Question about HP ProBook 4540s Notebook PC ENERGY STAR
Computer blacks out and a blue screen with a error message appears. The computer restarts with a screen with the start up options. I usually choose the normal startup.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: zd8000 wont boot up
try to get into SAFE mode... tap F8 repeatedly when you first power on. You should get a safe mode boot menu, select last known good profile and press enter.
If this does not work reboot go into SAFE mode and select Safe Mode from menu and see if it will boot up.
You may get a pop up to use system restore, say yes, select restore to an earlier date (or similar) then use the calander to select a restore date that is PRIOR to the problem starting.
If this does not work boot to safe mode again and say NO (cancel) to use system restore and see if you can get to the desktop
post back results for further troubleshooting
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
SOURCE: HP Pavillion dv9000 fatal error
On the windows boot screen you should be getting choices for safe mode, safe mode with networking, etc ...
Select "Disable automatic restart on system failure'
And let me know what error message(s) you have ... write it all down
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
Hi, you need do follow things:
1) check RAM in the back small cover of laptop, clean RAM pins and slots set back or change RAM position each other ,or replace other RAM(same model) if old RAM not works.
2) take out the wireless card in the back small cover that is MINI PCI slot, then turn on. sometimes it cancause this trouble.
help you fix it, and any question keep in touch please.
Posted on May 14, 2009
This sounds like a hard drive failure. You can press f8 to enter safe mode with networking during post. If it boots to windows,then go online & download the video driver from nvidia,install it & reboot. If that doesn't work,try re-formatting. If it won't do that then try a new hard drive. I have the software needed to test the hard drive,but it's for commercial use only. This is the back yard method.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: error : 0x400110020000100A
Look carefully at the hard drive that you are replacing. When you take it out of the [mine is a Compaq f750us] computer you might see, for want of a better term, a "STRETCHER" attached to the contacts/connectors, remove it. Put it on the NEW hard drive, put hard drive into computer. Try it again. I did and I did NOT get the "error" code! Why because the HD is now CONNECTED...touches the contacts..
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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