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gojmgo
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How can I find my laptops motherboard part number?

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I need to replace the motherboard of my DV2000 laptop because the Nvidia graphics card is already dead. I tried connecting it on external monitor but I get the same results (Black screen & Flickering white stuffs). 

 

I saw some infos at the bottom of the laptop that might help to idetify the part number of my motherboard.

Product: HP Pavilion DV2500

s/n: {Personal Information Removed}

p/n: KA111EA#ABZ

 

DV2699EL

 

I'm planning to buy a new motherboard from ebay. Please help. Thanks

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Dragon-Fur
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Re: How can I find my laptops motherboard part number?

Two day old post...

 

Here's a link that does show an HP motherboard and the typical location of the motherboard information.

 

Motherboard Part Number - Location

 

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Pahee
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Re: How can I find my laptops motherboard part number?

Hi.. 

I have a HP Pavilion dv2500 laptop and I need to replace the motherboard.

 

I found this number is written on the motherboard itself 48 4S501 031 is this a correct model number of my mother board.

 

Please help.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: How can I find my laptops motherboard part number?

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Can you tell me what processor you have ?

 

At this point it would be hard to tell you what system board you have without knowing the processor. 

 

THX

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Molly_Dog
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Re: How can I find my laptops motherboard part number?


Dragon-Fur wrote:

Here's a link that does show an HP motherboard and the typical location of the motherboard information. 

Motherboard Part Number - Location

 

My deepest thanks to you for the link. Not surprisingly it went to a non-HP site. Also unsurpisingly, armed with my mobo's part number, a search of HP's site yielded zip, zero, zilch, nah-thing, nuttin', nary-a-thang, squat, bupkus, nada, nyet (tehnically that means "no"), hmm, that's all I can think of right now other than to say it yielded an all-too-typical HP search result. The same one I get every. single. time. I take leave of my senses and yet again try to search HP's site.

You buy a company's products, spending your money for which you, unlike this "manufacturer", probably worked very hard. You have a problem with this product so you call the "manufacturer" and spend an endless time on hold to get someone who, even if they're in the same hemisphere as you, cannot speak your native language much less think outside of the pages of the script from which they're "happily" assisting you. (and they're always "happy to assist you with this", aren't they?) They're happy to not understand one word of your question: 

     Me: "When I try to boot my laptop, I have no display and my caps lock light is slowly flashing"

     "Sean": "When you start your computer pressing your caps lock key prevents you from typing?"

     Me: "No" [repeats question]

     "Sean": "I am very sorry. Now I understand. Pressing your caps lock key prevents your computer from starting?"

     Me: *Click* <runs to horizon cursing vehemently much like Yosemite Sam>

Actually, that's the abbreviated version. The torture continued for another 10 minutes (years) before I gave up.

Reason #1,678,907,786,003.7 I will never, ever buy another HP product and why HP remains the one corporate entity for whose complete, utter and total bankrptcy is my most fervent hope for events to occur during my lifetime.

 

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