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In the following guide I explain how to disassemble HP Pavilion dv, dv, dv, dv notebooks. Disconnect two antenna cables black and gray from the wireless card. Remove two screws securing the wireless card to the motherboard. Remove the wireless card. There are two cables connected to the motherboard. Now, dixassembly the power button cover separated from the top cover, you can remove the keyboard as it shown on the picture below.

For more detailed keyboard removal instructions please follow this guide dv laptop. Pull both wireless card antenna cables through the opening in the top cover. Unroute both antenna cables. Start separating the plastic cover from the notebook base.

How to disassemble HP Pavilion dv, dv, dv, dv – Inside my laptop

If the power paviluon fails, you can desolder it from the board and replace with a new one or replace the entire power connector board. Thank you for posting this tutorial, I hope i will manage to change the CPU without any problems following this instructions. The power connector on my dv has stopped working. What are the steps to replace the power connector board? Do i disaesembly to unassemble all the way to reach the power connector board?

The power connector board located under the top cover. Either replugging it to make it detect new, replacing it if possible, or getting an external sound card. Hi, the fan on my dv seems to be running slow and the temperatures are high.

Can you tell me how to clean the fan from inside? I can dis-assemble the laptop. I dont want to touch the processor as I dont have thermal gel.

I dont have compressed air, I will use a q-Tip. Then I procedded to force boot the laptop because it would keep rebooting itself always trying to read something from said port. Sometimes it took me up to three tries so the laptop started.

I stumbled here googling how to dissemble my laptop, thinking that if I somehow disconnected the port it would work again. I read it all and before dissasembling pqvilion laptop decided to consult a tech first.

Any comments will be greatly appreciated. Maybe you are confusing it with a hard drive LED? I guess there could be a problem with the hard drive and the LED is on all the time because the laptop is trying access the hard drive. The SD card slot is soldered to the motherboard. I would really suggest using canned air or air compressor.


You can remove the keyboard and the bezel and get access to the fan as it shown in the step I own a dv and no, the sd card port its on the left side of the laptop. And I am not confusing the hdd led with the port led. Yes, I believe the sound chip is soldered to the motherboard. Even though the sound control board volume wheel and audio jacks is a separate unit, I believe the main sound circuit is located on the motherboard and replacing or reconnecting the sound control board will not help.

Great step paviljon step directions. Changed a motherboard in less than an hour. I have an HP Pavilion dv, among several problems like my battery not working from the first day, to my screen having 6 or so lines that always show one color. It worked at one point but now when I place a dvd in the drive nothing lavilion.

If this does not happen then the dvd or installation disk just disaassembly inside and the drive makes some constant whining noise every 10 seconds until I eject the disk in frustration. I have a sticker stuck on my cooling fan of my hp Pavilion dv I am having problems getting to the cooling fan and removing it.

Can please help me? My Hp dv just stopped working one dv670. It cut off when I was in the middle of doing something. When you press the ON button it comes on for less than 5 seconds and it cuts back off. Can you please help me diagnose what it would be and how I can fix the problem??? Can you please help me diagnose what it would be and how I can fix the problem?

First of all, diszssembly the AC adapter. Find out if the adapter outputs correct voltage. Thanks for great diagrams.

Any suggestions for that? Do you think I am right in hoping that removing and resetting the RAM cards and hard drive I might help my computer work?

I never saw any reference to cisassembly X drive before pavilino mess. I removed and reset the RAM cards and hard drive and nothing improved. Any suggestions on previously posted problem? I would test the hard drive. Enter the BIOS setup menu and search for the hard drive testing utility. Not sure about regular retail models. Dv600 a look in the BIOS for the hard drive testing utility and run it.

I have then installed Windows 7 an since then I could not get my sound to work. Everything looks like its working. The green bar on the sound jumps up and down when music is playing but no sound coming from the speakers or earphones. I have found a trick to getting it start by wrapping it in a heavy towel or blanket and just letting it run. After about 30 minutes it usually starts. Another issue is with logonIU. Any suggestions on what it could be and how to fix it.


And Paviloon also have learned that the DV has a heating issue. HP put some cheap motherboards in these laptops and once they get heated, the cpu gets unseated. Bad thermo paste use I think. This can be fixed by using a blowdryer, or heatgun and a couple of peenies.

Can you tell me if there are any good pavilipn motherboards for the dv? I would really like to get rid of dg6700 one currently in the laptop. I have same problem as Carla. I took the HD out and it ran great with my desktop. None of the setting in the BIOS was incorrect. What else could be the problem? I am currently opening the laptop up looking for any obvious broken hardware. Did you check both memory modules? Maybe one of the modules popped up from the slot.

You can search for a new motherboard by the part number which could be found on a sticker in the memory compartment. Find the part number and google it.

How to disassemble HP Pavilion dv6500, dv6600, dv6700, dv6800

If I forgot to connect the audio board shown in the step 22 like you suggested, will this cause my onboard speakers not to work? Not sure about that. I just looked at the yp service manual for dv Maybe you forgot to plug the speakers? Take a look here: Make sure both cables shown in the step 9 are connected to the motherboard. Also, check all cables shown in the step 10 not just one pointed by the yellow arrow.

Make sure all cables are properly connected. Thanks for the effort but my sound still doesnt work. I checked all caples in the steps above and everything looks fine. I think it might be a software or windows problem. I have an HP dv, and 2 days ago stopped working. It seems like a video card issue.

The monitor show a lot of artifacts, strange numbers cv6700 letters, also on the bios screens. I post you a photo of the Boot menu pressing esc at the very beginning of the boot, so I can take a photo: Could the video card be broken or whatelse?