Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Hi alexisglrz, the first thing is to connect an external monitor and then press "FN" (keep it pressed) and I believe it's F4 or F2 (it has like a monitor or lcd picture) twice!. In case you don't see any video you have to take it to a repair shop because it could be the motherboard. If you hear beeps it could mean the memory is either loose or faulty. You can check by removing the screws on the bottom. But replacing the motherboard it's just complicated to the regular user. I hope this helps. Dont forget to rate. Thank you.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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