HP DV6700 problem

hello people.
my friend brought me his DV 6700 due to a noisy cpu cooling fan. I opened up the and replaced the fan with no issues.. when i put the machine back together and it powered on just fine except the monitor did not turn on. i readjusted the cables and the monitor then came on. now the power is not coming on. could the ribbon cables go bad? any ideas?

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    Which software are you using to watch dvd movie?
    Try other software such as VLC, here
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  • Are there any particular problems with HP Pavilion dv6700 relating to sound?

    Recently lost sound on HP Pavilion dv6700.  I was using it at a high volume the day before.  The next day it
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  • Hp pavillion dv6700 webcam problem with windows 7

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  • DV9000 & Dv6700 No Boot Problem

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    How about you let someone troubleshoot the problem?  How can you know it's HP's fault when maybe it's how you used the laptop(s)?  I mean you blew up two of them already right? 
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  • My hp dv6700 notebook inbuilt webcam isnt found. all indication pointed to device problem.

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    Hi geraldnpatty,
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  • HP DV6700 Laptop Problem

    Hi,
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  • Problems with built-in microphone Pavilion dv6700

    I have a PC Paviliondv6700 and the built-in microphone is not working and i can´t find the driver anywhere. How can I get it? heeeeeelp need it urgently. Thank you

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00833331&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=3636595&tmp...
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  • Black screen w/blinking cursor hp dv6700 please help me out someone!!

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    Hi,
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  • I have a laptop an hp dv6700, running vista the dvd drive is missing how do i get it back?

    Greetings this is my problem?
     I have a beautiful HP Laptop the dv6700 Series, running Vista, on this Computer i have a DVD Player, with my media center, and the drive.
    Now the drive is missing, and now I can not burn anymore DVD's, or play any of them either can anyone help me find a solution to this issue please?
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    Okay, let's check the following:
    >> Do you see the DVD drive listed in "Computer" explorer? double click on it to open.
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    >> Is the DVD drive listed in the BIOS?
    (Restart Your PC and start tapping F10 key, once you are in setup screen go to boot options, check for the listed devices)
    also please download and run this program:
    http://support.microsoft.com/mats/cd_dvd_drive_pro​blems/en-us
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  • Sound not working for dv6700 PLEASE HELP!!!!

    I'm having sound problems on my hp dv6700.  The sound was working last night and this morning, now when I went on it all of a sudden the sound stopped working.  When I plug in a set of headphones it works but the speakers don't work.  If someone could please help me out, I rather not have to take it to Best Buy and pay to have them fix it.

    I am experiencing the same problem, same laptop. I did try reinstalling the Conexant Audio driver but it gave me a failure message "Could Not Find Media Device for the Drive" so looking forward to suggestions.

  • Dv6700 broken HDD "#10009 replace hard drive"

    Hi, My laptop model dv6700 and harddrive: SATA 250Gb. I have made recovery discs. Issue: hard drive gave up recently and in BIOS HDD checkup it showed "#10009 replace hard drive" Query: 1)since I need to replace the hard drive, i wish to upgrade it to 500GB.Is it possible or not?? 2)if yes, are there any constraints on size,make of HDD?? 3)Once i replace my HDD how to get my old OS(i got vista home premium along with laptop)?? 4)will there be a problem if i use my recovery discs on the new 500 Gb HDD?? 5)will there be any conflict in recognizing the new HDD of 500 Gb?? Is there any other way to solve this issue without replacement?? Thanks in advance!!
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    Here are answers to your question.
    1) You can upgrade to 500GB and its possbile without any problems
    2) No constraints on size or make. You can use any brand or manufacturer of your own choice
    3) You need to install your OS using recovery disks. There is a guide available over here
    4) There will not be any problems if you using recovery disks on new HDD
    5) There wont be any conflict. If you do face any issues, you can always post your query on the forums.
    6) Unfortunately there is no other way. If the HDD test fails, it means its gone. Only option is to replace HDD.
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  • Hp dv6700 keyboard some keys locked,

    hp dv6700 keyboard some keys locked, like up and down aero, Enter button, some numric buttons, some alfabate keys, remember these also not working in bios setup,plz tell me the trick how can i solve this problem?

    Hello Momma4952
    Welcome to the HP Forums!
    I understand that some keys on your computer keyboard have stopped working. I will do my best to help you out! First, please provide the following information:
    1. The computer's model number. If you require assistance locating this information, please reference this website: Guide to finding your product number
    2. The computer's operating system. If you require assistance locating this information, please reference this website to determine your Windows operating system.
    3. Have you installed any new hardware on this computer, before the issue appeared?
    4. Have you installed any new software or drivers on this computer, before the issue appeared?
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    Thanks for posting on the HP Forums. Have a great day!
    Mario
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  • Problems installing new hard drive

    Hi
    I have a HP Pavilion DV6000 (or according the the bios DV6700) and the original hard drive is on the way out, as the machine locks up after a short while of being logged on. I ran the hard drive diagnostics from the bios and it confirmed that there was a fault with the hard drive and i should replace it. I stupidly never made any recovery disks and as the machine locks up i cannot make any recovery disks, so im going to have to do a clean install of Vista from a CD i got from work, and thats where ive hit a problem!
    I got a new 320gb SATA drive and booted up the Vista installation but it gets stuck on "unpacking files" then eventually gives up and says "Windows cannot install required files. Make sure all files required for installation are available. Error code 0x8007045d". Ive tried a couple of different discs for Vista but it still comes up with the same message. So i thought if i put XP on it, I could then maybe upgrade to Vista..... No luck there as i got a similar message when trying to put XP on. So i went out and  got another hard drive but im still having the same problems!
    Has anyone had problems with installing a new hard drive in a Pavilion laptop? Or has anyone got a suggestion how i can get Vista on to a new hard drive? Its really getting annoying now as its something so simple normally!
    Thanks in advance 

    Similar problem. Created an image on a new WD 320gb SATA HDD, then put it in my 9000 Pavillion. All worked great, except when I then tried to upgrade to WIN7 from XP, I got the same error.  Turned off all programs, used MSCONFIG to stop everything, but it kept stopping when unpacking the files. Same
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