Pavilion tx2500z Tablet PC
I do have exactly the same problem with hp pavillion tx 2500.talked with tech support no solution.i am giving up.
The best way to ensure the computer boots up is to connect it to an external computer through the vga port.
If there is image, the problem is a bronken screen, if not, it is a motherboard malfunction.
The sollution for both? Talking to HP or your vendor to replace the notebook.
As for data recovery, I wouldn't advise to remove the hard drive since vendors or HP consider it warranty violation
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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