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Hp pavillion 9700, the monitor is displaying two screens, mirror images split horizontally in both windors vista and in bios. checked my drivers, tried sys restore. I'm out of options any help would be thankfull

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My screen has split in half horizontally mirroring the top with the bottom.


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HP Pavillion with Vista won't display on external monitor.


Re-boot the laptop. Verify that the "POST" operation comes on during the restart - if not then you have a graphics issue in the laptop.

Feb 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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My hp Pavillion DV6000 laptop starts up fine and after a few minutes the screen turns black. I can still see the desktop image in the background but barely. If I reboot the screen looks normal again but...


Well are 2 reasons for this behaviour of your notebook...first it can be an issue with the graphics card installed on the motheboard or its an issue with the Monitor cable which is connected between the motherboard and the LCD.

Following are the steps that you can try to resolve the problem:

At first we need to check whether its a hardware problem or not.

1.Restart the computer and tap on the F10 key for a while which would take us to the BIOS SET UP UTILITY...

2.Now we need to wait for sometime in this screen so that we can check the status of the screen whether the screen goes dim or it remains normal..

3.If the screen remains normal for around 10 minutes then its not a problem with the cable,

4.Now we need to get back to the windows screen and try installing the graphics driver for the notebook.

Let me provide you a couple of drivers for the notebook.

I am providing you the drivers assuming Windows Vista installed on the system

if you have an ATI card installed, the install the below mentioned driver:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&swItem=ob-60201-1&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

if you have an NVIDIA card install the below mentioned driver:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&swItem=vc-77961-1&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

or you can install the drivers directly from the manufacturers website..


Hope this works.

Regards
KEN

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My built in webcam in not detecting,no imaging device display,how to fix it.thnx


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This is vinod. If it is a built in webcam, check for the driver in device manager. start-- right click mycomputer if xp or computer in vista or windows7-- click on hardware tab--click on devicemanager--check if you see imaging devices

Check if any driver is there under imaging devices or not. right click on the option under imaging devices and uninstall. make sure you dont put a check if ask delete driver software. once uninstall just restart the computer. Driver would be re-installed. check it it is working or not.

If it doesnt resolve uninstall the camera software and check. if not resolved back up data and do a recover and check. if not it can be a hardware issue. so contact hp

Apr 21, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv2000t 14.1" Notebook Laptop...

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Flicker at bottom of screen


check in the bios by taping F10
if the screen is flickering in the bios then it is a hardware issue
if it does not flicker in the bios then it is not a hardware issue
try updating the display driver
if it does not work then needs to perform a recovery on the computer

Mar 16, 2010 | HP Computers & Internet

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Broken HP pavillion dv7 screen refuses to recognize the remote mo


try connecting another monitor. If it does not find it automatically Hold down the fn key and press the F4 key this will toggle through 3 different modes. main screen only, Mirror main screen on 2nd monitor, or Extend desktop to 2nd monitor.you can set the resolution of each seperately. Right click on desktop and choose proprties or control panel>display

Sep 08, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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HP Pavillion dv9500t lcd screen is extremly dark. I can barely see anything once it is booted up. I can hook up an external monitor and the laptop functions properly with exception of the laptop screen....


From the Windows desktop, hold the fn key and press the f7 key c00776226.jpg to increase or the f8 key c00776225.jpg to decrease the brightness of the display. If using the function keys does not resolve the problem and you have a Lid Actuator on your particular model, check the movement of the Lid Actuator switch to determine that it moves freely and is not stuck. NOTE: The key numbers ( f7 or f8 ) may vary depending on the notebook PC; however, the images on the keys should be familiar. Check the movement of the Lid Actuator switch The Lid Actuator switch is available on some models. It is a small button or switch located above the keyboard near the hinge for the LCD. Pressing this switch when the computer is on may turn the notebook display off, or it may cause the notebook to enter a different power state. Press the switch two to three times while observing the display. If the display does not return to normal brightness when the switch is released, the switch may be sticking and need to be repaired. Contact HP service and support for further assistance. If the display turns off when the switch is pressed, the power management function may be set to hibernate or turn off when the lid is closed. Install updated BIOS and drivers To resolve certain hardware and software issues, use HP Health Check to automatically search the HP web site for an updated BIOS as well as any updated software and drivers. To launch HP Health Check, follow the steps below.
  1. Click Start , type health into the search field, and then select HP Health Check from the list. HP Health Check displays a list of available BIOS, software, and driver updates for your particular model.
  2. Click the description link for any BIOS, software, or driver updates, and then follow the on-screen instructions. You can only install one update at a time.
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above for all updates that you want to install.
You have now installed the available BIOS, software, and driver updates for your particular computer model.

Nov 15, 2008 | HP Computers & Internet

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Horizontal lines on the monitor


You can try connect the notebook to any external desktop monitor available and check the display. If you don't find the lines in external monitor, you can confirm that it is a LCD issue.

If you don't have any external Monitor with you, you can start the notebook and keep on tap F10. You will get BIOS Setup Utility. You can check whether the lines are present or not. If you find the same lines in BIOS setup utility screen, the defnitely we can confirm that it is a hardware issue with the notebook LCD. At that point, you can use your notebook factory warrenty and send the notebook for free mail in service.

If you don't find the lines in BIOS, then it is a software issue. Just reinstall the Video Drivers and that may resolve the issue.

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