Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
First of all, we need to confirm whether the issue is with the LCD of the Notebook or the Graphic Card which is damaged.
Follow the instructions to find it out :
You need to have a Desktop Monitor to do this.
Connect the Desktop Monitor to the VGA Port of the Notebook and turn it on.
Now, hold the FN key and press the F4 key once so that the Display will be shown in the Desktop Monitor connected.
If you see the same lins on the Desktop Monitor too...the issue is with the Display Card.
However, if the Lines are shown only on the LCD and not on the Desktop Monitor, the issue is with LCD.
In both the situations, the Notebook need to get repaired.
However, check the warranty status of the Notebook by contacting Support and if the Notebook under HP Warranty, you can get it repaired for free.
However, if the notebook is out of warranty, I recommend you to go for a new Notebook if you are not comfirtable with the lines on the LCD since the LCD or the Motherboard needs to be replaced which will cost you alomst the cost of a new Notebook.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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