Hp 6000 notebook screen goes black..... blue control lights go on and off
Hello I have a 1 yr old hp notebook and the blue control lights go on then aftere a few seconds they go off. like its a power thing also the screen stay black seems like the cumputer will not start up barret is goood also plugeg in to 110 so ... what could it be ...soccer mom Cindy
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There is chance of serious problem with the screen of the Your laptop. This problem is often seen in case of HP laptop which are more then 6-7 months old.
So if the laptop is under warranty they(customer care) will replaced the screen for free.
If not the will charge few $ and provide you with original screen.
Please check with the vendor from where you have bought your laptop.
Please have a look at this article and consider updating the BIOS: click here
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the lcd screen may be causing this. Try to connect the laptop to an external monitor and have both working at the same time by toggling Fn F8 on the keyboard. Wait until it goes black on the LCD. post back what happens. If the external monitor wont go out when the lcd does, the lcd may have to be replaced. If the monitor goes out too, it's a video card issue which may be resolved by reinstalling the driver.
Your symptoms sound like a known issue with the dv6000 series of HP laptops. Rather than go into a lot of detail here, let me just refer you to the HP web page about the problem. If it fits your situation, call HP at the special number shown on the page. They've been replacing motherboards even for units more than a year old. My son just got his back yesterday, and so far so good. I hope this helps.