Question about Compaq Presario 1700 Notebook
Laptop Needs Complete Disassembly.. Fan and Heatsink Assembly needs to be cleaned, Remove all Dust and Debris From The Heatsink Fins and From the Fan Blades, Use A Soft Bristled Toothbrush to clean ..
Gently Clean All Other Parts and Components.. Reassemble Laptop..
Check The Thermal Pads/Paste On The CPU and GPU.. Replace If Necessary...
That Should Fix Your Issue..
If Issue Still Occurs, Next Step Is To Plug An External Monitor (a Desktop Monitor) into The Serial Port Of The Laptop, Reboot The Laptop And Check To See If The Same THing Shows Up On THe External Screen.... If It Does, You Have Video or Thermal Damage and Would Need Either A Video CHip Reflow, Or A Motherboard Replacement..
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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