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Pavilion DV 9005 issue

Replaced the cpu cooling fan assembly and computer starts powering, no video, then shuts down after 2 seconds. What could be the issue at this point? Was brought in for overheating, power issue like this.

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  • Roadtech2001 Mar 15, 2008

    Have checked 3 times already all connections. Even replaced back with old cpu cooling fan assembly to test. Had video and started up one time, but after shutting down, would not come back up again. Customer states that issue started in Dec, but swears they haven't used it since it was overheating. I think that it has been used and maybe damaged processor. Found a cable to the power on switch that was overheated and burned which caused other issues. Cable is removed at the moment until it can be replaced.

  • Roadtech2001 Mar 15, 2008

    Had a display once, then no more. Powers on for 2 seconds then shuts off. I have checked everything. I am thinking it is processor issue at this point. No way of testing that here in my shop. Going to recommend customer to take to upper level shop that can test mainboard and processor more thoroughly.

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Please Reviewe all connections care fully. Its Very sensitive issue. If you do not find any open connection. Once again fit the fan with all connections. No display is nothing with Display do not touch that area. See only cooling Fan.


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Rafique

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

  • Rafique Mannasaheb Mar 15, 2008

    If the processor is Failed you will not get a display also . If you r getting a display. This may be another issue , Re view again.

  • Rafique Mannasaheb Mar 15, 2008

    Replace The Processor and Check If you have another Processor. Else send it to nearest HP service center. So they Will be able to do it the best Way they Can.

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