HP/Compaq :: Rubbery Thermal Pad In Dv6575ca Notebook
Jan 1, 2010
I just finished taking apart the dv6575ca to apply new thermal paste on the gpu and cpu.
When i had it apart, i found that there was also a spot on the heatpipe/sink for a 3rd part which i believe to be the north/south bridge? The GPU and CPU's themal paste needed replacing, so i replaced with arctic silver thermal paste.
However this 3rd part was only using a rubbery pad. I have never seen a rubbery thermal pad before but with a bit of googling i found it. I could not use thermal paste instead of the pad because the pad had quite a bit of width that was filling in a gap(if i used thermal paste it would not reach the heat sink). I was not thinking and got thermal paste all over the pad. I used rubbing alcohol to clean the rubbery pad as best as possible but i am worried that the pad will not work properly now? i have the laptop running and in hardware monitor, the GPU and CPU temps are great but i do not think i can see the temp for that 3rd part. Any thoughts on if that "rubbery thermal pad" will do its job still? or should i replace it asap?
My notebook, Acer 5755G is after warranty and it's overheating. I have to clean a cooling system and change thermal paste. On the Internet I found few guides, but there people are dissembling this notebook almost completely... Do I have to do it or can I just remove a back cover to get access to cooling system?
i have a question for everyone who has removed the heatspreader from an acer 6920g. Did the northbridge made contact with the heatspreader by a thermal pad or by a thermal paste ? mine had something that looked like a thermal pad but when i tried to remove it , it tore into small pieces ( i know a thermal pad is not like that ). i used a thermal paste when i put everything back together. Should i open it up again and use a thermal pad for the northbridge ?. In everst in the sensor menu it shows 42 degrees celsius for the motherboard sensor ( i assume that is the northbridge).
Is there a way to stop the fan even in idle mode? It's driving me crazy because it's always running on full speed. I have the latest bios and the bios option "fan always on when plugged in" is disabled.
What processor options do I have with this laptop?
Can I put the Intel Core 2 Duo out of my Dell e1705 in it? I plan to upgrade my 2.0 C2D to the T7600. So I'll have an extra processor. I know someone selling one of these laptops for $350, but it comes with a celeron 1.73Ghz CPU.
My friend is having problems with her HP DV4 Notebook.
1) The keyboard goes into crazy mode every now and then. Sometimes she will press a key and it will take several seconds to appear. Other times, she will hit backspace while in Internet Explorer, and it will take her into a new tab or a whole new program. Pressing a key once, such as an r for example, will lead to 20 some r's before it stops.
2) The fan seems very loud. She says it was like this since the day she bought it. Seems excessively loud to me.
I have dv6700 which came with a s-video out and I cant thank it enough for the countless times it has come in handy. Now my friend bought her dv4t and it came with a vga-out only. I know there is a HDMI port, but we are trying to connect to a SD-TV here and that doesnt support HDMI. I bought a vga-to-rca adapter in the past to use with IBM T60 notebook and it didnt work on that. Probably that notebook inherently didnt support tv-out from that vga port. Does HP notebook have the capability to do tv-out from vga port and if yes, what do I need to connect it to a standard definition tv set?
when i hit the "zero" key, the number "zero" moves to the beggining of the line! the down button also leaves this"]". i just recieved a new keyboard and installed it thinking this was the issue. i also reformatted, reinstalled, etc..etc..
How do I find out what MB I have in my evo N800c notebook?I have looked in the bios and system info and only see the CPU info.I'm have what I believe is a viedo card problem due to the frequte shutdowns when watching videos or playing games.does this sound like a video card problem?or something else?when it shuts down the power light is on and the light down by the lacth is on but the HDD light is off.I have swicth out the memory and no change,have run the HDD testers HP's and others and the drive checks out fine.ran a memory test and it checked out fine.ran a video test and it says it fine,so....... what can be the prob?that's why I thinking replace the MB but don't know the model # and type.I do have another N800c with a smaller processor and was wondering if I could take the board out of the other one and swap processor etc.
I have a HP pavillion dv9610us Notebook which i never really have had issues with until now. As of this past week, when I close my lid and the notebook goes to sleep it is getting so friggin hot now when I come back to use it when before it never did.
I've recently started to have a problem with my HP Pavilion ZE4900 notebook. For some reason, it can't get a charge.
When the AC adapter is plugged in, an indicator light will light up to confirm that the laptop is charging. But whenever I plug the AC in, the light doesn't come on anymore. Sometimes the light will come on, only to go back off a second later. I've ruled out the AC adapter by using another one and I've ruled out the battery by taking it out and trying to power it off the AC alone. With both, I still have the same problem, which leads me to believe that it could be an internal problem.
I was looking for a sleeve for my HP HDX 16t. I have not been able to find any sleeves that are 16 inches. I can only find the 15.4" and 17" ones. Will one of those work while still being fairly snug or do you know of a 16" one?
I have a Compaq Presario V6700 Notebook, with Realtek high-def audio running OS Vista Home premium.
I purchaced in July 08 and no problems at all with it until Feb 09.
In Feb my sound stopped working from the internal speakers. I tried updating and reinstalling drivers for the sound (used correct drivers from Compaq website) and it still didn't work so I have just used the headphones in the past two months.
I am now in a situation where I need the internal speakers to work, so I have tried updating/reinstalling the drivers again and no go. After doing some more research I have tried doing a system restore to before the issue began in Feb and still no sound. I then did a complete restore back to scratch so I had a fresh new OS and STILL no sound from internal speakers.
I have clueless as to what has happened. I have sound from headphones and if I plug in external speakers they work fine too. The device manager says the device is working properly. The computer has not been dropped or taken apart.
I have two older notebooks in the house that have the exact same audio card in them as the newest notebook that I have has, namely the IDT audio card.
There seems to be one thing that different between my notebook and the two others, my notebook seems to have something called "SRS Powered Premium Sound".
So I decided to take the same software that is used on my notebook and installed it on the older notebooks thinking that this would enable the SRS on the older notebooks but that doesn't seem to be the case.
What is going on with the SRS? Is it software? Hardware? A flip of a software switch?
In order to gain CUDA support for my nvidia 8400m gs video card, I downloaded the latest notebook driver from Nvidia website directly and installed it on my HP 2500t custom order laptop recently, so far, I have experienced frequent system hang, sudden blue screen of death, lost of display and system overheating. I am considering reverting back to HP stock video which is a bit old and has no support for CUDA.
Has anybody else tried the new nvidia video driver for notebook?
I have seen my notebook (p/n GY394AV) reach 199F internal with the CPU's operating at 192F. This generally happens when I'm doing large-scale printing and dealing with large RAW images. But at idle times or when doing basic tasks such as Email and playing music It will run anywhere between 160-185F(Both CPU and internal). Is this normal? I am using Speed Fan and HWMonitor to get these numbers. I don't have any other programs running in the background.
OS NameMicrosoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Version6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 Build 6001 OS ManufacturerMicrosoft Corporation System ManufacturerHewlett-Packard System ModelCompaq Presario C700 Notebook PC System Typex64-based PC ProcessorIntel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2370 @ 1.73GHz, 1733 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s) BIOS Version/DateHewlett-Packard F.34, 9/25/2008 SMBIOS Version2.4 Boot DeviceDeviceHarddiskVolume1 LocaleUnited States Hardware Abstraction LayerVersion = "6.0.6001.18000" Time ZonePacific Standard Time Installed Physical Memory (RAM)2.00 GB Total Physical Memory1.99 GB Available Physical Memory887 MB
I bought an HP laptop for 1300 dollars a year and 3 months ago. The laptop's manufacturer warranty expired in January. So in the beginning of April my laptop died for no reason. I took it to the local Geek Squad in Jensen Beach, FL, and they reluctantly told me it was the motherboard. Now I didn't purchase the extended warranty from HP, but since the laptop is barely a year old and it just died out of nowhere, I've called HP to see if they would help me out. This is the second HP laptop which motherboard has died this year for me. My mother's laptop's motherboard died in February and they swapped hers out for free. Apparently her model qualified for a free motherboard but mine didn’t.
I've been arguing with countless customer service people, being transferred all around, getting promised to be contacted and never contacted. I've escalated my problem twice now with HP to hear from case managers and I've yet to hear from them despite their promises.
I've got the invoice from the Geek Squad to prove that it was a defective motherboard. I saw another person at the Geek Squad TODAY while picking up my laptop with the same exact problem, with an HP laptop! Why should people pay 300 dollars to make sure their laptops last more than one year? They may not be obligated to fix these problems by law but it'd be the right thing to do seeing as how it was their fault. In today’s economy I can't afford 500 dollars to fix everything when HP initially put a bad motherboard in my laptop in the first place!
And to top it all off, my hard drive ALSO fried -because- my motherboard had fried!
i have Compaq Presario C700 Notebook PC and the oporating system was vista (when i brought it) and degrade it to XP and no sound was in it i followed the steps on the page [url]and now the sound work but no input I.G. no microphone just sound.
I have an HP Elitebook 8730w with microsoft XP OS. I use the lap top to run an instrument so it is on at all times. We have turned off the powersave options, the MS updates and the time sync with the MS website and it still freezes to where Ctrl alt delete doesnt work.
I have been having a problem with my laptop, I think it may be a virus but it is not being caught by the McAfee virus scan. So there are two issues: The first is whenever I try to download and install a program or update it tells me a part was not downloaded, forcing me to stop the installing process. The other problem is when I open my "Downloads" folder is message appears "COM Surrogate has stopped working" and when I close it it pops up again and does that about 6 times.