Question about HP Computers & Internet
The first thing to try is disconnecting and reconnecting the cable to your hard drive. HP claims they have no "Pavilion 6000", so I can't point you to a manual for your computer. The HP Site has links to many manuals. If you are not comfortable about opening your PC and moving cables around, take it to a PC tech. Odds are good your data is safe.
If it still will not boot after reconnecting the cables the next step is reseat all the components you can and then flash the BIOS. Post back with an updated model number and I can walk you through that too if needed.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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