Question about HP Pavilion HDX9000 Notebook
Hi, For DVD ROM try to use another working CD on the same DVD rom if they are working then CD are not working but if those CD/DVDs are working on another computer then it is DVD drive issue. It needs to be changed. First check the ODD is getting detected in device manager or not. Also try removing upper filter and lower filter from registry. Use below link to know the steps and then check. Microsoft Fix it. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00678214 For Internal Speaker- If sound is coming from headphone and not from the internal speaker try these steps. 1. Click Start > Control Panel , and then click Hardware and Sound . 2. Click Sound and then select Speakers and Dual Headphones . 3. Click Set Default and then click OK . If still not working then sound board which is on the motherboard is not working. Then it?s a purely hardware issue and you need to replace the motherboard. I hope this will be helpful.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Two possible scenarios have occurred here. I believe both have to do with your motherboard. Since your problem is intermittent and teh system WILL BOOT..it sounds like the soldering on the board has come loose at a connection point. The most common cause of this is picking up laptop by corner and an item called FLEXING. this is when the laptop bends under its own weight and this can either damage or destroy a motherboard. Ive seen lots of people pick up laptops from one corner and this occur. Since these Motherboards require MICRO soldering its not a fixable problem by your local home repair soldering gun... I would recommend a local repair shop for computers and let them reset the CMOS and try and reload a BIOS and start from scratch. If you have data on the hard drive you dont have backed up it is lost at this point due to recovery effort. The average cost for a diagnosis of the issue will be about $85... if they can Microsolder then expect about $200 IF THE PROBLEM CAN BE FOUND.. Lots of solder points. Two other things to google woudl be HP and NVIDIA problem (some graphics cards from NVIDIA are bad and cause laptop failure and are documented on google) Also check MAX1987 Heat chip issue... this is a soldering issue too..but may be part of the issue.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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