Replace my screen from damage. HP Pavilion dv4 14 ''
How it will be difficult to replace my screen damaged myself. Pavilion dv4 S/N [number of Series edited by Moderator] P/N LW194UA #ABA
How to replace the screen on laptop HP Pavilion dv4-2165dx
This youtube video is useful:
Where do you live (country)? We can help you find a replacement screen at a good price.
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The screen of my iphone is not working, I can't see anything init, but it works ok, if I remember had to touch, how do I import pictures into my PC?
It is my understanding that Apple iPhones requires that you use iTunes to transfer photos. But the good news is that, all the stuff you need to see will be on the computer screen.
I need the part number to replace the screen of my hp Pavilion
Model # 17 - g113dx
I need to buy the cheapest please help if I replace my car
Thanks in advance
Welcome to the HP support community!
I see you need the part number to replace the screen of your HP Pavilion Notebook g113dx 17. The room is 809313-001, I am technical support only, not price. If you are looking for the part number it will help you to find the price.
I hope this helps.
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I am trying to replace the keyboard on my laptop Pavilion DV4-1548. Any help would be appreciated.
Please see if this dv4 repair works for your specific model.
R & R procedures can be found in Chapter 4.
Part # s are listed in Chapter 3 If you do not have another keyboard.
My laptop had a rash of engine and crashed about 4-1/2 feet, trying to fly across the room and cracked the screen leaving only about 25% visible. I found the replacement online screen, but I can't find instructions on how to proceed. Someone at - it experience with or have knowledge of a link that can see the / tell me how to replace the screen? Thank you very much...
This video explains well enough:
I've done several times, and it's actually one of the easiest elements of laptop repair on most models. You can also have the Manual:
The dv4 is slightly harder than most, because you have to remove the entire screen set in the place where the hinges connect to the main part of the laptop to get to the screen itself. If the video is not 100% reliable for you. It shows the method easier to simply remove the front plastic, which applies to most laptops, but not the dv4, but much of the video is useful.
Can someone give me a step by step procedure replacing the screen Flex cable connection without disassembling the entire computer
Thanks for the manual, I am waiting for cable to arrive. This whole process can finish by the enemy who me to try to replace the cable. I can finish with new computer
You are the very welcome. You need to update with the results.
Have a great day.
I have a HP Pavilion dv4-2145 dx laptop with Windows 7. After pressing the button "on", the logo operation windows says its "recovery" windows, but a black screen titled "Windows Resume Loader" appears with the following message:
The last attempt to resume the system from its previous location failed. Attempt to resume again?
With the 2 following options:
1. continue with system summary, (which does not work and I end up with the resumption of the "Windows" followed a blank black screen...)
2 Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu (I haven't ' truei stops because I wasn't sure what that meant)
But I managed to go to the reviews section diagnostic systems and it seems that he pass all 5 of the test, including hard drive and memory, poster, etc. So I don't know what the problem...
Thank you very much!
I think that in this case, you will have to choose the second option - "Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu" and see if that fixes the problem. If all etc. documents you had open before hibernation were saved, then you should not lose anything. If there are unsaved changes (for example if you have added to a document), the file will be to the point that his last record and you lose additional data.
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Having formerly operating Pavilion dv4-2045dx a friend. When turned on, no screen activity is displayed. Hard diving turns upward, but not for very long, so it doesn't seem as if Windows is actually behind the empty screen loading. I tried to connect a monitor to the display port, but nothing appears on the external monitor or integrated display. The command has been removed and the data seems to be intact.
I guess the screen is dead and with it the computer. Any suggestions before I tell him, is it time for a new laptop?
Physically, you need to open the case and look at the type of processor before ordering a new. I'm not sure of the dv4 on top of my head, but some use laptops that are welded on the processors and you should replace the whole Board. In addition, with processors, you might be able to get more life out of it by scraping of old thermal compound on the CPU and the heat sink and thermal paste new application.
A screen 14 '' from a HP PAVILION DM4-2165DX 14.0 WXGA HD worthy fits into my 2102e0 DM4?
Because my broken screen, and I want to buy a new screen to replace the former screen.
The screen I think to buy: http://www.ebay.com/itm/LAPTOP-LCD-SCREEN-FOR-HP-PAVILION-DM4-2165DX-14-0-WXGA-HD-/370981399587?pt=U...
Thanks in advance.
I'll give the same advice I always give. Remove the screen first and then looking for a replacement. You will tap into a wider pool of parts suppliers and you will be also sure to 100% compatibility. Order based on the machine screen part number not the model number of the laptop. You have to remove the screen eventually anyway. If you need help to remove the old screen let us know.
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I need to replace the screen on my laptop. I cracked it and two or so inches on the right side are all white with a few colored lines from top to bottom, with the exception of a few places where it is only black.
Can someone tell me what kind of screen, I need? There is a little that I found on Amazon, but I don't know if any screen for a g6 Pavilion would be compatible.
According to assistant decision-making in charge:
Name of the product - HP Pavilion Notebook PC g6
Product number - A6Y41UA #ABA
Thanks in advance!
Support are in the parts of your laptop:
641663-001 -SPS-PANEL GROSS 15.6 HD BV LED SVA
639516-001 15.6-inch high definition Bright View display panel - AMT/PWT
I just updated the firmwire to the bios of my computer hp pavilion dv4-2165dx laptop and my battery display is consider replacying your battery, bur the information would rather avoid if doesn't happen. How can I turn off?
TITLE: HP Notebook System BIOS Update (Intel processors)
VERSION: F.0F REV:
This package provides an update the system BIOS. The update is installed on models of laptops using a supported Microsoft Windows Operating System. A reboot is required to complete the installation
SoftPaq NUMBER: SP51636
ENTRY INTO force: 16 January 2011
SSM SUPPORTED: YES
S/O SUPPORTED DEVICES:
1 updates to BIOS to solve the problem that HPSA version 5.0 will signal the battery check battery
HOW TO USE:
1. download the file by clicking on the button 'Download' or 'Get software' and save the file to a folder on your hard drive (make a note of the folder where the downloaded file is saved).
2. double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
Welcome to the HP Forums! I hope you enjoy your stay!
I understand that the computer asks you to replace your battery. I apologize for the late reply, but I will do my best to shed light on that!
This error message could be a mistake. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a document with the steps to solve this problem. If you follow these steps, it should cause the error to disappear if it is not true. You can find this document here: you may receive a warning message "Consider replacing your battery" properly on some old HP laptop running Windows 7
I think that these steps wil solve the issue. Whatever it is, please provide your results. Thanks for choosing the HP Forums. Have a great day!
How can I replace my HP Pavilion dv4-1106em Entertainment Notebook PC cooling fan, I need to know how to disassemble the front rear of my aforementioned laptop please
The following manual will shows you how, especially from page 114 for cooling fan:
My HP Pavilion DV4 at startup screen 'black '. It normally happens with all audio prompts password and subsequently entry, audio acceptance... password screen but 'black '. This problem is intermittent, but happens on a basis more common. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Peace
Screen is black from the beginning. Hooked up a monitor to laptop and everything's fine. Appears to be a screen, a problem of connection or link screen. Thanks for the input. Peace
The disk hard origianal in this Pavilion dv4-1430us makes mechanical noises, so I will try to replace it with a new one. I checked the owner's manual supplied with the dv4-1430us, and it gives these instructions (here condensed): 1) remove the power cord and disconnect the battery, 2) remove the hd plastic cover, 3) remove three screws of hard drive now the hd casing in place and 4) pull hard hd tab to the left then go out.
The problems are: A) there is no hard drive to draw labels, and B) after you remove the three screws, can't do the hd if I push on it to move to the right or remove it from the left. I don't want to use tools like screwdriver large flat blade or bars of little Crow because it seems like that would probably break something. Does anyone know how to remove the hard drive of this particular model without breaking something?
Thanks for a very detailed and quick response. It turns out the indications that I read in the manual, your statements and mine were all in line to exert a force on the hard drive in the direction indicated by the red arrow on your image. (A picture is worth a thousand words and your supplied photo clarity that my summary of instructional text has not.) I decided to take a picture of the entire hard drive in my dv4-1430us (see below) to show that there is no close tab Mylar pull, as there is on the photo you condition. (The same gray metal tab that appears in your photo, but no mylar tab).
Apparently my dv4-1430us had some differences at its Assembly of HD compared to yours. As you can see, the structural elements that surround the HD are very similar to those of your photo, but there is no narrow mylar like in your photo tag. There is a dark mylar or similar film plastic on top of my HD, and there is a triangle of silver color at the bottom right of this film that points in the same direction as your red arrow. I tried lifting up the end of this film, mylar and pulling that direction (to the right in this picture), but a part of it (in the upper right corner of this photo) began to tear. As the film seems to only be glued on the top edge of the caddy HD (also called frame or cage in some articles), I doubted that the show was strong enough to eliminate the stress of a closed winching. A comrade who has put a video on YouTube showing this procedure also indicated that he had torn this layer of film when he first attempted to remove the HD. Because I assume that the dark film has a purpose (static protection?) I gave up shooting at the right edge of the film.
However the consistency of the instructions in the manual, the instructions on this YouTube video and instructions in your answer on the direction in which the Assembly needed to move HD gave me the courage to put a force pushing the HD in the direction of your red arrow. To do this, I placed the tip of a flat blade screwdriver large (blade about 5/16 "wide) at the points indicated at the ends of the two yellow arrows in my picture. In these positions, the blade of screwdriver pushed against the HD box and not the hard drive itself. Each of these two places, I gave him some very closed but controlled scrimmages, and HD finally moved in the direction of your red arrow as it is supposed to. I then lifted all of the HD and replaced the HD without incident.
The action drag the new HD in place was much easier that it was removing the original HD for the first time. It was perhaps because of some hard rubber padding that has been placed on each side of the original HD assembly that makes for a very tight fit.
I hope that this description is useful for others who do not have used mylar tab in their computers laptops dv4 and those whose HD assemblies are very tight in. Thanks again for your quick response that gave me enough comfort to move forward.
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