Question about HP Compaq nx6110 PC Laptop
Only if you have knowledge on hardware Laptops you understand. The procedure go as follow:
Unscrew the motherboard completely.
Identify the North-Bridge BGA IC (BGA= ball grid arrays) under the mouse region.
Get an SMD Rework Station.
Suspend the board on a surface which cannot be affected by heat and held firmly whereby under the North-Bridge BGA IC is opened.
Use your SMD Rework Station to generate heat evenly beneath the region North Bridge IC and press gently without being bridged.
Mind you 90% risk is involve.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: laptop keeps hanging
Overheating is one of the frequent causes of freezing and other errors in your HP Laptops. So, if your laptops keeps freezing then the first and the most important thing that you would have to check is whether your fan is working or not. If your fan is not working then you would have to buy a cooler pad for your HP laptop. The cooler pad which sits under your laptop would prevent it from getting overheated.
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
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I had this problem (hanging on the screen with F10 = ROM based setup) for a while on my HP nc6220 laptop. Was taking several attempts to boot. Replaced the hard drive. Ran virus and malware detection, all clean. Stumbled on to the posting where someone wrote about applying pressure by the touch pad seemed to help. It did. Then the problem gradually got worse. Thought maybe there was something loose. Downloaded the disassembly procedure from hp.com. I found the 2 ground contacts under the touch pad had oxidation on them. Cleaned them with a pencil eraser. Reassembled the laptop and have not hung once. Everything runs faster as well. This is not for the novice, but someone with a little experience should be able to get through the process. Hope this helps someone.
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