The HP Recall is hidden by termonology to ease customer concerns. the link goes to the hp website and explains clearly what is covered and what is not. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us〈=en&product=1842189&docname=c01087277#c01087277_identify
I have this issue with the HP Recall of my DV6225 AMD mother board. No Video, NO External Video, fan and hot keys work. HP does not seem to want to fix the issue for me, they sent my laptop back in horrible condition and stated that it was not able to be fixed under the conditions. HP did send me a reparied motherboard but it is defectve also. Now I am on arant t olet everyone know that there is a recall on these machines. Just make accurate documentation everyone you talked to and times. take pictures of your computer and when they tell you that you have to pay for some other repair know your rights and that the warrenty issue needs to be fixed. Persistant, calm , atitudes win this war. Be ready for a long process. You can see my photos http://electroniccarpenter.com/photos/v/hp-mother-board-recall/
There's a known compatibility issue with the motherboards on certain hp laptop's that's covered by an extended 2 year recall type of warrenty if it quallifies! You can check the hp website to see if your computer is indeed one of the model numbers specified. If it is call the number given and they will send you a box to ship it in for repairs at no cost. They will replace the board and ship it back with no charges! I'm waiting for my shipping box right now!
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this caused by RAM error, open your computer, disconnect ram, turn on your computer?is computer beeping, 1 long and 2 short beep??if yes the problem is come from your ram, clean your ram connection then connect ram to mother board, turn on your computer, is the video come to screen??if no, try to connect another ram to your computer, for sure use new ram
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Remove/disconnect everything (Ram, Cables, Power Supply, Battery, Processor, Pci cards, Display cards if there's one, etc.) from the motherboard, and after while, reconnect/put them on the motherboard again. Make sure you correctly installed the Ram and it's working. Also don't forget to connect both the power supply cables (20 pins connector and 4 pins connector) to the board. Now reboot your system, can you hear anything (beeps)? If this doesn't help, your nearest culprit to the problem is Display card. Good luck
There could be many more resons of your problem
1) there might be no display
2) there might be posible Motherbord not getting power
Please check it - in a sequence
1) remove the RAM from the Motherboard -
2) remove the Hard Disk connection to the board
3) keep the VGA Cable connected (i.e Monitor Cable)
4) Keep Keyboad and Mouse connected
5) Turn On the CPU (Cabinet) by powering it
-- Check is there any disply on the screen ?
-- Checked is there any beep sound comming ?
If both are not there - ITS a SMPS Issue
if beep is there - and No Display - its VGA Connection issue
if beep is ther display is also there - turn off the CPU connect the RAM ad turn on - if display not comming after RAM Connection then the RAM is The issue
Then Check the HDD Connection -
I know it will be resolved
dont worry do it slow and check each bit and then apply
I want you to try first swap the power supply box of the PC if no change ? go to the CPU socket remove the CPU check if any component is burnt that area if ok put a new CPU then on it . If still behaving the same ,then the mother board is bad get a new mother board
Disconnect the hard drive ribbon cable from the mother board and try again. carry on disconnecting each component at atime and trying again. Leave the video attached. this is going to be a process of elimination. sooner of later you will find out where the problem is.
My personal feeling is that the hard drive is connected incorrectly.