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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like either the ram may be bad or the video card is bad.Plug in an external monitor and see if it shows.If it does that will eliminate the video card being bad.If it does'nt show, the video card is most likely bad.A bad ram stick can cause it also.You could make sure the display is plugged in securely on the motherboard too.Good luck!
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
blue screen errors are usually from a malfunction of the ram memory ...an fatal error of the system ...or a change of hardware without re-installation ...so ..if you know that your system its intact and has to work ...usually re-installation of the operating system ...I mean a brand new one ...not repair or upgrade...but one with formatting C partition ...will fix this problem ...also restore bios settings to the factory optimal defaults
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
SOURCE: My laptop screen won't turn on
Hold down the power button until the light by the card reader goes out, swap DVD drives to install Vista (burnt copy anyway), install YouCam for webcam to work, Quickplay for remote control... Hope this helps someone as I had a hard time finding good information regarding this and it is hugely common for these machines. HP replaces different components for different customers and charges plenty for it if your serial # is not within range for free service... I just bought one for $100 that the "motherboard was fried" and had it working perfectly within hours (restarting right away so that I could then work with it) Have had many offers of as much as $350 already for it and wouldn't sell.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
remove all attached devices like printers or flash drives. remove battery and power on using ac adapter only. if it still wont work, try another good ac adapter. make sure ac adapter light is on. if it still shows the power light on and nothing else, replace motherboard.
Posted on May 15, 2010
Try plugging a monitor into the VGA port on the back. If that works, then it's your LCD screen. If it doesn't then it's most likely your video card or your motherboard.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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