Only mobo's available for it are that series and no other. It is a service/sales issue to get you to buy a new laptop. The other units in the series probably differ in onboard video and processor capability. The case in only built to accomadate theat board and display.
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Start taking your laptop apart piece by piece and test it after each removed component: 1. Remove the hard drive and test the laptop. 2. Remove the DVD drive and test the laptop. 3. Remove the wireless card and test the laptop. 4. Unplug the display panel from the motherboard/video card and test the laptop. etc.... Continue taking it apart until you have only three major components connected: motherboard (with video card), processor, and memory. If you still experience the same problem, most likely it's bad motherboard. By the way, before you start, try reconnecting the memory module. If you have two modules installed, try removing them one by one and test the laptop with each one separately.
1. Check the adapter
2. Check the processor
3. Check the motherboard if defective replace new one.
Note: You need to know the right spare part number of your motherboard e.i 443776-001. Here's a sample video
This question requires a techincal person to first, attach an external monitor to the laptop to see if there is video going to the external monitor? Then while the external monitor is hooked up he should run full diagnostics to see if the motherboard video adapter is fully functional? If it is? He has to open the laptop and trace to see if the plug from the motherboard to the monitor needs to be reseated. The worst case scenario is you will have to replace the motherboard.
Did you bother to check if the new motherboard was compatabe with your hard drive? Because sometimes, the slots and stuff are, but the motherboard functions differently if the hard drive is not compatable by model. Check again, and maybe, the hdd wasn't put it wright or something.
If the notebook's video card (which may be on the motherboard) is successfully displaying images on an external monitor it sounds more like a problem with the notebook display or its connections. Probably the motherboard is OK.
you're notebook is not blue-ray compatible, most likely. You're laptop, dv2000t PC, was made when blue-ray was not manufactured yet. OR, maybe you can try a blue-ray running player software; try searching for it on google.