Thread: HP Pavilion dv5
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Old 13th March, 2010, 09:47 AM
CoreyX64 CoreyX64 is offline
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Originally Posted by chrisbard View Post
Well I could not bring it back to life. After searching the web it appears that has nothing to do with a "user" fault. From now on I will tell my friends/customers to stay away from HP !
It IS possible to repair it. The tech guy at my local laptop repair shop managed to fix 2 of these (a dv7 and a dv5 simply by swapping out processors.)

Yes this is most certainly not a user fault and seems to be a CPU failure. Not sure how much you tinkered with changing the CPU but from what ive heard HP has been sending out some defective chips from the factory.....eek. My tech guy proved that to be true.
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