Question about HP Pavilion dv7-1020us Notebook
I have a tx 1000 with pretty much the same problem. Short answer is : if you are still under warrenty demand that hp replace the entire unit (basically they put together a lousy design, it doesn't allow for adequate ventilation and consequently the motherboard cooks itself and other components attached to it. swapping out parts will only briefly "fix" the problem.
the simplest cheep fix is to get a usb wifi adapter and connect with that (untell eventually the machine will cease to boot, lights will come on fans will run but nothing else will happen)
and you like me will not only be the proud owner of a really cool looking paperweight but also will never consider buying anything from HP again.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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