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현재 버전 게시자: Nick ,

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These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. What I’ve noticed as the common red flag the GPU has died is when these laptops lock up when the high level driver initializes at startup. It’s even worse if it locks up sooner because that tells you it’s so bad that it doesn’t even work right with the low level drivers. If the laptop boots up correctly, the GPU is probably okay but the internal panel or inverter is bad. It’s almost always the GPU, so don’t hope for a miracle here.
If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove both hard drives (on equipped models; HDD 1 is usually data and HDD 2 is scratch space) from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''
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+Even if you have a newer model then these 2007 DV Series systems which are absolutely known to die for no reason, the later systems after this are just as infamous due to HP’s poor cooling decisions that didn’t die with the 2007 models.

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편집자: Nick ,

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These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. What I’ve noticed as common the red flag the GPU has died is when these laptops lock up when the high level driver initializes at startup. It’s even worse if it locks up sooner because that tells you it’s so bad that it doesn’t even work right with the low level drivers. If the laptop boots up correctly, the GPU is probably okay but the internal panel or inverter is bad. It’s almost always the GPU, so don’t hope for a miracle here.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. What I’ve noticed as the common red flag the GPU has died is when these laptops lock up when the high level driver initializes at startup. It’s even worse if it locks up sooner because that tells you it’s so bad that it doesn’t even work right with the low level drivers. If the laptop boots up correctly, the GPU is probably okay but the internal panel or inverter is bad. It’s almost always the GPU, so don’t hope for a miracle here.
If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove both hard drives (on equipped models; HDD 1 is usually data and HDD 2 is scratch space) from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''

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편집자: Nick ,

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These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. What I’ve noticed as common the red flag the GPU has died is when these laptops lock up when the high level driver initializes at startup. It’s even worse if it locks up sooner because that tells you it’s so bad that it doesn’t even work right with the low level drivers. If the laptop boots up correctly, the GPU is probably okay but the internal panel or inverter is bad. It’s almost always the GPU, so don’t hope for a miracle here.
-If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove them from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''
+If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove both hard drives (on equipped models; HDD 1 is usually data and HDD 2 is scratch space) from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''

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편집자: Nick ,

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-These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did. Most of these failed in the first 2 years.
+These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. What I’ve noticed as common the red flag the GPU has died is when these laptops lock up when the high level driver initializes at startup. It’s even worse if it locks up sooner because that tells you it’s so bad that it doesn’t even work right with the low level drivers. If the laptop boots up correctly, the GPU is probably okay but the internal panel or inverter is bad. It’s almost always the GPU, so don’t hope for a miracle here.
If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove them from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''

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편집자: Nick ,

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-These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
+These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did. Most of these failed in the first 2 years.
Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove them from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''

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편집자: Nick ,

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These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
-If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again. In addition, be ready to remove the drives if it's that far gone as some are just that bad.
+If the GPU is bad but functional enough, you can boot into Safe Mode to recover the data from the dead laptop. On the other hand if the GPU is that cooked to death you will need to remove them from the laptop and see which one of the two (if a dual drive model) has your data. Once you get the data, either put the drive(s) into quality USB enclosures or destroy them if you would rather get rid of them. '''''Do not bother repairing the laptop. These are DOA and perpetually die - even repaired.'''''

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
-If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.
+If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again. In addition, be ready to remove the drives if it's that far gone as some are just that bad.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. The typical failure mode is if it locks up under any sort of load, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. However, it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. If it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU ones fall flat on their face here as the high level driver kicks in and causes it to lock up. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed. If it loads the login screen, the internal display has failed. In most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU shows up when the high level driver loads. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed in a way it's worse then usual. However, it loads the login screen normally, the internal display has failed. However, in most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor; you'll need a monitor that supports VGA or DVI (with a DVI to VGA adapter hooked up to the monitor) to see if the GPU is bad or it's a bad panel. If you get an image and it doesn't lock up (these usually lock up at the OS screen when the GPU fails) before it gets to the login screen, the screen has failed. If it locks up, then there's a problem with the GPU. More often then not it's a GPU fault with these 2007 nVidia DV systems.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor with VGA, since you'll need this to rule out the GPU. These are known to lock up under any sort of load when they fail, so what you want to do is try loading the OS normally. In my experience the bad GPU ones fall flat on their face here as the high level driver kicks in and causes it to lock up. If it locks up before it gets to the login screen, the GPU has failed. If it loads the login screen, the internal display has failed. In most cases, it's caused by the GPU.
If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.
-Hook the laptop up to an external monitor; you'll need a monitor that supports VGA or DVI (with a DVI to VGA adapter hooked up to the monitor) to see if the GPU is bad or it's a bad panel. If you get an image and it doesn't lock up (these usually lock up at the OS screen when the GPU fails) before it gets to the login screen, the screen has failed. If it locks up, then there's a problem with the GPU.
+Hook the laptop up to an external monitor; you'll need a monitor that supports VGA or DVI (with a DVI to VGA adapter hooked up to the monitor) to see if the GPU is bad or it's a bad panel. If you get an image and it doesn't lock up (these usually lock up at the OS screen when the GPU fails) before it gets to the login screen, the screen has failed. If it locks up, then there's a problem with the GPU. More often then not it's a GPU fault with these 2007 nVidia DV systems.
If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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These laptops are known for GPU failure, as are many laptops from this time period; I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did.

Hook the laptop up to an external monitor; you'll need a monitor that supports VGA or DVI (with a DVI to VGA adapter hooked up to the monitor) to see if the GPU is bad or it's a bad panel. If you get an image and it doesn't lock up (these usually lock up at the OS screen when the GPU fails) before it gets to the login screen, the screen has failed. If it locks up, then there's a problem with the GPU.

If the GPU is bad, you can boot into Safe Mode for data recovery purposes most of the time. Copy the data off of the laptop and then wipe or destroy the hard drives. Do not bother repairing this, since the problem cannot be repaired. Repairs will work, but it will always die again.

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