Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Notebooks, battery out first, just take it out the leds mean zero.
there is no LED that can tell you a battery is ok,
if that fails.
next is what, BIOS
get the BIOS screens up. (my guess its DEAD) not even text or HP logo.
if not the pull hdd,dvd and all ram but 1 stick.
and all usb jacks empty , unload it.
fails now. then the Power pack is bad
you do know packs can be, good, bad or weak right
19vdc is good, 10 not.
the GOAL on ALL PC's get BIOS UP.
take no hdd , no dvd to do that. ever
once it works we can move to booting any OS>
we can boot to 5 things on my laptop, even SD,mem.
try to think this way
if the Power pack is 65w+ and 19v
then remove all possible shorted devices from the PC.
strip it down. if it runs now, (means BIOS wakes up an screen)
test 2 on all LT
is the rear VGA jack will run a external screen if the internal is suspected.
black screens only can be CCFL dead.
if it has that.
i cant hear you hdd spin/
nor see the eject work work on the dvd
if the PC self shuts off, that means the power supply has issues
the Power pack bad , the MOBO regulators are in overload
and shut it down (called shorts on devices)
this is normal action on any regulator..... normal for shorts./
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like laptop over heat. Keep it off and turn it back on after it has cool down. Another things to check is your memory. Sometimes memory not secure to it "teeth" will cause this problem (like in my Toshiba).
Posted on May 06, 2008
try this put off the laptop and remove the battery and the power cable and then hold the power button from 30-60 seconds then put back the power cable(without battery) and switch it on it should work then shutdown and put battery pack in
Posted on May 10, 2009
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