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    Default HP dv9700 display issue: changing video card?


    Hello!
    Then I will explain the problem:

    The laptop is a HP Pavilion dv9700. For a few weeks, it worked but I had a long-time display that left and returned immediately with an error message like "Windows has reinitializes of the display driver" or something like that.

    Now I have the display is cut in half and I have green lines on the screen.
    HAS Graphics Card? It turns?

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    Yes it's the graphics card died there in a lot of model dv 9000 have suffered and turns but it is not free to send it to Sav and if you are out of warranty you will pay dearly for the repair.

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    Another possibility (this is not bullshit! a colleague of mine it is a specialty) is to remove the motherboard taking care to remove all the plastic and put the MC in the oven at 170 ° for 3 min, a problem known to the GC type NVidia 7xxx and 8xxx, up to you but I bought five poté dv 9000 leboncoin he has repaired all 5 of the way and everything works nickel he has also sold in perfect working condition.

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    Yes, after your colleague has invited you to eat dinner at motherboards the gang eater’s motherboard strikes again!
    I've got better you put the motherboard in a microwave for 5 minutes as the grid you your microwave and the motherboard!

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    This may seem silly but it works after all depends if you're a Mac or a stone richard gyver is safe, but my mate who would be part of the first category is doing pretty well with this little scheme. Elsewhere in parigoal if you resell your buddy is interested dv9700.

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    it works, it is clear that this may sound stupid also the first to have attempted this had to have a box for less than the idea of baking AC CM but when we say it works, it's worth it to try, especially since the symptoms of computer parisgoal are identical to those faced by my colleague, portable.100% success in his case (5 laptops HS> small passage in the oven> 5 laptops in perfect working condition).

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    Yes I will try this if there really more to hope and if the graphics card is not soldered onto the motherboard, as there still a risk to destroy the motherboard, while on a graphics card if it's just the graphics card may have died not much more.

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    Have fun to disassemble the pc. I had the same problem on a dv9500, in fact what happens is that there is a lack of evil on a lot of graphics cards are not recognized by HP dv. They changed speeds ventillos, stories they spin at the bottom and put a safety on the CM, wholesale AC if too hot, not to ba ca make pretty flames, while Ba is blocked and the graphics chip CM takes over.

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    It depends on the graphics card you have if it is soldered to the motherboard to change the motherboard, if it is mxm format so you can replace it with a card in the same format (note: there are several types of format mxm).
    But I think it is soldered onto the motherboard in HP to become his specialty.

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