Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
I've had this labtop for a little over a year and have had no problems at all with it till now.
I have a black screen divided into two sections that mirror each other. Then I get the blue screen of death for a few seconds, then my labtop restarts itself. Once it turns back on it goes into a Windows Error Recovery screen. I have 2 options from there which are, 1. Start windows normally & 2. Launch Startup Repair(recommended). Starting normally brings me back to the blue screen & then right back to the Windows Error Recovery. Startup repair says that it cannot repair this computer automatically and only gives me the option to "Finish". This then turns my labtop completely off.
I have recently started using my labtop for a new purpose, I now run an HDMI cable directly to my reciever as part of my media center. I have used it in the past to hook up directly to a tv and had no problems at all. I also used it for a few days hooked up to this same reciever and had no problem for a while. I have tried unplugging everything and restarting and I it still comes back to the split screen.
A co-worker suggested it could be the video card maybe but he is about as clueless as I am with computers. Not sure if this helps at all but I have a NVIDIA pure video graphics card.
I am by no means a computer tech or anything close to it so if this info is totally useless please tell me what info would be usefull to someone who can help me with my problem. Thanks in advance.
This sounds like a hard drive failure. You can press f8 to enter safe mode with networking during post. If it boots to windows,then go online & download the video driver from nvidia,install it & reboot. If that doesn't work,try re-formatting. If it won't do that then try a new hard drive. I have the software needed to test the hard drive,but it's for commercial use only. This is the back yard method.
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