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Based upon the price, it sounds like this may be a "DVxxxx" series notebook. Those notebooks had issues with Video Cards; that caused the problem. There is some theory out there that says by "re heating" the graphics chip; you can connect it back to the system board. Some cases it works and sometimes not.
If you hook the computer up to an external monitor; do you see anything? If you DO see something, it's probably an Inverter or LCD screen. If you see nothing; it's possible it's a video card problem. One other thing I ran into on HP laptop's is that bad ram will cause them not to power on. Take out one stick, and try it . Hope that helps you out. Here is an article that is related to the HP video issues. http://techrxgb.com/2010/08/09/hp-pavilion-dv2000dv6000dv9000-and-compaq-presario-v3000v6000/
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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