Unplug it from the motherboard and plug back in. Make sure the cable is plugged correctly. I am having a problem at step No drivers problems since I tried with 2 OSes and bootable linux distributions. Asia Pacific and Oceania.
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Did you remove the CPU? What do you recommend I do to get my laptop back in working order? Find an air compressor or use shop-vac blower and blow air into the d6v600 intake on the bottom of the laptop. I got this thing down to the motherboard thank to this tutorial and it appears and smells like it burnt up a circuit or so on the motherboard. Still a no-go on the sound. By the way, if you need a quick access to your data, you can use an external USB enclosure.
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Do you think it would be possible? The inverter board mounted under the LCD screen. You may have to start from scratch, reinstall XP audioo then install the correct drivers in the correct order.
There are many different DIY-tutorials for fixing video problems in HP Pavilion dv, dv, dv series notebooks. I have to try to open my laptop?
In my dv, there is a wireless provision but it does not have bluetooth facility. Very common to skip over them.
Maybe you forgot to plug the speakers? My son and I just finished replacing the CPU fan with great results….
After following your guide quality I discovered that the cable being pointed to in step 10 is missing from the socket. Could you help explain where the other end might run to so I can trace it back and plug in back in? The speaker connector is on rv6600 left side from the speaker below the connector pointed with yellow arrow.
Thanks I tried hpp and it did open when I pushed it during bios. Somehow my computer is really slow and my computer freezes every 5 seconds on Windows XP. Test your laptop again.
I cannot turn it on. If this does not happen then the dvd or installation disk just spins inside and the drive makes some constant whining noise every 10 seconds until I eject the disk in frustration.
So I ask for your opinion: I think this contact pin carries one of the two terminals of the 5 DC current. As long as the battery is attached to the notebook, the blue LED at the front blinks 3 times when pressing the Start-Button. You can remove the keyboard and the bezel and get access to the fan as it shown in the step Did you check both memory modules? I am having problems getting to the cooling fan and removing it. Hold down the Fn key and at the same time tap on the F8 key.
Take a look in the BIOS for the hard drive testing utility and run it.
Steps was really easy for me. Operating System – Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.