My HP laptop tx1138ea has power but not booting in, no bios
I was using my laptop when it hang, then i reboot it but it didn't boot, even the bios was out, just nothing , the screen was blank but the power is turning on. so from there on i could not use my laptop anymore. I didn't know what happened.. can you please help me?thanks.
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besides the beeps which indicate a motherboard timing issue. There should be LED blinking codes given on the front LEDs. I will include the blink codes below, but lets try to at least get the system up and running. First, I would like you to remove the RAM sticks from the laptop and just reseat one stick back in the machine. Try to boot with that one stick, if it does not, try the other alone. There have been issues when reseating the ram or re-installing it have temp. fixed the issue. If it does reboot, go to the HP support site, put in your model number of your laptop and download and install an updated BIOS. Below are the blink codes that may narrow down the problem.....
HP DV6000 LED Blink Codes
LED Component Error Condition Blinking battery power LED Battery Insufficient charge on the battery Blink: 1 - Caps Lock/Num Lock CPU CPU not functional Blink: 2 - Caps Lock/Num Lock BIOS BIOS corruption failure Blink: 3 - Caps Lock/Num Lock Memory Module error not functional Blink: 4 - Caps Lock/Num Lock Graphics Graphics controller not functional Blink: 5 - Caps Lock/Num Lock System board General system board failure Blink: 6 - Caps Lock/Num Lock BIOS BIOS authentication failure
You will need to do more trouble shooting. If you can, boot into safe mode and see if system reboots. If it does boot into the bios and see if it reboots there.
If system reboots in all modes then you have a hardware problem and will need to be serviced. However if it does not reboot in the bios then there is a good chance that some part of your windows system is corrupted.