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HP Pavilion dv7-6163us Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will help you diagnose and solve problems with the HP Pavilion dv7-6163us.
Computer Will Not Power On
The laptop will not power on or boot up when the power button is pressed.
Faulty Power Adapter
Check and see that the power adapter is plugged into the computer and the wall. Look and see that the light on top of the adapter is on. If it is not on, and the adapter is plugged in, this means the adapter is defective. You may consider purchasing a replacement adapter.
Faulty Battery Pack
If the laptop only powers on when the adapter is plugged in, independent of the charging time, this means the battery itself is damaged. Replace the battery using this guide.
Computer is Overheating
The laptop shows signs of increased temperature and becomes too hot to function.
If the laptop becomes so hot that the performance of the laptop is compromised, the cause could be a faulty fan. Replace the fan using this guide.
Accumulation of Dust
Dust and dirt has accumulated that has prevented airflow and proper cooling. Regularly clean the laptop’s case, and wipe down any vents that appear dirty.
Keyboard is Not Responding
The keys on the keyboard will not respond or appear to be broken.
Keys Get Stuck
If the key gets stuck or will not press down, there might be something below the physical key holding it in place. To fix this, [http://|use this guide] to remove the individual key and see if there is anything stuck underneath. You may need to wipe the area then snap the key back in place.
If the majority of the keys fails to respond, use this guide to replace the entire keyboard.
Computer Has An Overall Slow and Failing System
The computer won’t turn on, diagnostic beep codes occur, or random characters appearing on the screen.
If the laptop crashes during normal operation, freezes during memory tasks, makes diagnostic beep sounds, or reveals random characters on the screen, this means you have an insufficient or failing motherboard. Use this guide to replace the motherboard on your computer.
Faulty Hard Drive
There may be an error with your hard drive. This happens whenever the computer shuts off through the usage of the power button, as opposed to using the shutdown sequence through the operating system. To fix this, obtain a Windows DVD version Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8. Boot to the DVD, then click on “Repair your computer,” then “next,” then “Startup Repair.” Let it run. Your computer should boot correctly after this. If it doesn’t, you may need to replace your hard drive.
Touchpad is Not Responding
The touchpad is not responding to touch or movement.
Touchpad driver is outdated
The driver is the software in your PC that coordinates the input from your touchpad. It is possible that the software has become outdated or corrupted. The software can be downloaded and installed from HP’s website. That website can be found at this link: https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/sel...
The touchpad hardware itself may be damaged and that is why the touchpad is not responding. If the computer does not respond to any touchpad movements, the touchpad may need to be replaced. Replace the touchpad using this guide.