HP Pavilion ZD8000 unable to go into standy or hibernate mode
Hi I need some help. I have been using an HP pavilion ZD8000 for the last 2 years with no issues. Recently it has not been letting me put it into standy mode or hibernate. When I change it through the control panel it just defaults back to the original settings of - Do nothing, both for shutting the panel and hitting the power button.
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what has happened with your notebook is a simple wear factor. on the LCD screen there are ribbon cables witch join the main PCB controller head to the LCD laminated portion (what you see) have begun to wear. i have just recently replaced a screen because of the same issue. try gently flexing the the screen and see if the lines dissappear. next open the screen up, and check the cable running to the back of the screen take care as to not damage anything.
Here is the site I use when repairing laptops and get stuck. This tells and shows what you need to do. Good luck and have a good day. http://www.insidemylaptop.com/take-apart-hp-pavilion-dv6000-laptop/
Sounds like you are getting a supply line issue which is well known on these models. Pull the battery, Boot into BIOS, (F10 at the splash screen) And see if it will run for an extended period of time. Next if it does Boot into Safe mode and do the same..(This is F8).. Post back..