Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
I have a hp dv9000 series notebook. when i press the power button, the blue lights come on but there is no display. using an external monitor, ic an see that it's trying to do a startup repair because windows won't start normally. after trying several times it still tells me they can't repair it and to report it. anyway, i searched online and apparently this is a common problem amongst pavillion owners - something about the motherboard being fried.
i was wondering if this** is what normally happens when there's something wrong with the motherboard? (**this as in the comp still sorta working/trying to repair or restore system, compared to the comp not responding at all/completely dead)
also, if i do get my motherbaord replaced/comp fixed, will i still have all the old files that i had saved previously?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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