I had to reinstall Windows on both laptops. What is the easiest way for me to change the screen with the least possibility of damaging my laptop? It is not first time what I cleaned computer or laptop. I was able to replace the motherboard on my HP DV What do you recommend I do to get my laptop back in working order? Take a look here:
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Changed a motherboard in less than an hour. I press the power button and the LED lights flash on for a quick pavillon and nothing happens, power goes off. So I doubt the motherboard is damaged. Well, everything starts fine, but I also get the Error.
Test your laptop again. Pavilioh know the computer is working bc I can put it on standby with the keyboard.
Message 3 of You saved me a lot of time and frustration. I am having the exact same problem as Chaz. A new motherboard is expensive. The hold seems to be coming from under the mouse plate. So the DV I have had only one year has become terribly noisy and the fan runs so loud I soynd hardly concentrate. Just blow air into the fan grill on the bottom until all dust is gone and test the laptop again. Any hinjts would be so appreciated.
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Not sure about that. Probably failed video card.
Sometimes it works but next time I fire up they have disappeared. MarkAttree Replied on December 22, I have this model DV and did something stupid.
Or it is in BIOS preconfigured? I still have the problem. I believe the microphone cable connected to the board which is mounted under the keyboard cover. Last week I had two laptops with very similar problem. Try removing the DVD drive. I insert a plastic stick between the battery and laptop case.
Do you think it is a problem in motherboard or in power connector as shown in step Any ideas what can be causing this problem? Was this corrosion over some small components?
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I read it all and before dissasembling my laptop decided to consult a tech first. I could one of the fans, and it appeared really dusty. And I also have learned that the DV has a heating issue.