Question about Computers & Internet
Guy above me is a douche. I already reported him...
Anyways, I didnt notice that you said that your LED lights lit up. Your power button is working fine. Its something wrong with your motherboard/video. hook up your laptop to a regular monitor, see if you get any video output. Also you should know that there is a recall on the DV6000 laptops. If you go to the hp website, it has all the information on there. This will allow you to extend your current warranty for another 2 years, however, it is only if you are having the defect in question happen to your computer.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Tell your tech to look at the AF4814 chip below the left ribbon cable. And replace it. There are no spec sheets on that chip available. but it appears to be a dual 30v N-channel mosfet. They cost about 49 cents if you can find it. The Anachips number does not cross to another manufacturer that I have found yet.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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