If I do bake it, Should I leave the processor in? We’re not particularly bullish on next-gen optical drives in laptops in any case–the discs have yet to reach critical mass, and the differences between SD and HD DVDs on a laptop screen are not as pronounced as they would be on a inch plasma screen–but if you want one right away, currently available options include the Blu-ray-equipped XPS M and Toshiba Qosmio GAV , which is an excellent multimedia laptop with an HD DVD drive. Did I royally screw this laptop up by switching those wires and plugging in the adapter? The fan should not be noisy. My power adapter broke at the jack and I decided to be cheap and rewire it. Does it work fine in Safe Mode? Where will I find it or what have I open on my laptop to do that?
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Thanks for the response on my dvd drive. Are you installing the correct driver downloaded form HP website?
There are three of them in step I ask because the laptop in question has bluteooth sound coming out of the onboard speakers. I never saw any reference to an X drive before this mess.
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Any ideas what can be causing this problem? Now the laptop works fine, but the charger died after I plugged it in. Is this a hardware failure? We’re partial to inch desktop replacements such as the Pavilion dvt –we’d happily trade a bit of portability for a larger screen in such an entertainment-oriented machine–but if you’re looking for more of a compromise between screen real estate and total travel weight, the inch dvt delivers nearly all of the features found on its larger cousin, including Intel’s refreshed Centrino Duo mobile platform formerly known as Santa Rosa.
I am using it as we speak, and have used it playing WOW on mid settings for like 10 hours a day sometimes and it doesnt crash and HWmonitor reports temps of 60 degrees for the GPU and about 55 for CPU. And do I have to completely diassemble the entire laptop to fix.
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I have a dv, and need to replace the power button ribbon on the left. Do i need to replace this LCD? Any ideas or vd6500 Try reseating memory and test the laptop. I checked a few nearby stores, even Home Depot, but none of them has it. I cannot turn it on. Now I have put back everything, I have one problem, the wireless card is not present in networkconnection, and the led of the wireless switchis orange, even if I switch the wirelles to on.
Make sure memory modules are seated correctly.
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Take Guardio for a ride. I have tried hooking it up bluetoogh multiple other external monitors when it happens and they do not work either.
In order to figure out if this is hardware or software related problem, you can try booting your laptop from Ubuntu OS live Linux CD. Make sure the cable is plugged correctly. Can you tell me how to clean the fan from inside? Is this just an issue with the inverter and can changing the inverter fix the problem? Hi I have a problem with my dv FYI my Pavilion dv had three coax cables to the wireless card: Most likely this is some kind of connection related problem.
Great Resource, my HP laptops have usually lasted about 2 years before something goes awry. I was able to install a new motherboard into a laptop for a friend with this article.
I just need your advise on what fv6500 am going to do. My daughter has a 3 year old dv, that always had bad batteries as soon as the 1 year warranty expired and ran hot I checked, the battery she got is not covered by any of the current recalls.
Thanks for your guide. Somehow my computer is really slow and my computer freezes every 5 seconds on Windows XP.
I keep getting code 43 and for my graphics card Nvidia geforce m I have tried to reinstall and update drivers, but the computer keeps saying software cannot load. I was removing the touchpad from the motherboard and the cable came undone from underneath it, not from the motherboard itself.