Robert Peeples HP DV6423OM System Repair on CNF723042B

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Robert,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV6423OM with the serialization of CNF723042B

Now, with the HP DV6423OM with the serialization of CNF723042B has been evaluated, repaired, and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 443775-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

No power adapter was found within the box. A note requesting a power supply was left within the box.

No hard drive was found within your system or box. In this case, you will need to follow the directions below to finalize a successful repair.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied once the system is repaired.. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img

Your system was shipped without a prepaid Fedex label or account for return shipping. The system will be shipped back using Fedex COD. A check was cashed covering the repair charges.

Marc Eli HP DV6305US System Repair on CNF7190KT8

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Marc,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV6305US with the serialization of CNF7190KT8

Now, with the HP DV6305US with the serialization of CNF7190KT8 has been evaluated, repaired, and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 443775-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

A power adapter was left with your system.

A hard drive was found within your system or box. You will not need to follow the directions below to finalize a successful repair.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied once the system is repaired.. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img

Your system was shipped without a prepaid Fedex label or account for return shipping. Payment will be made upon pickup from the store location.

UPDATE: ANOTHER eBAY SELLER WITH A COPPER SHIM REPAIR FAILURE!!!!!

I have stated time and time again to my users why I do not use copper shims. This is a prime, grade A example of what can, will, and does happen with copper shims.

This laptop came in from an owner whom brought their laptop to me from Dalton, Georgia. A copper shim was placed on his system from a laptop repair center from the United States that he used off of eBay. I am not naming names of the offending company, but I will post the pictures.

DO NOT USE COPPER SHIMS! As the pictures display, this copper shim damaged the system. In previous examples the system displayed a damaged and cracked chipset. This system displayed a overloaded capacitor issue. This happens when the power coming in the system is modified due to the chipset not failing due to the copper shim. In short, the copper shim does not let the chipset overhead or fail then the power just amps up and causes a system failure.

This failure occured within the MosFET area labeled AO4407 and a three capacitor cluster. This failure is unrepairable due to the planing within the layers in the motherboard.

If you need your laptop fixed, check this link: http://doubleclickittofixit.com/pricing/laptop-bga-reflow/

Zoheb Gilani of PCEMT247.com HP System Repairs on Multiple Systems

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Zoheb of PCEMT247.com,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP G60-445DX with the serialization of 2CE9243DCL
HP DV6449US with the serialization of CNF7253KG1
HP DV9500 with the serialization of CNF72969K4
HP DV9035NR with the serialization of CNF6453QDW
HP DV6000 with the serialization of CNF6412ZYN
HP DV4-1225DX with the serialization of CND90310JY

Now, with the HP G60-445DX with the serialization of 2CE9243DCL has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 498460-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce MCP77MV-A2 chipset.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

Now, with the HP DV6449US with the serialization of CNF7253KG1 has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 443775-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets. The DVD-RAM drive and memory also tested damaged. These damaged parts kept the system from booting post reflow rework properly and will need to be removed, replaced, or exchanged to achieve a properly booting system.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

Now, with the HP DV9500 with the serialization of CNF72969K4 has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 447983-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce G86-730-A2, Intel SL8YB, and Intel SL8Z4 chipsets. The LCD, hinge, and bezel also appeared and tested damaged. These damaged parts kept the system from booting post reflow rework properly and will need to be removed, replaced, or exchanged to achieve a properly booting system.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

Now, with the HP DV9035NR with the serialization of CNF6453QDW has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 434659-001. The system required a reflow on Nvidia GeForce G86-730-A2, Intel SL8YB, and Intel SL8Z4 chipsets. The processor, RAM sticks, and power button ribbon also appeared and tested damaged. These damaged parts kept the system from booting post reflow rework properly and will need to be removed, replaced, or exchanged to achieve a properly booting system.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

Now, with the HP DV6000 with the serialization of CNF6412ZYN has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 436449-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets. The media button bar and ribbon, keyboard, operating system, and CPU fan also appeared and tested damaged. These damaged parts kept the system from booting post reflow rework properly and will need to be removed, replaced, or exchanged to achieve a properly booting system.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

Now, with the HP DV4-1225DX with the serialization of CND90310JY has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 511858-001. The system required a reflow on the AMD IGP Radeon 0912 216-067402A and AMD IGP 21857EBLA12FG chipsets. The RAM sticks also tested damaged. These damaged parts kept the system from booting post reflow rework properly and will need to be removed, replaced, or exchanged to achieve a properly booting system.

No power adapter was found within the box with this system.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com, ATI.com, and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img if any are to be viewed.

Your system was shipped without a prepaid Fedex label or account for return shipping. In light of our facility shipping your HP G60-445DX in good faith and to help you meet a customer deadline without payment, you have one option to make payment and have your system shipped back. Payment can be made by COD when the Fedex truck delivers your package. The service requested was a reflow in the amount of $100 per system which totals six systems plus shipping which is estimated at $29.75 by Fedex with an additional $15.00 for Fedex to pickup your package and handle it from our office. When you pay by COD, your shipping will be included in the amount plus a COD handling fee determined by Fedex based on the payment choice they accept from you. These fees range from $5 to $25, and are solely determined by Fedex and Fedex alone. I have no decision in how they request payment from you. There is no way to halt this shipment on our end since by the time you receive this email our facility has already packaged, delivered, and Fedex is transporting your equipment.

You have 30 days to make this payment from the time the package is delivered the first time.

Cornelio in Dalton, GA HP DV6629WM System Repair on CNF747218LBDV6629WM

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Cornelio,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV6629WM with the serialization of CNF747218LB

Now, with the HP DV6500 with the serialization of CNF747218LB has been reflowed and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 449903-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce MCP67M-A2 chipset.

A power adapter was found with this system.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com, ATI.com, and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img if any are to be viewed.

Payment will be recovered at the time of delivery in person.

Gordon Shar HP DV9225US System Repair on CNF6523F97

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Gordon,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV9225US with the serialization of CNF6523F97

Now, with the HP DV9225US with the serialization of CNF6523F97 has been reflowed and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare *****-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

A power adapter was found with this system.

The system also displayed a damaged MOSfet located at the power in cycling area. The damaged component was labeled AO4407 and was located on PQ1. PL11 was damaged on both sides, positive and negative, and was replaced accordingly. PD3 tested good, and was not changed.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com, ATI.com, and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img if any are to be viewed.

Payment will be recovered by way of Fedex COD.

Shantelle Polk HP DV6408NR System Repair on CNF7272MC2

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Shantelle,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV6408NR with the serialization of CNF7272MC2

Now, with the HP DV6408NR with the serialization of CNF7272MC2 has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 443775-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

No power adapter was found within the box.

Your system displayed a typical penny fix copper shimming repair. The previous repair was performed with a copper shim. This copper shim was disposed of by us. Please read our link here for a better explanation of why copper shims are not used by our repair facility: http://doubleclickittofixit.com/update-this-is-why-you-do-not-use-copper-shims/

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img

Your system was shipped without a prepaid Fedex label or account for return shipping. You have two options to make payment and have your system shipped back. Payment can be made by check or money order delivered to our shop or you can pay by COD when the Fedex truck delivers your package. The service requested was a reflow in the amount of $125 plus shipping which is estimated at $16.38. Your total check should be for the amount of $141.38. If you pay by COD, your shipping will be included in the amount plus a COD handling fee determined by Fedex based on the payment choice they accept from you. These fees range from $5 to $25, and are solely determined by Fedex and Fedex alone. You have 30 days to make this payment from the time this email is sent. Payment can be delivered to our new office at the above address if you are mailing a check.

If you have a laptop that requires a reflow, and you would like to receive a service purchasing options are listed below.











Dennis Dodd HP DV2200US System Repair on 2CE7174DPJ

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
7472 Nashville Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Dennis,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV2200US with the serialization of 2CE7174DPJ

Now, with the HP DV2200US with the serialization of 2CE7174DPJ has been reflowed. The system is labeled HP Spare 440768-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

A power adapter was found within the box with this system.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com, ATI.com, and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-hints/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img if any are to be viewed.

Your system was shipped with a prepaid Fedex label or account for return shipping. A check for $125.00 was also enclosed with your shipment.

Gabriel Johnson HP DV9074CL System Repair on CNF6381VK7

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
954 Sagamore Drive
Tunnel Hill, GA 30755
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Gabriel,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV9074CL with the serialization of CNF6381VK7

As agreed your system is billed at $125.00 per system.

Now, with the HP DV9074CL with the serialization of CNF6381VK7 has been repaired and is ready for return. The system board is labeled 460901-001.

Now, with the HP DV9074CL with the serialization of has been repaired and is ready for return. The system required a reflow on both the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and the Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipset.

Upon rebuild, your system displayed proper booting, and requires an Operating system reinstall.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-tips/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img

Payment has not been received for the system for the reflow service. Currently, your system requires a payment for the reflow and shipping. I am sending the system board back by FedEx requesting a COD payment.

If you have a laptop that requires a reflow, and you would like to receive a service purchasing options are listed below.











Larry in Dalton, GA HP DV9205US System Repair on CNF6523MPY

James Howell
DoubleClickItToFixIt.com
954 Sagamore Drive
Tunnel Hill, GA 30755
706-307-9689

http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com

Randy,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

HP DV9205US with the serialization of CNF6523MPY

As agreed your system is billed at $75.00 per system.

Now, with the HP DV9205US with the serialization of CNF6523MPY has been repaired and is ready for return. The system board is labeled 444002-001.

Now, with the HP DV9205US with the serialization of has been repaired and is ready for return. The system required a reflow on both the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and the Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipset. The chip also requires a cleaning on the board. The water damage was cleaned.

Upon rebuild, your system displayed proper booting, and requires nothing more.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/helpful-tips/

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img

Payment will be recovered upon delivery.

If you have a laptop that requires a reflow, and you would like to receive a service purchasing options are listed below.











This does not equal that.

I have found out over the past few weeks that local repair shops have been selling users one thing and delivering yet another.

I have seen this as a policy held by such shops as Leaping Liz’s, which seems to be a premium quality repair facility located in Dalton, GA, and The Computer Guys.

THIS PICTURE ABOVE DOES NOT MEAN YOU HAVE RECEIVED RAM. I am seeing too many users bringing me systems and calling me out to check systems that run slow after being worked on and upgraded that have never been upgraded. If you have a system that you have taken elsewhere and received a receipt saying you received RAM upgrades and were billed $50.00 for virtual memory you have paid for nothing.

Keep in mind virtual memory is not physical RAM or memory. If you are billed for a memory upgrade and get virtual memory that is, in my opinion, border line theft. To better explain it, virtual memory is not RAM but your operating system’s page file that copies running information from the physical memory to the hard drive and vice versa as programs are maximized and minimized and are clicked on or ran.

I have personally worked on a system last week that a user brought to me that was custom built by Morrison’s Computers that he had taken to Leaping Liz’s for a virus repair. The receipt stated he had been upgraded with 1.5GB of RAM. Upon opening his system up his desktop had the memory from Morrison’s original build in it, but his VIRTUAL MEMORY stated 1524MB of virtual memory. He had paid $50.00 for that upgrade.

As a consumer you have the right to a second opinion. If you have questions feel free to call me or email me. Both are free. I can be reached at 706-307-9689 or emailed here

Terreance in Ringgold, GA Compaq V6000 System Repair on Unknown

Terreance,

This email will serve as an update on the status and repair of your systems sent in.

Currently I have listed the following machines sent in for repair by you:

Compaq V6000 with the serialization of Unknown

As agreed your system is billed at $125.00 per system.

Now, with the Compaq V6000 with the serialization of Unknown has been repaired and is ready for return. The system is labeled HP Spare 461860-001. The system required a reflow on the Nvidia GeForce GO6150 (NF-G6150-N-A2) and the Nvidia NF-430-N-A3 chipsets.

You also need to update the video drivers from Nvidia.com and the BIOS from HP if one is to be applied. Please advise your end user to purchase a cooling pad to help insure the removal of heat from the system.

If you need more help in explaining these areas to your end user, please visit http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/tips.html

Pictures of the repair can be viewed at http://www.doubleclickittofixit.com/img