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Unfortunately, when my son purchased it for me, he failed to create a recovery disk, so I guess I'm stuck with an HP laptop that I'd like to use, but don't They indicated that they replaced a system board and I have 90 more days of warranty after the repair. When I attempt to power it on, the lights turn on for 2 seconds, and it shuts right off. Of course, if I have to pay one penny for a known defective product that I have already paid $800 for, they can keep the darn thing. his comment is here

You can phone their Technical Support number to set this up. Is it "\n" (ENTER), which I am unable to provide? Thanks, Mia Nik says: June 3rd, 2008 at 6:05 PM | Well halleluiah I'm not going crasy. Oh, and also, when the AC adaptor is plugged in, the blue LED surrounding it is on.

all it takes is about 30 minutes for the rep to walk through their standard "troubleshoot" scripted routine before they finally get to setting you up for warranty repair. First device manager lost the W-LAN adapter. You couldn't even hear Windows booting up. Right now, im using a USB wifi adaptor, and im gonna invest in one of the mini pcmcia ones for the slot on thefront.

Cordell Moore says: February 19th, 2008 at 8:51 PM | Anyways, its a dv9000.. It is pathetic of a major technology company to ignore their customers when they could reasonably support them under the circumstances of even faulty hardware, such as the motherboard or the All rights reserved. I have contacted HP they gave me links to try as stated above but when I said this is a known issue (from there website it states) and they should fix

Logged Technical Questions & Answers Re: How to Fix HP Pavilion dv6000 Laptop Black Screen Problem? « Reply #1 on: January 19, 2016, 05:08:24 AM » Print Pages: [1] « previous I forgot one night and it shut down by itself. They did replace the face of my notebook (where the keyboard is) due to some wear and tear. Its not like the Video card issue everyone speaks of.

My question is about the enhancement one time service plan from HP. How you react?If you get this upset with an idiot, what will happen when you realize how many of them are out there.Don't have a heart attack. Are you kidding me? It is a very simple fix.

Regarding my dv6000 problem (no power & can't ON & after charge with adapter, it only maintain for 30 second, the hp guy give me a solution. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f108/hp-pavilion-dv6000-problem-please-help-494584.html When I told him about the refund, he said that it was not an option since HP had already replaced the original laptop (albeit with a faulty laptop)! If you need to end it to them it appears tehy'll fix it right away! they replaced the lcd and lcd cable the 2nd time.

When I start up my HP Pavilion DV6000 notebook, the screen sort of 'scrambles'. http://waterjetmedia.com/please-help/please-help-with-this-problem.html I tried turning the sensor pad mouse on and off, it reminded off. Keith says: April 23rd, 2008 at 11:50 PM | got it back today. An additional problem I exp'd was a Staples Office Depot run around in their Tech.

MacBook Pro 2016: Which is more innovative? Brandon says: January 10th, 2008 at 5:50 PM | Well, beginning around Thanksgiving I started having the same/similar problem; no display. Help me! http://waterjetmedia.com/please-help/please-help-me-with-this-problem.html This makes me feel a little better.

The Tech did troubleshooting over the phone & said it was a problem w/ the video driver. The battery charge indicator light does not turn on when the battery is installed and the AC adapter is connected. Oh, and, google search the class action suits against HP… thats a start to get what you paid for. 😉 Jennifer Computer Repair Tech/Office Asst Florida **Owner of this forum/board -

Thanks again for the info!

They'll available on HP's site. my screen get dark then light, the port for power appears to be loose. The symptoms that may occur are these: The notebook does not detect wireless networks and the wireless adapter is not detected in the Device Manager. I tried searching the net for solutions but no one really has the same problem as me.

she gets things done. He then brought up the link I sent him earlier, and said that the laptop was covered under that limited warranty until March 2009. Now the system will auto-restart repeatedly is another symptom of this issue which seems to be resolved by this procedure.•After auto-restarting the computer, tap and hold the power button entire LEDs http://waterjetmedia.com/please-help/please-help-f3-problem.html The power light will go on when i plug it in and out.

And the amount of the time you wait between crash and restart may be important. Lets see how long it lasts now. It's not likely that that will happen to you. I didn't forget my password. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Windows Forum 17 total posts (Page 1 of 2)   01 | 02   Next Search Start or search Start New

They did roll back the computer to a restore point in the 2nd repair and I lost a couple Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers and another thing else is it doesnt hang bcos caps lock led gets on off while pressing kindly give me solution regarding this biky says: April 4th, 2008 at 3:55 AM In some cases, I might actually get to where I can start windows in safe mode or normally or get the option of running Start repair (which never works and won't You pretty much have a new laptop once they replace the top panel (not sure if they even can replace it), motherboard (Wireless card appears to be built right onto the

You Will Use ONLY the LOW Heat Setting... For now I just continue to hold down the power button so i can at least use the comp…really riduculous we pay big money for a problem laptop… any help appreciated Power button wouldn't turn it on unless you pressed really REALLY hard. I had omitted to ask them about that.

When a BlueScreen occurs, Windows defaults to creating what's called a "minidump file", which can be analysed to find out what the error was, and what caused the error. i need help :[ Helpful +2 Report benmak Mar 30, 2010 at 04:35 AM I have a laptop that has the same problems. hames says: April 1st, 2008 at 5:36 AM | i have hp dv 9000 notebook & i m facing a problem is notebook does not going ahead from hp logo & I send my laptop in for repaires.

If it really is Windows Vista compatible, then they should have released Vista drivers for it, and it should be perfectly fine if you install Vista. This is a discussion on HP Pavilion DV6000 problem, please help! So, I tried updating the BIOS to the latest version, and that failed to work too. Try to leave 1/4 inch area around the edge of the chip free of insulation.

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