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Jime234

Hello guys,

 

My old Compaq Presario V2000 is not powering on at all.

can you help me out  please?

 

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SPECTRUM

that model is one of the know models that fails with integrated video chip due high temperature, and the only way to fix that is doing reflow or reballing.

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Jime234
16 minutes ago, SPECTRUM said:

that model is one of the know models that fails with integrated video chip due high temperature, and the only way to fix that is doing reflow or reballing.

means it no good ?

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neofita
1 hour ago, Jime234 said:

My old Compaq Presario V2000 is not powering on at all.

 

please sir, be more specific

no beeps, no screen, no flash lights?

if so, probably an hardware failure

 

 

regards

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DonyMach1
1 hour ago, Jime234 said:

My old Compaq Presario V2000 is not powering on at all.

can you help me out  please?

 

Hey m8 if your lucky it could be your battery had similar issue sometime ago ditch it and try power up again goodluck

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Jime234
21 hours ago, neofita said:

 

please sir, be more specific

no beeps, no screen, no flash lights?

if so, probably an hardware failure

 

 

regards

yes Sir.. nothing atall .. so maybe its a gonner

I disassembled and serviced it.. but did not find anything fried in there...

21 hours ago, DonyMach1 said:

 

Hey m8 if your lucky it could be your battery had similar issue sometime ago ditch it and try power up again goodluck

Sir, I tried it but same...

I believe its one of those laptops who wont start without a battery !

not lucky

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Whoopenstein

Is it possible that the power jack on the laptop is broken? The battery could be totally drained and using the power adapter won't work if it can't feed the motherboard. It's a pretty common problem.

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Jime234
21 hours ago, Whoopenstein said:

Is it possible that the power jack on the laptop is broken? The battery could be totally drained and using the power adapter won't work if it can't feed the motherboard. It's a pretty common problem.

it can be that too , ya

do you know how to test it ?

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neofita
41 minutes ago, Jime234 said:

it can be that too , ya

do you know how to test it ?

 

you have to measure the voltage at the end of the power cord with a tester

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Whoopenstein
Posted (edited)

I'm talking about the power jack inside the case This one looks like it's soldered to the board. It could have a cracked solder joint or the center pin is cracked in the back. Google "Compaq Presario V2000 power jack" You can find replacements for sale and I saw at least one youtube video on how to replace.Before replacing, Look very carefully with a magnifier for cracked solder. The center pin in the back (photo on right) is usually where the solder breaks. If you find a crack - get someone that can solder and have them try to fix before replacing the whole thing. Yeah, the power adapter could be bad too - try another adapter.

 

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Jime234
4 hours ago, Whoopenstein said:

I'm talking about the power jack inside the case This one looks like it's soldered to the board. It could have a cracked solder joint or the center pin is cracked in the back. Google "Compaq Presario V2000 power jack" You can find replacements for sale and I saw at least one youtube video on how to replace.Before replacing, Look very carefully with a magnifier for cracked solder. The center pin in the back (photo on right) is usually where the solder breaks. If you find a crack - get someone that can solder and have them try to fix before replacing the whole thing. Yeah, the power adapter could be bad too - try another adapter.

 

PJ011dc%2520jack(2.5mm).jpg&sp=56a99025c

The adapter has a light, and it turns ON

hope fully its just the jack broken..

TYSM for the help, Time to start my little project ... Hope I find all the stuff on ebay...

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Jime234

Finally I got it repaired.

Now the thing is the ESET SS keeps showing an annoying notification

Spoiler

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Which IPs I have to block or what do i have to do to stop this annoying notification from showing up again & again ?

And, I installed Ad guard, but it keeps closing it self  : (

And Simplednscrypt is not supported : ( 

Sir, @dcs18 Help !

 

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Israeli_Eagle
8 hours ago, Jime234 said:

Finally I got it repaired.

Now the thing is the ESET SS keeps showing an annoying notification

  Hide contents

917445786_ESETrnnt.JPG.30d991bef1ea6af6428f77beff5b29ca.JPG

Which IPs I have to block or what do i have to do to stop this annoying notification from showing up again & again ?

And, I installed Ad guard, but it keeps closing it self  : (

And Simplednscrypt is not supported : ( 

Sir, @dcs18 Help !

 

 

You need an update and any AV is useless without database updates daily, so better never block it.

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Jime234
7 hours ago, Israeli_Eagle said:

 

You need an update and any AV is useless without database updates daily, so better never block it.

Sir,

 

The database updates  are up to date. Its just that the  product version is old as its an older system.

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