Question about HP 2000-2b19wm 15.6-Inch Laptop PC Winter Blue / 4GB DDR3 RAM
Look at section 4.1.5 on pg 74
It will tell you how to reset your BIOS incase of such an event like this occurs.
You will probably need a USB drive to transfer the BIOS from there to your motherboard. It will auto-detect once in your USB slot, but if for whatever reason this didn't solve it, there is a good amount of information about BIOS on this link so you should browse around that area/table of contents and you should be able to find the answer if this didn't solve it!
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Compaq and Hp are having issues with several models, My wife just got hers repaired free out of warranty. Go to copaqs website, look up your model and see if it is one they are offering free one time repairs on. Wife's computer was doing same thing, they replaced the motherboard. Took about 2 weeks round trip . Good luck
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
I imagine the orange flashing light is over the battery? The compaq laptops have a little blue light that will typically light up when it's plugged into the wall. If it is plugged in ensure that the little blue light is on. If it isnt you may have a n issue with your power supply unit, or there may be an issue with the port where the plug is plugged in. Thus causing the battery to be dead and the computer not power on. If you have any other compaq computers you can also try plugging in that power adapter, or try picking up a universal or another hp/compaq charger from somewhere such as best buy to test it out.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
SOURCE: My laptop is not booting
Could be one of several possible reasons. (the most likely is not promising)
Firstly, remove the battey and try it on mains power only, if this works, the battery is so badly faulted, it is causing problems in the laptop booting.
Secondly, remove each RAM module in turn and see if it boots with one ram stick, if it does, you have a defective module
Thirdly, and with HP laptops, most likely, the blink sequence you describe is related to the graphics chip. If the laptop was getting hot before this happened, its a fair bet that the chip on this has unsolderd itself (will need reballing). Google and you'll find the V and DV series which were fitted with the Nvidia chipset, were prone to this and the result of a lot of returns to HP. If it is still under any warrantly, i'd take it back, as this problem is not fixable easily
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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