Question about HP Pavilion tx2500z Notebook
This happened to me this week. I've done a little research on net and I find that we are not only two of us who has this problem.
This is problematic series of tablets, I guess whole tx series... If I understand what i've read on forums, my(and yours of course) notebook took damage from heating, which caused something on motherboard get broken. It is caused by wrong designed insides of notebook. There's nothing you can do with that home. If your notebook is out of warranty(I guess it is, if it's not, you will not write here, just sent it to hp) you're done. New motherboard cost 400usd, repair in HP will be much more expensive I think and it's better to buy something else, because if you even repair it somehow(in HP service for example), it will do that again for about year or more... There is no fixation for longer time
But if you find some other solution, let me know please
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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