HP Pavilion dv2000 Troubleshooting

The computer doesn't start ¶ 

I have the charger plugged in and I'm pressing the power button, but the computer still won't start.

Short circuit ¶ 

Try to wiggle the power button around, you may have accidentally pushed it into a shorted position.

Too much information in memory ¶ 

You may need to reset the connection between BIOS and the hardware try performing a hard reset on your computer. You can do this by removing the battery, power adapter and pressing on the power button for a minute. Reattach the power adapter and then the battery and try to start it.

Drained/dead battery ¶ 

If your charger is plugged in and the computer still will not turn on your battery may need to be replaced.

The computer restarts without command after extended use ¶ 

When I use my computer for a long time, it restarts without any warning.

Overheating ¶ 

Make sure your air vents are clean and unobstructed and your fan is working properly, your computer may be overheating.

Too much information in memory ¶ 

You may need to reset the connection between BIOS and the hardware try performing a hard reset on your computer. You can do this by removing the battery, power adapter and pressing on the power button for a minute. Reattach the power adapter and then the battery and try to start it.

Bad logic board ¶ 

If your computer immediately turns off, after being turned on then it is likely you have a faulty logic board.

There is no sound coming from the speakers ¶ 

I'm not getting any sound coming from my speakers.

Update the audio driver ¶ 

If you've recently upgraded to the Windows 8 or you're experiencing the problem in a software program, then you may need to update your audio driver.

Bad logic board ¶ 

Try to do a recovery, if the problem persists then it's most likely the logic board.

I hear a high pitched buzzing sound ¶ 

My computer is making a high pitched buzzing/humming sound while it's running.

Change Power Configuration ¶ 

You may need to change your power scheme, this is because the capacitors in your PC may be resonating at your current power setting causing them to produce an audible sound.

You can adjust the power settings by going through Start > Control Panel > Power Options. Settings like "Portable/Laptop" and "Max Battery" should solve your problem.

I keep getting this error: "HP MediaSmart TV Resident Program has stopped working" ¶ 

I get this "HP MediaSmart TV error after I restart my computer."

Update HP MediaSmart TV software ¶ 

There may be a newer version of HP MediaSmart TV software, so if you haven't updated the software you need to do so.

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No display.technician says graphics card damaged.replace?please advise

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