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Problem with hp laptop dv9000

Hp dv9000 pavillion. went into mini dump. recovered, then got display driver error nvlddmkm report to microsoft on next connection. went into minidump again. now gets to welcome screen after password but then freezes.looks like the hard drive is still working as blue light keeps flickering.contacted hp (india)told to ring another number (india) then told it;s to be expected on a laptop 15 months old and costing 1,300 quid. not a happy bunny. PLEASE can someone help me.

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  • scoobydoo_4u Jan 13, 2009

    Thanks for trying rebelyes 1 but still no luck. if i press f8 after getting to password promt (password not entered but option restart selected) in restart mode the hard drive freezes. if i press f8 on initial startup the hard drive doesn't start. when started normaly the computer advances to the password prompt BUT when the password is entered the computer advances to the WELCOME word and then the screen and curser freeze but the hard drive light keeps flickering and you can hear the hard drive working. because the system came pre-instaled with vista, pc world dont even give you a disc to boot from. I made 3 hp recovery discs but they dont work OR more as lickely I'm doing it wrong. My head hurts and all I want to do is headbutt the damn screen. Any other suggestions please. I'm sooooo P"£$^d off.

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Boot into safe mode and dump that driver and reinstall it or update it... and i can relate to the india customer service thing (there has got to be a better way)..

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