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Thanks to this forum. Submarine ForceHP Pavilion HDX 9300 64-bit Dragon, Core 2 Extreme X9000 2.8ghz | 8gb DDR2 RAM | 512MB 8800M GTSVista Ult. 64 | Linksys Dual-Band N Network | DriveSavers Agent | Wiki Answers Supervisor"Professional Techs don't ask for Kudos or Points" Reply 0 0 junkhp Tutor Posts: 7 Member Since: ‎04-05-2009 Message 5 of 16 (22,306 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Pavillion Laptop dv6000 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎04-05-2009 07:17 PM yeah I have a junk hp laptop too and I will never buy one again Reply 0 0 stressed! The cooling method designed by HannStar is insufficient. The Support Agent can help you troubleshoot the startup problem. have a peek here

Then I restored the harddisk and pressed the power botton for some 30 seconds, then the notebook started, booted and it is working for 2 weeks. share|improve this answer edited Oct 12 '12 at 20:57 Mike 70339 answered Oct 12 '12 at 20:41 Rob 212 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote That beep code means CMOS RAM checksum error. Now put an extra metal sheet(heat sink) to improvise heat sink so as to lower the graphic card temperature and hence try to avoid the problem in the future.FOR EXACT DETAIL OF THE PROCEDURE REFER "HP REFLOW" IN YOUTUBE AND ALSO VISIT 'HP REFLOW' WEBSITE.The above is for FOR TECHIES ONLY.b)FOR NON-TECHIES i.e. I was at work so couldnt use a blanket :).

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if it isn't and than turn back :( what can we do? Did exactly the same thing and it worked! It takes abt 10-20 restarts for it to get to windows... Report kys- Jul 23, 2009 11:44AM ...

In the end, after threatening them with the "Sale of Goods" act, they called (from an international source!) and offered to send to a repairer at a cost of £390 total! and I was just taking the mick at the stupid suggestion, while at the same time trying it out. Last six month I have problem with heating issues when I play games or use highly resource consuming application, and probably with nvidia Ge Force 7400. 1 Long Beep 2 Short Beeps No Display So ASAP I called HP and asked them not to repair my laptop.

Thanks Again. Hp Laptop Beep Codes Use arctic silver on the both GPU core and on the top of the copper heat sink. It did work but just for 4 days then again the same 3beeps. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01732674 Let me explain why this is a horrible idea.

Wrapped the laptop in a piece of clothing, and put it in my bed, under the duvet. Hp 3 Long Beeps 2 Short Beeps trust me it's worth the 20 bucks and the bulk.. 100% heat kills.. Report Merv- Dec 26, 2012 08:12AM They possibly are Ryan - but they would be in good company. Last night I read more into the situation and yes, it is a common problem with the chipset.

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I have found a solution for this issue: - Remove the mother board for the laptop - Remove CPU - Put the motherboard in heater at 200°C during 4 minutes maximum, it is not a joke, it is for have good soldering beetween componens and motherboard. - Take out the motherboard and press on the NVIDIA chipset near the CPU socket to make the best contact possible when it will cold ...

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Ultimately, the HP will fail completely there's -no- avoiding that, but I've done quite a lot of these kind of "quick fix repairs" and they work BETTER than what HP's service dares to present as "repair". 1 2 3 4 Next Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. http://orgias.org/beep-codes/hp-pc-beep-error-codes.html some people tried this. its the same fault. Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, Display and Touch  Notebook Hardware and Upgrade Questions  Notebook Software and How To Questions  Business Notebooks  Printers sprocket  Inkjet Printing  LaserJet Printing  Printer Software and Drivers  DesignJet, Large Format Printers and Digital Press  HP Connected, Mobile Printing and Cloud Printing  Scanning, Faxing, and Copying  JetAdvantage, Printing Applications and Services  Desktops Desktop Operating Systems and Recovery  Desktop Boot and Lockup  Desktop Wireless and Networking  Desktop Audio  Desktop Video, Display and Touch  Desktop Hardware and Upgrade Questions  Desktop Software and How To Questions  Sprout by HP  Business PCs, Workstations and Point of Sale Systems  Gaming Gaming Notebooks  Gaming Desktops  Gaming Accessories  Tablets and Mobile Devices Elite x3  Android  Windows  Calculators  Palm and WebOS  Software HP Workspace  HP Touchpoint Manager  HP Collaboration  Commercial PC Software  Archived Topics (Read Only) Notebooks Archive (Read Only)  Printers Archive (Read Only)  Desktops Archive (Read Only)  Tablets and Mobile Devices Archive (Read Only)  Software Archive (Ready Only)  Windows Beta and Previews Archive (Read Only)  Miscellaneous Topics (Read Only)  Your Voice Forum Feedback & Suggestions  HP Expert Portal Welcome to the HP Expert Program  Meet the Experts  News and Events  Blogs Open Menu Blogs Open Menu Best of the Community BlogMeet the ExpertsNews and EventsWelcome to the HP Expert Program Beware of fake HP Support Open Menu Beware of fake HP Support Open Menu Be alert for scammers who may be posing as HP representatives and only call numbers from people who have a label next to their screen name. Hp Pavilion Dv6 Beep Codes

This should keep the GPU about 10 degrees Celsius cooler compared to the stock HP DV2000. was also told to buy a usb to ide/sata cable adapter to offload data from hard drive. Don't worry too much unless it is on flames After cooling, fix back the hard disk press the power button and hold it for about 45 sec. Check This Out Report eztroy- Jun 22, 2009 02:18PM Step, did it work for you?

After test completes, press f10 key to Save and Exit , and then press Enter key to Exit Saving Changes? . Hp Bios Recovery Basically it still is an expensive paperweight and it's pointless to replace with the same faulty chip?....Hp need a kick... The blanket method is not a permanent fix.

I've had one client myself with the problem who was on the list - they sent him a Fedex box, and he got it back within 3 days.LED codes - When your system boots, it may show flashing LED's.

I hate HP Helpful +10 Report JJ Aug 4, 2009 02:33PM Just an update, I took out the hard drive (very easy - just make sure battery is out first and notebook is unplugged). By performing these actions before you contact the support agent, you may be able to resolve the issue yourself. Nvidia chip is problem. Hp Error Codes U really solved a big problem for me too. :) I turned off my computer before 3 days at evening, and turned it on next day at morning...nothings happened.

I've already changed one motherboard due to this problem but I didn't know the solution before...but this time, I found this solution, and gave it a try, took out the hard disk, put the laptop on a blanket and covered it from bottom and keyboard side aswell, and turned it on, and left it for about an hour, after an hour it got warmed enough and it gave 3 beeps and shut down, gave it a rest for about half an hour and restarted, and .......IT WORKED :D, then I immediately updated the BIOS from HP website as they say it controls the fan speed better...(i think).....its been 2 days now and no problem yet.... Maybe replacing the cooling paste, or adding a piece of copper plating instead of the thermal pad (don't know if HP uses a thermal pad between the GPU and cooling, but saw that somewhere on the internet). On one forum it mentioned that they merely wrapped the laptop in a blanket with power on and VOILA - working....maybe for a short period but none the less....I know this can cause serious problems when "heating" components, but hey, what did I have to lose on this expensive paperweight? this contact form I submitted it anyway for getting a professional diagnosis.

loose soldering... . I try when it was still hot thats why it didint work AWSOME its working now :D Helpful +30 Report OhNo! Now my laptop idles around 52 degrees C to no more than 85 degrees under full load running 3d graphics. I`ve had the same problem 8 months ago.

Its working! Then on bottom of laptop look for a number 1 stamped on the plastic. After 20 years of tech support I didn't think something could still amaze me, but I was wrong. I found a Dv6449 system user who posted here yesterday whose PN is on the list.

Besides it is out of warranty.ThanksMAriano 0 0 0 Everyone's Tags: blankPavilionscreen View All (3) ConqHoosteen Intern Posts: 40 Member Since: ‎01-22-2009 Message 2 of 8 (45,953 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: BLANK SCREEN with 3 beep, 1 long, 2 short Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎02-05-2009 08:02 AM I am not sure what it is, as HP would never give me the codes for such errors anytime I have asked, but I believe that might be a code for overheating. Contact me in case of any doubt. What to do when the computer starts into Windows normally After you have completed the troubleshooting process and your computer has booted normally into the Windows operating system, you should: Run HP Assistant to update HP software and drivers. The reply I got was that they are not authorized to change a particular chip so they will probably have to change the whole motherboard.

worked for my pavillion dv6000 too! Even a reflow won't keep working if you're not solving the issue that causes this in the first place. Better spent on a new Dell product.2) Buy another crappy HP laptop, or even better, a Compaq and get a free 2 year warranty....F-that too, and a compaq?3) Sorry, but the nVidia 8400M GS was identified in certain models to fail, even though all those video cards suck.For $70 though, I'll mail you my dv6780se to have a look, at least your providing help unlike HP. After heating allow it to cool all by itself and then hold the power button for 40secs.2)a) Take out the motherboard and identify the graphic card and flame heat it.

mehmet24a, you are a god. Report beginner- Dec 1, 2009 06:11AM dude I dont know how u found dis method...but it has worked wonders for my laptop...thnxx a lot man.... Hope this helps. Wrapped it in blankets ...

Reply 0 0 mkayary Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎04-06-2011 Message 10 of 16 (12,753 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Pavillion Laptop dv6000 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎04-06-2011 10:53 PM Thank you much CyberVisions for your info very helpful Reply 0 0 « Previous 1 2 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents Troubleshooting HP System Recovery Problems (Windows 8)Read this before ordering your Recovery Discs! (US and Canada Only)Performing an HP System Recovery (Windows 8)Performing an HP system recovery (Windows 7)HP PCs - Understanding and Using Windows 10 Videos English Open Menu English Deutsch Español Français Português 中文 한국어 † The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. Done correctly this works and has so far been effective as long as you insulate the heat using tin foil (aluminum foil) The professional way to correct this problem is typically done by using hot air or infrared re-balling techniques where you remove the GPU, clean the old solder from it and re-ball the small GPU points and re-attach to the main board. Thanks to Mehmet Report musiu- Oct 17, 2009 10:11AM you are a genius! If you do it correctly (guides can be found everywhere on the net, but none of them can be called "exact science" when you're doing this with home-garden-and-kitchen tools) AND make sure you tackle the really bad cooling problem of all DV2/3/6/9's by using a copper shim on the nV chip.