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HP dv6000 Lights up but that's it.

Hi I am having an issue with a laptop and i just can't seem to figure out the problem.

When i press the power button, the lights all light up, the cd rom drive spins for a second and that's it. No fan, No Post, Blank Screen. After a few seconds, it shuts off and then turns back on and the exact same thing happens. it does this over and over again.

I have replaced the motherboard, and get the exact same result...

is it the cpu? Any ideas?

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  • ps2176 Jul 18, 2009

    I did as you said and again had the exact same result. So assuming that the new motherboard was not faulty, the only other thing it could be would be the CPU?



    The thing the bugs me is that the fan doesn't even spin. Wouldn't the fan spin even if the CPU was bad?

  • ps2176 Jul 18, 2009

    It was a bad motherboard after all. The new motherboard was good. It turns out i need a new heatsink\fan assembly as well.

    Thanks for the help!!

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Re : When i press the power button, the lights all light up, the cd rom drive spins for a second and that's it. No fan, No Post, Blank Screen. After a few seconds, it shuts off and then turns back on.

That is generic hardware fault, any faulty device can cause the problem.

The motherboard must be started with a minimal set of devices to troubleshoot.

Start motherboard with only CPU, power adapter connected (faulty battery can cause the problem), heathsink, display and one memory stick. Keep unplugged HD, optical units, keyboard, minipci cards etc.

If problem persists, eventually test the motherboard using a post card(PCI & ISA PC Diagnostic POST CARD MOTHERBOARD TEST CARD) to ensure that new motherboard is not faulty, and then if cpu has not been replaced with the motherboard, replace CPU.

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