Well b4 the system showed the first symptoms of the bios start up problems the joints that allow it to open and close locked up and shattered my case. so i was wondering since my warranty wont cover it how can i fix the bios problem my self or cheaply. i can still use external monitor and the only thing i can see before i lose the video is the windows recovery/ start normally options. if ya know email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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In case of infinite reboot
- Restart your computer
- Wait for your BIOS to display the manufacturer logo or any logo
- Tap "F8" key immediately: you will reach a list of boot options
- Select "Disable automatic restart on system failure
- Press "Enter" and wait for your PC to boot.
Assuming you mean turns on as in powers up but not loading OS...
Whenit boots press F8 or F2 for safe boot and then choose safe boot... see if the machine stops at CRCDISK.SYS. If so you will need to do a rescue of the disk if possible...reloading the OS. If that fails the DV9000 series has a known issue with NVIDIA video drivers and a google search on the two together DV9000 and NVIDIA problem will give you all kinds of info on the issue. There is a class action lawsuit in relation to the error on NVIDIA because it is a non-recoverable error. Final option is a BIOS error and to flash teh BIOS you need to be able to get into the Operating System. If the system is beeping or flashing the LED lights (power, battery, etc) during start up. This is the computers own code and dependent on the flash/beeps youwill be able to diagnose better. So listen for two short and one long, etc.
Hello my friend.That error message has nothing to do with the actual keyboard.The POST/BIOS is reading a
single port bit in the system boards keyboard controller and detecting
this bit as being shorted to ground. On some systems there is a keylock
on the front of the case that allows you to "lock" the keyboard for
security reasons. It is this lock that is being detected. On a system
without a keylock, this error can be caused by one of the front panel
wires being placed on the wrong pin on the system board. Or by something
shorting out the keylock pin on the system board, or a hardware failure
in the keyboard controller, or using the wrong version of BIOS.So make sure if your computer has a lock key/button or something on the case that locks the keyboard.Also you can load default bios settings by hitting Del while you boot if you have change anything in the bios.
If this does not solve the problem, then the bluetooth module ( a mini PCI card) may be defective. In that case an opriton could be installing an external bluetooth: TRENDnet TBW-105UB Network adapter - USB
HP has identified a hardware issue with certain HP Pavilion
dv2000/dv6000/dv9000 and Compaq Presario V3000/V6000 series notebook
PCs, and has also released a new BIOS for these notebook PCs, version
F.39 for dv2000/V3000, and version F.3D for dv6000/dv9000/V6000.
hey, so ir dv9000 doesnt boot to hp logo screen & restart itself,first replace the cmos battery if thisdoesnt solves ur problem, the next time u boot check whether the rj45 & the dial up port give a led flash on start or not ,if not then u may have hape board ,cpu or power problem ....which can be fixed by repair only.