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HP Pavilion DV6700 & Compaq G6000 DA0AT1MB8H0 Rev H Schematic
Schematic diagrams are usually associated with electrical circuits. This diagram, also known as a wiring diagram or schematic diagram, shows how the various components of a circuit are connected. In these diagrams, lines represent connecting wires, while other elements such as resistors, lamps, and switches are represented by standardized symbols called schematic symbols.
Schematic diagrams may also be used to illustrate the general operation of an electronic device without detailing the hardware or software used in the actual electronic device. For example, to illustrate how a computer displays words you type on a screen, you might use a schematic diagram that shows how information travels from the key pressed to the word processor and ultimately to the computer screen.
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A schematic diagram is a diagram that shows the components of a process, device, or other object using abstract and often standardized symbols and lines. Schematic diagrams show only the important components of a system, although some diagram details may be exaggerated or introduced to make the system easier to understand.
Download HP Pavilion DV6700 & Compaq G6000 DA0AT1MB8H0 Rev H Schematic Diagram
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Note : – Be careful when looking for specific BIOS. Find the motherboard part number in the BIOS. Many people install BIOS based on laptop or motherboard model number, which is the wrong method. It will not find a suitable BIOS for your laptop and will not work.
Note :- First, backup your old bios chip as bios bin file and save it to a location of your choice (USB drive or hard drive). Then copy the downloaded bios file to the bios chip. After programming the bios chip, the state of the machine changes briefly. Backup is great way to keep old Bios files safe.