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NO! You will damage one or both computers. You really need to repair the laptop or ac adapter to correct the charging problem. The HP dv 1000 as well as the other HP entertainment laptops have had a lot of problems. Not charging just one of them. I would strongly suggest a professional repair of this laptop.
Have to try to update the BIOS on your machine? usually that's what HP support do, you can download the BIOS driver to HP website. If happens that you already updated the BIOS and still the fan is not working, it means that the Hardware is faulty.
The dv1000's were a limited edition notebook withmany issues. the motherboard going on them was one of them. connect the motebook to a desktop monitor if you have one and simultaneously press Fn + F4 to use the monitor as a screen. If nothing happens begin crying. Time to buy a new laptop. You information is safe but you need an IDE/SATA PCI adapter to view the files on another computer. If you were using XP, i hope you didn't password protect it making it private. That will be problem number 2.
I'd try wiping and reinstalling the operating system or booting from a linux live-cd first to see if it's a windows issue or hardware issue. In the end though, yes I believe the motherboard is probably faulty.