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The battery is in the RAM compartment, under the wireless device. Some people say this fix might last for a few months maybe even longer. After a few weeks, the LCD started showing the the same vertical lines all the time (extenal video still OK) and the LCD went dim. Im really keen to try this method so can someone give me some feedback on this? More about the author

I put the motherboard on top of the stove for a surface to handle the heat from the gun. It does not give any display. Reply Mark Jacobs (Team Leo) May 11, 2016 at 4:33 am It could be so many things. Various solders are used on the boards…60/40 melts at 371F, 63/37 at 362F, 63/36/2 at 355F.

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And thanks to your site, I found it to be the switch, just as you said it would be, Thank You! I would also try reseating cables if there is no video on the LCD screen at all. I did not changed the cmos battery yet. Thanks again.

Marco says March 26, 2011 at 1:29 am Hi Mitz! Thanks for sharing this. The caps lock light blinks when i turn it on but nothing shows on the screen. Hp Laptop Hard Reset Any image on the screen?

at the 8 min mark I opened the oven door and turned off the oven. Hp Pavilion Dv7 Won't Turn On No Lights I did attach an external monitor to my laptop and it works fine. I turned it on, got the garbaged display, and plugged the external monitor cord into the laptop without restarting laptop. Is not big news, it happens often that my computers defies logic. 🙂 I disabled cd as first boot, problem is still here.

I got a heat gun from Harbor Freight… Cheap… Covered the mother board with foil except the GPU… Ran the heat gun on low setting for 60 seconds… And the laptop All other print functions work fine.The print option is disable in the evaluation v [More] Tcode Assigned to Maintenace view......really Urgent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hi Experts, Is there any way to find the transaction I'm about to try your methods (wife refuses oven bake method!), but wanted to know if your laptops repaired by bubble wrap, towels, oven bake and hot air gun are still What is curious is that the CD player which has the capability to run separately starts and runs with no problems.

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Mitz says February 21, 2011 at 2:27 am Hi Rick, Thanks to the fantastic information! thanks Mitz says June 20, 2011 at 6:50 am It sounds like a graphics card problem. Hp Pavilion Dv7 Hard Reset But then, I log into my computer account, and all I see is black, and the cursor. Hp Pavilion Dv7 Turns On Then Off Immediately Always start from the beginning.

There are 2 video cables listed for Toshiba Satellite A75-S229 screen. my review here So, thanks to whoever put this out there to discover. First Time Here? Otherwise selling it off or trading is a reasonable alternative. Hp Pavilion Dv7 Won't Boot Black Screen

cj2600 March 28, 2006 | Hi Julies, Yep, it looks like a video card problem. Thank you! cj2600 November 15, 2011 | @ Klevin, I tried cleaning the heatsink and everything but still the problem persists. click site The power supply seems to be good.

Good luck! The best rig is infrared reflux, but short of that, a heat gun will do. Sometimes they cover a small section of the screen, sometimes they cover the whole screen and flicker.

Yes I did, but I don't think it was necessary.

  1. Mitz says July 7, 2011 at 12:06 am Log into another user account and see if that works…If it does you know that the user account is corrupted..
  2. I don't know where these any of these parts are located.
  3. There is only one way to test witch one is failing – to replace them one by one.
  4. You can try to fix the problem by reseating the video cable on the back of the LCD and on the system board.

I can rescue my files before it dies again - Thanks! If you can log into another account you will be able to access the corrupted user account through the main hard drive which is usually called C: drive. Sometimes it might get stuck, causing the backlight to turn off. Thanks a lot.

But today I'm going to fix it using a heat gun. It is possible that a crucial connection has been broken by weakened solder. Any help would be appreciated! 0 0 0 Cloud_Strider Regents Professor Posts: 5,568 Member Since: ‎09-23-2010 Message 2 of 5 (4,504 Views) Report Inappropriate Content hp pavilion dv7-6163us won't turn on Press and hold the sync up button (the small white one), while holding that button press the eject button.

Thanks for this!!! Any help would be appreciated? Dan C July 13, 2011 | I have fixed dozens of laptops with the Nvidia chip failure over the last few years. ordering a new one.

I tried booting in safemode with f8 and that brought me to the black screen to. cj2600 January 11, 2012 | @ Santi, i was wondering… with the flux.. They look like the matrix. In my case, I had the eeepc for 1 year now, but it is out o waranty.

This is probably not a long time solution but it will give me enough time to sell the wretched machine and buy a new one!! The LEDs will go back to the 3 red flashing lights. Ava March 1, 2011 | But this is not a permanent solution cj2600 March 1, 2011 | Ava, But this is not a permanent solution Nothing is permanent in this world. I thought I could just handle it with the extended warranty that I bought when I bought the laptop at Amazon.

I slowly heated the chips by bringing the gun closer to the chip over a minute or two making sure the heat soaked to the underside of the board. If I have helped you to resolve your issue or answered your question, please click the Options link in the post that helped you and then click on the "Mark as The laptop is a Acer aspire 1510 series. I just put in a new lcd screen and it is fix.

Are there any parts that can't stand heat at all and should I cover them with foil? thanks in advance Mitz says February 21, 2011 at 2:00 am It sounds like you can get to the boot menus so can you choose the "command prompt" option? See above for the links. (opening a computer case) Mushuia says June 18, 2011 at 11:49 pm My computer keeps going to black everytime I turn on and no safe mode Take a look at the blue light around the power socket.

Do you think you touched something else when you were taking the battery out? Hope it works at least for several mths. and yes i agree two in row is very unlikey.