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Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen
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jorono
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

With my hand I brushed my screen off with a dry cloth.  The screen went black/the cap lock light blinks continuously/the wireless light is on/the power is on and fan is working with or without battery/red and white lights are on beside the power cord. 

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jorono
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

It is HP Pavilion dv6-3013CL purchased on 9-4-2010.

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vijayHP
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

Dear Sir,

 

I Have hp pavilion dv6 3107ax amd laptop with win7 64

Today i put the laptop in runnung condition just lid down and after 20 min when i come bac my laptop has blank screen

just led of capslock is blinking.

i tried hard reset process with 30 seconds so many times but still same condition

 

Please Please help me to short out this problem i will give you great reviews and always thankfull for you

 

Waiting for your keenly reply

 

Thanks

Vijayant

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GioGiorgadze
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

I have HP G6-2111us notebook, and I have same problem. I tried hard reset, "windows" + "B" button, tried another display, to remove hard disc and RAM No changes. Caps Lock button blinks Monotonously, just one time. Fan runs, CD-rom works Normally. It started after I tried to update BIOS. Due update notebok just Switched off and thats all, Does not turn on. please help !!!! I will got heart attack

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needshelp72691
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I tried this, it worked once, but had to do it again and it won't work a second time??

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loverunning
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My Pavilion DV6 laptop with windows 7 has been doing this for a while and 30sec  power down solution had worked until recently which no longer works.  Power comes on and I can hear fat.   I have also tried the combination of power, Caplock and Wireless (f12).  f6+f7 together,   so far nothing is working.  Model 3240ca, Product XZ084UA#ABC.  I hope someone has a solution :smileyhappy:.  thx

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aleeusmans
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

I've the same problem, I've also tried the hard reset, it didn't work either. When I press caps lock its LED don't blink, which means laptop is hanged,
Its giving black screen on startup
I've HP pavilion dv6-3225dx
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Jcchpd6
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Hi exactly what was explained by Rasenshuri has happened to my laptop. I tried the hard reset that you explained but it didn't work for me. My model # is dv6-6c35dx. The product number is A6Y53UA#ABA.
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Awalker4777
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I have a 2c29wm it powered off while i was restoring the BIOS and now it only goes to a black screen. I've tried the hard reset and other methods multiple times. Is there anything that can be done?
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Catweale
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Re: Pavilion dv6 won't start up-- black screen

Sorry to say, it's true HP does have some problems with there Pavilions. This is the second one -  DV6 not showing anything.

The CAPS LOCK led indicates a Graphical Devices problem (4 flashes). So, like my old DV2085 (loose NVIDIA chip) it must be the same.

Same problem with the bios-chips in the HP Compacs.

 

Fortunately I do have the equipement to resolder the chips, otherwise it will be an expensive repair.

 

Now, for me, it is the end of the line concerning HP laptops because I think they are too expenisive for their reliability.

 

Berend

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