Sunday, March 30, 2008

HP ZV5000 and ZX5000 and Compaq R3000 power problems

We've read a few articles and heard many people talk about motherboard problems with the HP Pavilion ZV5000 and ZX5000 series laptops and the Compaq Presario R3000 series laptops. Over the past couple of years we have seen many of these laptops in our service center for DC jack repair. About 20% of them have had a particular issue that relates to the original broken DC jack problem. The good news is that we have diagnosed and developed a fix for this very small problem. As of today (March 30, 2008), we have a 99.1% success rate combined when it comes to power repair on these 3 models.

This is an example of how having a background in electronic repair as well as computer knowledge benefits us when it comes to your laptop repair. As always, Comprehensive Computing will continue to work to find solutions to common problems affecting the more popular laptop models in circulation. At present, we have invented more than 30 fixes for problems other repair shops turn away. This means we don't simply replace the DC power jack in your laptop, but we have the ability to test the major power circuits and repair common problems that arise and complicate an otherwise routine DC jack repair. That's where the word "comprehensive" comes into our name.

If you are experiencing DC jack or other power problems with your ZV5000, ZX5000, R3000 or any other model laptop, we've got it covered. Check out our DC jack repair service at

1 comment:

Bob said...

I am the owner of a small computer repair shop in Phoenix, Az. I'd like to comment on the previous post regarding the expertise of C.C.'s technicians. Any computer shop "swap jockey" can call themselves a technician. Few are. Fewer yet have a background in general electronics and the theory that goes with it. Ask one of these "technicians" what "ohm's law" is, and you will get an empty stare in return. That is NOT a technician in my book.

These guys have the knowledge and expertise to do "board level" repair, not just swapping out parts.

Beware of imitators.