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My hp pavilion dv 9000 does not start.


HP Pavilion dv 9000

My hp pavilion dv 9000 does not boot anymore and hard drive makes strange noise .Somebody told me there are serious problems with this model.What should i do?

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  • Mattd73 Jan 12, 2009

    Same Problem for me. Mine will not turn on at all. It is 18 months old. HP told me the motherboard goes bad when the power jack goes. It will cost about $450 and I know a lot of people who this happened to with this model. I don't now what to do any more. It has really pissed me off.
     

  • brandontolen Jan 13, 2009

    turn the power on and all the power lights lite up but that's it will not boot up need help asap ,, their were no weird noises just wont boot up

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  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    Mine has the same propblem. You turn it on, nothing happens, no screen just lights on the keyboard. The last HP i will ever buy. They told me it was the motherboard chip. nothing I could do except replace the chp. Just a 500 dollar chip on a 1300 dollar computer. What a bunch of BS

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Does Hp screen come on? If not I doubt its the hard drive. I had the same problem. But I did a reflow.. (not smart) I was excited when it got me to windows. But it still crashes. Now Ive taken it apart at least 4 times addinx copper and silver compound. And checking connections. Obviously I'm in way over my head. Now it won't start for anything. Another reflow did nothing. My advice. Reseat the ram and do a hard reset ( take out battery and unplug ac power. Press and hold power for 30 Sec or more. Plug ac only in. Leave battery out. Press power.) If this does nothing. Then its definatley your nvidia chip or motherboard. Don't make my mistake. Take it to a pro or scrap it

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Hard drives are cheap. Find out what type of drive this supports (i.e. ATA or SATA), and buy a new drive. They're quite easy to replace, too. You'll just need a recovery CD to re-install your OS (operating system) after you put in your new drive.

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