Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z 15.4" Notebook Laptop PC 64 X2 Duo Core TL-56 1.80GHz, 1GB RAM, ... PC Notebook
Halo and thanks i have a hp pavilion dv 6000 laptop,its perfect and i love it **** sins this weekend everytime i start it up,and start working on it.the screen goes fuzzy it looks like screen problems,**** when i switch it of and unplug the battrey start everything again,then the same thing happens,it comes on and crashes again sumtimes halfway through a movie,and sumtime it dosnt even come on
This is a common problem with the Pavilion DV 9000 and 6000. The issue is that your computer becomes way too hot and the graphic card soders are melting and no contact between the motherboard and your graphic card will be created. It needs to be opened, the graphic card needs to be reheat with a heat gun and shims should be placed in between the processor and the heat sink and the graphic card and the heat sink to keep it at a regular temperature.
Posted on Sep 28, 2013
If you have change your screen before and it contnues then change your signal cable(vga), this is connected from board to LCD (screen).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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