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Hp s7520n can not finish the one time configuration

After using the three system rcovery cds and suplemen recovcery windows will not start propely it keep a loop trying to configuier the hp software its say waiting to write the new block it only manage to setup 45% and a blue screen with the note saing do not turn
of the pc or restatar until setup finish ;but it takes 16 ours and when the time its done nothing the sofware dosent install nthing happes this its been for the past week every day.i call the hp for help after i buyed the cds frome them but they od not know wat can it be wrong this cds are new.

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  • gwb10 Feb 17, 2009

    The s7520n, after displaying the splash screen, would go to a black screen with no cursor. I ran diags on the disk and it was bad, so I replaced it. After loading the 3 system recovery disks, (which seemed to finish) the reboot with the one time configuration went to a screen saying "please wait...." and hung forever. The screen said that it would reboot several times, but did not.

    When I re-booted it after waiting about a hundred years, the symptoms were just like they were when I started.

    The display I am using is an AOpen LCD screen, and it is working on about 5 other computers. acts kinda like one of the video modes is not working???


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I have had this probem with an hp in the past and the hard drive was defective but working partly.

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