Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
There are several options you could try
1. You could try and run a startup repair using the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)
a. Just insert you Recovery disk and wait for the 'Press Any key to boot from CD" message, After selecting your language, time, currency etc and clicking "Next" you will find the "Repair you computer' option. from there you'll have to select which drive has your Windows installation [click next], select 'Repair Computer' and select the Operating System you wish to Repair [click next again] and finally click 'startup repair'
2. Alternatively, you could try and rebuild you Boot Configuration Data (BCD) using the command promt in a similar series of steps. but let me know if that helps solve your problem
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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