Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Remove Everything but the ram and battery. some even run plugged in without the battery. Try reducing hardware inside as much as possible. remove peripherals under panels on underside of chassis like modem and wifi. try to swap out the ram. Also, your charging circuit could be fried. use a voltmeter to probe the leads on the battery and make sure it has a charge. the charge will match the label on the battery. if so it should power up the pc, if not try probing the charger socket from the wall (the tip that inserts into PC) and see if you get voltage from that. usually 19V or close. If you are getting power everywhere your motherboard could be bad (charging port or other soldered-in malfunction).
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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