Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
You have a laptop that has suffered from a Faulty Video Chip Connection... It uses Cold Solder Connection as opposed to Lead Free Solder... the Cold Solder Will crack and create faults when over exposed to prolonged heat exposure, and will cause the laptop to Not power on, or cycle powering on/off, or Run w/ no video, or Other symptoms...
You will have to either Repair the GPU ( video chip) by reflowing or reballing....
Or you will need to replace the motherboard.
I sell a DIY repair instructional, I hold the Patent/Trademark on the Reflow Method for Laptop Video Chip Repair Method.which will allow you to Fix the motherboard Video Issue. http://www.diy-laptoprepair.com
But again, If Not Able to Repair it Yourself, then you are looking at Replacing the motherboard to correct the Issue because your video chip is Integrated on the motherboard and is Not Swappable..
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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