More then likely you have an issue with the motherboard.
These models had a common failure with the video becoming garbled.
Different then just having a line down the screen.
The board can be repaired. The video memory needs to be...
Originally Posted by Djembe
What are you using to burn the CD? Windows doesn't have a built-in utility for burning .iso files so you need to burn them with another program for them to work. Also, check in BIOS...
Originally Posted by webwanderer
I'm still looking for a solution to this, but haven't had luck yet. And no, this laptop has integrated intel graphics, with intel main logic (GM45).
Turn your music...
Originally Posted by m3tatr0n
I need to open up my hp dv4000 to see if the dc is loose. Before I go taking every screw out of this thing and removing things I may not have to remove, can anyone tell me the...
Originally Posted by dorchy1
i finally fixed it guys...destructive recovery didnt work......went on line with HP chat support...they upgarded bios and new wireless adapter driver were installed...but...
Originally Posted by beut
Actually the always ON fan doesn' help. I only address this issue as the failing GPU chip is still the problem regardless the continuos running fan. If you do a search, this problem is...
Originally Posted by Hellbringer
the DV8000 is really comming what happens is the center pin gets pushed out the back of the jack. the dc jack does not crack or break like others. at work for awhile we would just...