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My hp pavillian dv9000 is not booting up it keep showing a screen with 5 options i have tryed every option and still is not booting

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Hp pavillion dv9000 after hitting power button it turns off then on off then on


In case of infinite reboot
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Wait for your BIOS to display the manufacturer logo or any logo
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ap "F8" key immediately: you will reach a list of boot options
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Select "Disable automatic restart on system failure
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Press "Enter" and wait for your PC to boot.

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Hp pavilion dv9000 takes a long time to get past the bios screen. It won't boot of dvd either??


Check BIOS boot options and assign local hard drive as first for faster boot. This is also where you set CD\DVD as first to boot from disc. Look for F Key press on start up. It will be shown on screen. These can vary.

Many HP machines also have a boot menu option during boot. Again an F key and may vary.

Sep 22, 2012 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Hello i have an hp Pavilion dv9000 laptop. I use


yes, i would definately try removing the memory modules and blow some forced air into the connectors as well as using alcohol on a q-tip to clean the module contacts before inserting them back into the board. If it still does not properly boot, try removing one module making sure the remaining module is seated into the #1 slot, and reboot. If it does not boot, remove and replace with the other one, leaving that one out, reboot. If, at that time, it boots, you now know which module, if any, are bad.

Jul 08, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Hello i have an hp Pavilion dv9000 laptop. I use


Have you tried removing the memory 1 stick at a time?

Jul 06, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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I have a DV9000 whos screen goes black immed after power up


try to press F8 continuously before the microsoft image until you get different options. select "Safe Mode" on the options using your UP or DOWN cursor keys then hit ENTER. if it works and boots up then you can use the windows operating system disc to repair it. if it still does the same thing then you might need to reformat and reinstall the windows vista operating system...

Nov 08, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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I cant seem to log on


try starting in safe mode. hold down f8 when you turn on your computer until you get a menu with the option to boot in safe mode. once you successfully log on in safe mode, restart your computer and the problem should be cleared. if not, we can explore further options.

Aug 14, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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HP DV9000 won't boot up past the HP splash screen, can't enter bios or access boot menu. It just keeps starting over, freezing, then starting over again.


Hi,
I think your hard drive has failed. It keeps searching for the boot sector. The boot sector is broken so the hard drive keep starting over to search for it.

Hank

Jul 28, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000 Motherboard

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Opened my lap top HP dv9000 black screen sounded like it was running, I shut down then tried to reboot,starts to reboot then cuts off then tries to reboot and continues this cycle


Try starting the laptop in safe mode.
This is done by pressing F8 while the computer is starting. You will be presented with an option screen and should in the first instance choose safe mode. If the laptop boots you can then check the hardware for faults. If you are not getting past the initial bios boot screen it would be worthwhile downloading the latest bios firmware from the HP web site and installing this.

May 04, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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My HP Pavilion DV9000 is having boot up problem


hi

this is nothing to do with system crash.

> Take out the battery and the adapter from the notebook hold the power button for 30 sec

> Power on - ASAP tap on F10 - There if you are using vista press F9 to load the bios defaults and press F10 save and exit

With regards

Apr 12, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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My hp lap top keeps going into option safe mode then shows me the first screen windows xp then goes back to option safe mode and other options


Hi,

It is possible that your system boot was setup to safe mode everytime it boots up. You may try the steps below.

1. Boot your system to safe mode.

2. Go to Start then Run

3. On the run box type msconfig

4. Look for the tab boot.ini , under this tab uncheck the box that says safeboot then click apply

5. Restart the computer.

Keep me posted.

Thanks.

Nov 20, 2008 | HP Computers & Internet

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