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I know I have made some difference since before I started the computer wouldn't always respond to the power button. I hope I can find a way to get it to run without needing a C clamp... Reply Reply With Quote March 21st, 2009,04:22 AM #153 Rissole View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Mar 2009 Posts 1 replace HDD with flash Apr 3, 2009 #15 golden TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 61 Hi guy thanks for all your help update in the end !I need to charge the MB you were right check over here

If you try to add some, you will probably end up connecting two legs together... Click here to go to the "Troubleshooting port replicator power problems" section of this document. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Luckily I think I did pretty much as you said.

I did not open my machine, I just put a lot of pressure on the laptop in the F12 keyarea as recommended by the solution to this problem.I am using Windows Close Yes, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Reseat any loose components and boards, and replace damaged items. Borrowed a friends...

  1. Click here to go to the "Troubleshooting battery power problems" section of this document.
  2. NOTE: On some models, there is a separate Reset button.
  3. When you touch the pin, (not at the base, up on the leg) you can see the solder soften almost instantly.
  4. I just to see how it was as freezed in windows!
  5. You said you resoldered it, and it fixed it, but then you said it still has the problems...
  6. The maxim 1987 chip pins lose connect to the motherboard due to opening and closing the LCD screen while the laptop is hot and the hinges are dirty, So make sure
  7. Now I just need to figure out where to go from here.
  8. could u help?
  9. Can anyone suggest another fix for this.

Reply 0 0 Fiat84 Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎11-26-2011 Message 8 of 25 (11,689 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Compaq NC6000 that doesn't power up & The Monitor goes kind regards Golden Mar 29, 2009 #5 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 Checkout: "Reseating your CPU" Linked at the bottom of that post as well Mar 29, 2009 #6 golden Good luck. No, create an account now.

My computer has been off for 2 years. Join the community here. Its about 6 years old. (Have PC problems so have been relying upon it!!). her latest blog Thanks Reply Reply With Quote February 16th, 2009,09:41 AM #143 DavidMP View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Feb 2009 Posts 1 In

Touch each pin, as you go around the chip. So file down your soldering iron down to a pin point if you want to try this. Update: I resolved the Keyboard/Touchpad issue. FastVideoTech 10,228 views 2:01 HP compaq nc6000 problems - Duration: 1:00.

Reply With Quote October 28th, 2010,05:33 PM #6 cglassback View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Jun 2006 Posts 92 Thank you both. The cursor will freeze up and computer won't shut off after a few minutes of working. I don't think you could even get solder down on the chip legs as they are so small... Reattach the AC adapter and try booting the laptop Mar 28, 2009 #2 golden TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 61 Hi Tmagic650, thanks for your advice I will try it

If the notebook does not power up, contact HP or a local service center for additional support. check my blog I have had a good go at that but no difference. If successful, go to Step 4 of this process. Reply Reply With Quote March 17th, 2009,10:21 PM #152 bobban View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Mar 2009 Posts 2 Thanks so much for

Very quick turnaround too - had the laptop back in a couple of days.Your issue sounds like the same root-cause as mine, but maybe you should describe the problem to the Loading... I tried reseating the hard drive. this content There should be a green card if it is empty you could either buy one or get a wifi card but you would need a wifi input if you were to

Reply Reply With Quote January 12th, 2009,07:52 PM #142 MrGoat View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Jan 2009 Posts 1 Mr Goat Originally Posted If unsuccessful, follow the procedures in the "Troubleshooting port replicator power problems" section of this document. This is a general diagnostic and repair steps to fix these problems.

top Troubleshooting battery power problems Follow these steps if the initial attempts to power the notebook up on battery power were unsuccessful: Visually check for debris in battery socket and clean

The result seemed good at first but now I am not sure. Unplug AC adapter, take out the battery and hold down power button for 30 seconds, the static charge will dissipate. Publié par moderator à 3:59 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Libellés : Laptop Repair, Repair HP Compaq Laptop Problem 1 comment: ClarkAugust 31, 2013 at 12:00 AMThank By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Sign-in Register Site help Skip to ContentSkip to FooterLaptops & tablets Business Premium Gaming Standard laptops

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ HP NC6000 start problem fix laptop redneck fix hewlett packard ChuffChuffWoo SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe729729 Loading... I tried booting on battery power alone. RAM or hardware failure; your HP Compaq nc6000 powers on, but there is no display just black screen with Power led light ON and cooling fan work. have a peek at these guys Reply 0 0 thenextbigname Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎06-09-2011 Message 7 of 25 (12,672 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Compaq NC6000 that doesn't power up & The Monitor goes

Attempt to power up the notebook. The only way i have gotten them to work reliabiliy is to put a C clamp on the processor (Underneath the F12 key). I have started and restarted about 20 times, since yesterday when I did it. Possible?

I pressed on the J,K,L area and it is working perfectly. If it is still having the boot problem, then you need to resolder the max 1987 chip. Which driver files would it be prudent to rescue from my dodgy hard disc? Reply 1 1 sjobou Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎02-04-2010 Message 4 of 25 (15,161 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Compaq NC6000 that doesn't power up & The Monitor goes

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