Written on: 17/08/2010
Aftldn;er my daughter used her DV6000 for four months, it could't boot anymore. HP service replaced the motherboard after months of arguments and struggle and it broke down again after a few weeks use. HP service claimed it was again a motherboard problem and the hard disk was gone and asked for 260 bucks for replacements. I took the laptop to a repair shop and they any dreplaced a part on the motherboard using a rework station and showed me more than half a dozen DV6000's in the shop repaired with the same problem. They told me to sell the laptop while it still worked, and I am glad I did. I got an ASUS with twin hard disks and had no problems since while DV6000 users I know had all kinds of troubles. The worst laptop of personal computing ever, without any doubts is Hewlett Packard DV6000 series.