Hi guys, I've got a tx2110us and up till now I'd avoided any problems that other people had with this laptop series. My friend who bought one at the same time I did had his wifi and gpu fail so I promptly started underclocking my cpu and I had no overwhelming heat issues, just slowness, but just today it started refusing to boot, not even POSTing or letting me get to the BIOS. The lights turn on and the screen turns on somewhat, but it doesn't display anything, no HP logo, can't pound F10 to get into the BIOS, nothing. Occasionally it does boot up but it takes many tries. Right now it's booted into safe mode, although usually it doesn't even get far enough for me to make that choice. I did the RAM test in the BIOS and it passed so it doesn't seem to be bad RAM. Now, I did upgrade the hard drive to a 7200rpm Scorpio black a few months ago but I don't think that's the issue, because if it was a problem with the hard drive it would at least get to some sort of boot menu or at least let me get to the BIOS. Any ideas? Is this really the MCP51/Geforce Go 6150 overheating issue? I've never actually had it overheat and shut down on me so I don't know why it would be the problem, but it's the only thing that makes sense. I also had weird display corruption one time on booting (it got to Windows and made the startup noise but the screen was completely corrupted and I couldn't log in). Corrupted screen picture attached. If it is a chipset issue, I'm just getting a new laptop, screw HP. I'm not going to spend hours and weeks trying to get them to repair my out of warranty laptop when they're probably going to charge $300-500 when I can get a nice new CULV laptop for $750. Thanks in advance for any help you guys can provide.