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My DV9000 laptop has been starting properly. I would use control- alt- delete once or twice and would boot up. but the other day the screen developed lines. The computer froze up I tried to get out of it but that didn't work. I used the power button to shut it down. when I turned it back on it now won't start at all. I sounds like it is starting but shuts down after about 2 seconds then does it again and again. any ideas? I just hope I can get my pictures at the very least.
I understood your problem. Here i providing you perfect solution for this problem.
there is may problem with your screen driver cord(cable)
if you have sufficient knowledge about this then open your laptop's back cover.
> after that you will find small screws, remove them carefully.
>then you able to open the keyboard section
>Now at the area of Power Button and support of Screen there is pair of wires.
>Find tiny socket of that pair.
then remove it,clean it with alcohol then reconnect it.
If problem occur due to some Software malfunctioning the you have to format your laptop.
thanks for giving such opportunity to solve your problem. have a nice day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
does it run with the power cord plugged in? if so your batterys dead, otherwise harddrive/bios/motherboard fault? is your power supply charging the battery?
Posted on May 09, 2009
Restart the notebook, press F10 and check if you see the BIOS screen or not.
If you see the BIOS screen and if the notebook does not restart in BIOS then this could not be a hardware issue.
But if you do not see the BIOS screen, then perform the steps below :
1. Disconnect the ac adapter and remove the battery from the notebook.
2. press and hold the power button for 30 seconds
3. replace the battery and connect the ac adapter
4. turn On the notebook and check
If the issue persists then remove and replace the memory modules of the notebook and check it.
If the issue still persists then it could be a hardware issue and your notebook needs to be serviced.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
I think its looking for a boot command from the card reader. Which means pressing the DEL or F10 or F2 key repeatedly while booting to get into your bios to change your boot order.
If it wont let you, try booting while pressing the F8 key, with luck it may bring up windows boot options, choose the safe mode. When up, Click on Start - all programmes - accessories - system tools - system restore - choose a date prior to problems. (This is for XP, Vista and Win7 slightly different)
Boot from your windows disk, and choose the repair option.
Or download, UBCD4Win , the ultimate boot cd for windows, This will load a windows shell system with loads of diagnotic and repair tools.
You could download and run Ubuntu without installing, that will give you access to any data files.
If none of this works, the only recourse is to re-install windows. But in
doing this, you will be re-formatting the hard drive which will remove all data on the drive.
If you don't have a copy of windows, you do have Ubuntu. I use it nearly all the time now, even though I have a dual boot system.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, My Samsung R580 I3 JBB2-US
You can try go to Start - Control Panel - Power Options and check what you want computer do when you close the lid of your laptop. Fix that and restart laptop to apply the setting.
If the boot up not complete and restart by itself, in my opinon, there is something wrong on the start up process, could be hardware malfuctions, could be a software not compatible. Try check the start up process to see.(use Start- Run: msconfig)
If this happen often, you should call the Samsung customer services to find out. Laptop i3 should still under warranty.
Hope this will help.
Thanks for reading
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
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