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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes sounds like the board has gone out on you.
You will have to watch ebay for a board. I just searched and nothing except batterys and keyboards are available.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
First, Pull the hard drive. If the hard drive shorts out it can cause all sorts of problems. Generally it detects Hdd before mouse and keyboard.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
SOURCE: HP DV6000 Laptop won't power on
If your HP laptop is a Pavilion dv2000, dv6000, or dv9000 series or Compaq Presario v3000 or v6000 series go to the link below on HP s website. They have extended the warranty to 24 months on many of these because of no boot, no display and other problems.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
remove 2 screws on back of hinge covers, pry hinge cover, and button plate up and off to expose 4 screws that hold keyboard, remove these 4 screws lift keyboard, remove 2 screws retaining the DVD and slide it out.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Well, Just try Fn+f2 or Fn+f4 keys on you laptop and see if it works if it doesn't than try to aatch an external monitor and see, that will make it sure that it will be the issue with LCD.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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Dec 01, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet
Locate the CD-ROM drive door on your computer. The location of the drive depends on the computer you have. You will see a small rectangular button on the door.
Press the button and the drive door should slightly open. Lightly pull the door open and insert the blank DVD-RW disc into the drive. Close the drive door and wait for the computer to detect the disc, which will trigger an "Auto Play" screen to flash on the desktop's taskbar. The screen will prompt you to choose an action you'd like to perform for the disc.
Click "Burn Files to Disc: Using Windows." This link will redirect you to your Windows Explorer disc burning application. You will be prompted to enter a title for the disc.
Enter the title of your choice in the form and click "Next." The last screen will ask if you'd like to continue with the formatting; click "Yes" to continue. The "Elapsed Time" screen will appear indicating how long the process will take. When the process is complete, another screen will automatically appear indicating the formatting process is complete.
Click "OK" to continue. Your Windows Explorer panel will appear. In the upper-left corner of the panel, you will see a horizontal menu bar with different options for the disc. Now your disc is formatted and you can begin burning files to your disc.
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