HP Pavalion dv6000

i have a laptob HP Pavalion dv6000  - dv6284eu- AMD
when i press power button lights work and i hear fan sound works
but the monitor is balck , nothing appare
i have try to connect the laptob to the power source by charger and i have try the battery , battery is charged full

the monitor still black nothing change or appare there
galsogoorAsked:
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cbmmCommented:
try removing the battery and starting it without the battery. you will have to have it plugged into the wall of course
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Peter HartCommented:
take the battery out and wait a few minutes.  put it back.
retry the laptop
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XconCommented:
reseat the battery.
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Peter HartCommented:
then also try holding in the power button for 10 seconds - to force a hard power off. then retry switching it on  (I've got a hp pavillion laptop and it as all kind of weird manners like this)
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nobusCommented:
ok - try this : power down your laptop, remove battery and AC
now hold the power button for 10 sec
put in AC or battery, and test
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galsogoorAuthor Commented:
i have removed the battery and connect the power cable to the wall source
but the problem still and computer does not work
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cbmmCommented:
try taking the memory out and reseating it. on the bottom the laptop there should be a small compartment with a screw, on some chasis there is a small picture of a memory module. have you made any changes to laptop recently, hardware wise, upgrading memory etc.
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Peter HartCommented:
ok - when you power on press <f8> and try and bring up the menu that includes the option for sfe mode - use the arrow keys and choose "VGA mode" and see what happens
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cbmmCommented:
the laptop isnt POSTing is what i understand
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nobusCommented:
did you try my suggestion?
you can also try with disk and cd drive removed
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galsogoorAuthor Commented:
i have tried all abov selution but did not work

cbmm:
i am not sure because i hear fan sound but the screen is black so i can not know if it is posting or not

nobus:
could you explain more , i did not understand what u mean
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XconCommented:
have you tried to reseat the video card? also try the memory as cbmm recommended
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Peter HartCommented:
to recap - the screen is off ALL the time? no HP BIOS text? no windows loading logo?

could be the switch when you close the lid - try cleaning (hoover) dust and stuff away from this micro switch. maybe its stuck.

this IS a laptop? so the grpahics card is integral. and can't be reseated.
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XconCommented:
that isn't true. I have an alienware laptop and I can reseat my video card as much as I want to.
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Peter HartCommented:
I thought it was a HP Pavalion dv6000  laptop?
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Peter HartCommented:
galsogoor,  if you have a PC monitor plug it into the external VGA socket and set the output to LCD  (from memory its press the function key Fn and one ofthe <F1-10> keys) until something appears on the external monitor
this will see if its the laptop screen that is gone.
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XconCommented:
it is but you said that it is a "laptop" so therefore you cannot reseat the video card because it is "integral". I was just correcting you that just because it is a laptop doesn't mean you cannot reseat the video card. Not all laptops are as proprietary as HP's. In fact not even all HP's are like that. Anyway this isn't about our disagreement.
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XconCommented:
that is a very good idea by chilternPC.
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cbmmCommented:
i would say to my customer at this point bring the laptop into my shop for repair, some offices have hardware to diagnose the problem and wont charge you. i dont charge for a problem like this, only if i fix it, which of course is left up to the customer. you might have a bad motherboard, which you will never determine from this site, only on a bench
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nobusCommented:
you remove disk and cd drive, and extra ram(everything that canbe removed) then try to boot; you should get a screen at least
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galsogoorAuthor Commented:
thanks alot i have removed the battery then it works suddenly i dont know why it did not work when i removed battery first time
thanks
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