Joemark canedo: what is price hp pavilion dv7-2273cl plzz give me the link online store ?
Dave Higgins: What purpose does the thermal paste serve? I don't have any. If I have to clean it off and apply new, where would I be able to obtain it? Anything around the house I could substitute?
nico_32: i have a 8gigs core i3 hp pivilion g7 and when am playing games such as assassins creed 3 it starts out super smooth then when i here the fan gets loud it gets super slow and i cant move anything in the game for a minute or two until the loudness stops or lower then game runs smooth again 20-30 sec later it starts again even when am web browsing reply if you know what happening to my loptop i think its a bit dirty or the processor is damage am confused
Marshall Flint: my hp work just fine it's been shut down for 2 or three weeks n now when i turn it on all i get is a black screen lights on laptop are all on but the fan stops i also heated the gpu and aplyed new paste
wahib barakat: how do you replace speakers on HP pavilion g7 notebook pc
Luis perez: did a cleaning on my hp dv2 laptop I took it all apart and put it back together and now it looks like the hard drive not working and the seen is not turning on
LeperMessiah1977: Great video. Perfect for my problem. But here's the rub: I have an HP Pavilion DV7 2198EO. Specs, Windows Explorer and Device Manager say it has two 320 GB hd's. I opened mine just like you did, and it is a perfect replica. I removed the hd just like you show it, but I only find ONE 320 hd. I looked through your entire video and voila: only one hd. That does not make any sense to me. Can you explain it? Does the single hd contain two physical partitions in one container? Not something I have seen before. I need to extract my hd in order to do a low level format. It is very likely it has some bad sectors. I just need to low level format the system partition. Is it better to low level format both partitions?
HampshireCarCams: Have you not heard about taking Anti-Static precautions... a simple ground strap around your wrist is the minimum you need, also a soft cloth between the laptop and table to stop the case getting scratched, and in this scenario, screws are normally referred to as fixings, anyone with a dead laptop after doing this has probably zapped a board with static.... very amateurish.
Shaga Lu: Thanks!!! brilliant!!
Krzysztof Konert: DV7 6030ew with AMD Radeon HD 6770M g.card.what should I use thermopad to the graphics card ? radeon hd6670m . translated using google translator.
Ucha: Excellent video!!! It help me a lot. Thank you very much.
Andrew Eberle: the keyboard clip holding the ribbon should never break
Janet Willett: Can you advise me of the thickness of the thermal pads used on the GPU etc.
Alan Stevens: I have this same computer and before I take it apart and test it I was wondering if you could give me an idea on whats wrong first. It was working fine until the battery got to 6% and it shut down and now wont start up. The power switch does nothing no fans no cap loc or num loc. The led on the side where its plugged in is lit saying there is power to the machine. Please help
Sarah Paz: Hello, I did all this step by step both disassembly and assembly...and cleaned out the fan. Thanks for being so straight forward and informative. However, when I turn on my laptop now, the screen is black and the entire mother board is lit up (power button, volume, etc) and the caps lock and num lock is flashing every second or so. Please advise what you may think the issue is.
Karl Berakovich: I just wanted to thank you very much for the excellent video !!! It was clear, concise, and EXTREMELY helpful ! I had taken it upon myself to clean my fan on my "ancient" but still loved Pavillion. I was so organized in labeling all of the little screws in an ice cube tray, and made illustrations for myself. What I neglected to do was to note the ORDER in which it all goes back together !! ( DUH !!) I'm 68 and cyberly challenged, but you really helped this old guy out of a mess. Good luck to you and I will be watching more of your videos and telling everyone about your excellent commentary and instructions.
Dana Ruiz: ive got a question about the HP pavilion dv7-7121nr....im having trubs replacing, actual removing the key board...anyone know any tricks...need help...thanx
Julian C: Great video Elegant!! thanks it helped a lot I Just have One quick question: so I am replacing only the fan because it has broken fanblades but "how do I know if I also should replace the heat sink, how can I tell???" Thanks
Jim Anderssén: Hello, Thanks for the great video, it helped a lot. But I got one problem. After I put everything back toghether, the computer starts up but the screen won't turn on. Do you have any advice for this kind of problem? Thanks for any answers!
HP Pavilion dv7 Heatsink Cleaning/Replacement (HD)5
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