Question about HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop
One day last week, our older HP Pavilion a1410n stopped booting up. After doing a little research, I determined that it was the power source that had gone bad. So I ordered a new one and replaced it. After successfully booting up the computer, I was immediately met with a "DISK BOOT FAILURE" that would not let me progress farther. It still allows me to press F1 and enter the setup, but I'm not really sure where to go from here to fix it. Help?
Posted by Anonymous on
After pressing F1 confirm that the master drive is listed in the boot setup program.. If the drive is not listed confirm that the electrical connection from the new power supply is correctly connected to the drive. Failing to correctly connect the hard drive during power supply replacements is most likely the problem. Also confirm the SATA connections to the drive.
Confirm that the drive gets warm and a slight vibration when power is first turned on confirming the disc drive is spinning.
Hope this helps?
These are typical screen shots that show the boot drive connected to the mother board MOBO detected during the initial boot process. Look for similar format in your machines boot setup.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should have a recovery cd, it will allow you to reinstall Windows. If you don't have even that then either borrow one from a friend and use it with you key (the one on the sticker), or order a new disk by following this
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
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ive heard allot of the same problems with HP the screens going to sleep and want wake up ,, seems Hp r built to about the time the warty goes out this will happen , in most cases ive seen it take replacing the motherboard to fix the problem.
ive seen one guy strip down to the motherboard and put in a oven preset to 400 degrees for 10 min then let cool and put back together and it went back to working fine but it also was on a laptop not a desktop.
Posted on Jun 14, 2012
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