Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
This is happening when you mess around with the video driver's setting s..and put it in a mode that it is not supported or enable the secondary display and disable the one in use..
The actual fix is simple...get into safe mode by pressing F8 probably ..and choose from the list safe mode..
In this stage ..get on the control panel and remove the video driver using add remove software ..
after that insert the disk with the drivers ..or if you do not have the disk ..download the video driver from this location ..and run it again into computer..
The new installation will have the default settings and the computer will boot normally after that in windows..
Here is the driver you have to download ..(try to find a way to download it first and after that proceed...cause in safe mode you may not have access to the internet ..you may try and if you have ..than it will not be a problem ..Anyway ..after you remove the video driver it will already boot using the windows driver for video ..
here is the link ..
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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