Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
You can see the button lights go on, but the screen doesn't. i heard that it can be the motherboard, is it true
If you can see the button lights go on, but the screen doesn't. Check if you can access BIOS (F10 while boot up) incase BIOS Screen is not loading up, reseating RAM and Hard Drive should help. Incase, still the screen is black but only lights on the keyboard are on then the issue has to be with the Motherboard.
Motherboard needs to be replaced.
Posted on May 04, 2010
If you have power as you say w/ the lights but no screen, the first thing I would check is by reseating the memory modules in the computer. If that does not work possibly trying a new one.
Second it could be the processor overheated and may have worked loose, it would need checked and reseated.
If that does not work, I would have to say that it is entirely possible that the video section could have a problem, or another power fault with the mainboard.
After all that, I will say, YES it is possible the main board could be the culprit. At one time I know some DV6000's (certain pn#'s) had a recall for main board issues.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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