My HP Pavilion dv5 won't boot with all leds on and blackscreen

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by BiosGoesMad, Apr 24, 2011.

  1. BiosGoesMad

    BiosGoesMad MDL Novice

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    hello everyone user on this forum i have a big problem with my hp pavilion dv5-1105el, when i put on my pc the screen stay black and all icon on keyboard are on and Caps and block number flash now i have 2 question:
    1)My pc are dead? XD
    2)I have to flash bios for recovery and ressurect my pc from death?

    If anybody have this problem and have get the solution pls help me and how i have to rename the bios file for copy this in usb drive?????
     
  2. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    Open the screen/lid a bit more maybe.
    http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-54306-hp-pavilion-has-black-screen-problem
     
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  3. BiosGoesMad

    BiosGoesMad MDL Novice

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    thx but this isn't the p0roblem i think it's probabely the bios and i don't know how rename this file i tried in .bin .rom .fd but my pc doesn't sound "Beep" pls help me with the correct rename of file bios!!!!
    HP Pavilion Dv5-1105el last bios version F38
     
  4. TTAV134

    TTAV134 MDL Expert

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    that's probably a hardware problem on the motherboard (very common, can be solved by a reflow with a hot gun)
    anyway here is the method to know the bios name: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/thr...hod.-Use-andy-s-tool-to-obtain-possible-names.
     
  5. fateh_tel

    fateh_tel MDL Novice

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    I have the same prolem but i fixed it it's the vga problem
     
  6. BiosGoesMad

    BiosGoesMad MDL Novice

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    how i can fix vga problem???
     
  7. fateh_tel

    fateh_tel MDL Novice

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    required tools: hot air station, soldering paste
    how to: juste take a part your laptop and locate your vga chip (ati or nvidia) put some soldering paste aroud it and take your hot air above it for 40sec to 1min . done
    after that juste reassembel your pc and test it.
     
  8. toothbrush

    toothbrush MDL Novice

    Jun 14, 2011
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    Same problem but

    Hello all, I'm new to the forum and I'm experiencing a similar problem. My DV5-1004nr powers on and has the LED lights but no internal or external display. I've tried reflowing the GPU to no avail. I've then decided to try another CPU and I got a display with a AMD Turion CPU. Is this problem caused by a faulty BIOS? I've heard that the correct bios must be installed/flashed to support AMD Ultra but I'm not sure. If anyone can shed some light, it will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!:eek: