Finding v2000 (that works with Sempron 1.8 CPU) notebook system board
I would appreciate your help in getting the exact part number for the v2000 notebook that works with the Sempron 1.8 cpu. I've found the system board listed on in a Product Manual for the v2000 but it only lists Intel and Cel. CPU's. Thanks in advance for your help....George
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Re: Finding v2000 (that works with Sempron 1.8 CPU)...
Hey pal I searched google and found this:
Interesting all of the part numbers for that machine is there the one you are looking for is
394256-001 AMD Sempron 1.8
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Your DVD drive is missing the Burning Program not the driver. I found an update for your windvd software for windows 7 but you probably have to have the full program installed to run the update. Hope this helps.
HP.com/Support, and the page for the Compaq Presario V2000, plus more specifically the model number page you choose YOUR model from, http://h20180.www2.hp.com/apps/Lookup?h_lang=en&h_cc=us&cc=us&h_page=hpcom&lang=en&h_client=S-A-R163-1&h_query=Compaq+Presario+V2000&submit.x=5&submit.y=7
This link should take you to a page that lists all the Compaq Presario V2000 Series models. What you see on the LCD screen frame, or on the top part of your laptop's body, is generally only the -> Series model number.
To make sure you get THE audio driver for YOUR laptop, you need to make sure you get the exact model number. This is on the bottom of your laptop. It is in a white -> Service Tag. Here is information on how to find the Service Tag, and your exact model number, from HP.com, http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00033108&product=212728&dest_page=product (You need the information shown by the number 1)
I'm going to use the first model number listed, for an example: Compaq Presario V2000 CTO Notebook PC
After clicking on your appropriate model number, you will be taken to a page that has the heading -> Software and Driver downloads <- on it. Click on this. Now choose your operating system. I'm going to choose Windows XP for my example. With my example of using Windows XP, there are 2 audio driver files listed. When faced with more than one choice, I advise choosing the newest version listed.
Any problems with getting your appropriate audio driver, post it in an additional comment here. Would appreciate it if you would rate my solution. Thank you.
You probably put more than a pin-head size drop of heat grease compound on CPU, thus "bleeding" over on the CPU, effectively overheating processor (very common). In any event, your problem is overheating -that's *the* place to look for now.
Out of the three, which one is your model..
Compaq Presario V2000 CTO Notebook PC
Compaq Presario V2000T CTO Notebook PC
Compaq Presario V2000Z CTO Notebook PC
Please specify and also about the OS you are using?