Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I think my HP laptop Pavilion dv2000 overheated. Later when I am trying to start it, it is giving 3 beep sounds and does not boot up. There is nothing on the screen. The screen is blank.
I had the same problem faced twice in one month, and it’s a new laptop just one month old,
I have removed battery for for few minutes and fixed it back. And it's working fine now.
If it continues what should I do?
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
You might have to re seat the memory on your computer and then see if it boots after that. Make sure you remove battery when reseating RAM. Secondy what you can do is send it if you have manufacurer warranty because you have a bad motherboard from the looks of it and to tell you the truth that part is very expensive and hardly doing to my judgement.Im new on here so if my solution helped you please give some good feedback on my answer thank you
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
The HP's had faulty graphics video cards made by Nvidia. This is a known issue that you will see documented all over the internet. The guys at http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.com fixed mine at a reasonable price $125.00 includes return shipping back to me.
Posted on Mar 10, 2012
If the battery of the HP laptop is not in a good condition, sometimes booting problems might happen. To remove any static charges accumulated in the battery, you would have to remove the battery and press the Power button for about 25-35 seconds. Then reset the battery. Even after this, if your laptop is not booting up then you could perform the battery calibration and press F8 key to boot in safe mode.
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Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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Posted on Aug 15, 2010
You should determine the exact component that is causing the issue of a black screen. For this, restart the computer first in Safe Mode. Before troubleshooting, first take a backup of all the system files. Then determine which component is causing the problem. Find the extent of the damage caused by this problem. Then measures should be adopted to solve the issue. If the issue cannot be solved by you alone, then HP customer care should be contacted.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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