Question about HP Pavilion tx1000z Notebook
This is a common failure for those who have this tablet pc. this fail is because gpu overheating so you can't get display on your screen only black blank screen with all light indicator on.
I have the same problem and I can fix by myself with little cost. all you need is aluminum foil and oven to bake your motherboard.
1. first you have to dissemble your notebook
2. take your motherboard out.
3. take everything that stick on your motherboard i.e sticker, cables, battery, rubber (everything .. that easy to melt)
5. place aluminum on your oven surface. place your motherboard and bake it about 200 degree celcius for a 7-10 minutes.
ok I found better tutorial for how to bake your motherboard.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is highly improbable that heat from the CPU can crack a LCD screen. Even if the fan was faulty the CPU would have shutdown (thermal overload) before it would affect the LCD screen. If you apply pressure to the face of the LCD screen or twist the screen or impact the screen with a hard object, any of these will cause the LCD screen to crack.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Power drain would be a better solution in this case.
1.first shut down the comp
2.unplug the charger
3. remove the battery
and after press and hold the power button for 60 seconds without any charger and the battery.After the 60 seconds replug the battery and the charger and turn the computer
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
SOURCE: I got Hp pavallion Tx
The NVIDIA chip, U20, needs to be resoldered to the motherboard. You will need to take it to a solder technician that has tools for resoldering BGA (Ball Grid Array) parts. It requires a special heat gun and tools for part placement. I would not attempt this yourself. The are contract board shops that can do this for you. Problem is, they will probably charge you half the price of a new $400 motherboard from Quanta Computers (http://www.quantatw.com/Quanta/english/service/serviceinfo.aspx) who makes the motherboard in Taiwan, for HP.
Good Luck. - Coop
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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