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kashifkhan1 | laptopsinpakistan101

hp pavillion dv6000 battery not charging

Oct 24th 2012 at 7:04 AM

1) Turning off the laptop.

2) Remove the battery and AC adapter dv6000

3) Wait a few minutes.

4) Put back in and then plug back in battery.

5) Check the charger light (blue light comes forward) again.


If not try again.


When the charger is lit, turn laptop and check for charging.


This had to be done for me off with a laptop buy hp pavilion .


Even if it is fixed and dv6000 battery charged, remove the battery pack after it shut down

it seems to not discharged more than it should for idleness!


The correct solution is not a HP notebook computer. I have to work for. Traveling with a computer for almost 20 years I've done a lot of different brands of computers. I've never had a battery last for only 1 year until now. And to add insult to this computer. Almost exclusively by my wife, who only does it take to get their business and home use does not, in a plane It was also taken care of. I called HP - no influence to go to the aid of them. Check for latest updates and price laptops in Pakistan


My solution - no more HP computers for my family and I can not recommend their brand of laptop. This will be replaced within the next 12 months.


Two possible problems for this DC jack output


1: one side of the DC ground is conntected to the rest of the system, so that no circuit is completed, the charging section.


Charging circuit topic


2: bad power controller chip (MAXIM IC) or zener diode in this circuit, a bad


Anyone with a hp dv6000 series, with certain technical difficulties have to go to HP page and search for extended service warranty to see if your system qualifies. I had a problem with my wireless drivers and all I had was, first turn your system off completely, then remove the battery, then remove the middle cover (underneath Lap Top) and then remove the wireless map. (You see, it is connected to two small cables) remove the cables and the small screws and remove the card and then reinserted the card and close the cover-do remember where the two cables go-. Then click on your system, do-not even the battery and go to Control Panel / Device Manager / Look for control adapter, and see if you can find your LAN card once it is again the battery. If you do not then do not contact HP they will repair it for free, even if the warranty expired. They will pick up even postage!.


If you have HP Pavilion dv6000 with a battery that is not charging still lights up when plugged in, remove turn off the laptop and the battery and wait about 30 seconds, insert it again and again, saying the charging update should , plugged in, charging.


Avoid a word of warning, send it to HP, if you can, as once serviced the warranty is in 90 days ... HP basically trying his bad hardware that make them susceptible to overheating for a BIOS update, the fans run continuously at a low level patch ... rather than focusing on and running noisey when the CPU is a hoot.


Ultimately, the hardware is defective, and most of these machines will probably total failure in 2 years ... if your using Windows Vista and not MCE 2005 the failure rate will be higher than Vista is more graphics intensive.


if it's still under warranty you can use an online hp tech Chat Who will check it out over the Internet and send you a replacement free of charge. the hp dv 6000 laptops have a recall on some issues, and there is a BIOS update to fix the problem before it happens, but it does not correct for the fact the recall on specific problems the warranty to 24 months ( should you page to the warranty


Basically, remove the laptop and then turn the power adapter. Remove the battery, perhaps wait a minute. Then put the battery back in and plug then plug the power adapter. Then you should use the charger light indicates the battery is charging come. Maybe wait a few minutes before turning on the laptop to confirm that the battery is charged, in fact. The problem seems (not sure where, if the software drivers, etc.) in the logic, if the laptop is turned on, it will not be a charge. But with the laptop, plugging off in a battery after it has been removed - it works with a simpler loading system that does not use the computer, the main CPU.


Also, second, it is clear discharge with my 6000, the battery can all the way, after some time, when, even though they had 50% or more powered say! This is far beyond the normal battery idle loss over time and I suspect the laptop has in some ways turned down the battery. So I always remove the battery after I have turned on the laptop, and since then I have no battery problems!


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