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HP Pavilion dv2700 laptop with clear artifacting before POST -> Unable to boot even into BIOS to see if any settings incorrect. Problem is obviously either screen or GPU related. I read about the 'heat treatment' of these laptops to 'seal' the GPU onto the card properly, yet since it has pretty much already overheated, wondering if there is anyway to fix the GPU without an complete mobo replacement. I have quite a lot of computer experience and seeing if anyone else has any ideas.
Artifacting type is horizontal & vertical bands of colour, with a large section black down the centre. Holding down a button for long enough results in a continuous BIOS beep.
Ultimately, this is a simple question -> is the laptop screwed or is there a way to fix this HP wreck?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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