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Hp pavilion dv2000 notebook will not boot up

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  • muffs Nov 26, 2007

    I removed the memory and the hard drive and it still will not boot up.. All light are showing like it's on but the screen is black. Can I boot it up in safe mode?

  • muffs Nov 26, 2007

    Ron,

    Thanks so much for your help..

    I removed the battery, lAPTOP WAS trying to boot up and it was flashing operatering system not found. Also, I ran a bios test on the hard drive and received test staus "no ide device". Is THE hd DEAD? THANK YOU! MUFFS

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    This is really unusual, but I am having the exact same problem with my dv2000 laptop. After multiple boot attempts, I can sometimes get to the HP boot screen, and on even rarer occasion, Windows will start up again. Unfortunately, my laptop did not come with any recovery disks, as it has a recovery drive partitioned off the hard drive... which does me absolutely no good whatsoever. I tried reseating everything, as well as the bare bones approach, to no avail. I wonder if the problem might be overheating, as I often feel that my computer gets too hot for an electronics device. Could the heat have damaged the hard drive or motherboard? If these components are damaged, why does the computer and operating system occasionally start up anyway?

  • baczek Dec 27, 2007



    I have exactly same problem, seems like a common thing with these laptops.

    There is no POST, no beeps at all, no video also on vga output.

    The only sign of life - the CD drive is spinning for a short moment (HD is not).

    All blue lights are on.

    I wonder if booting from CD is possible with no video and no POST.

    Seems like CMOS, or controller, or video chip problem on the motherboard.

  • Neata Feb 09, 2008

    Will not boot up. Power is on. Tried starting in Safe mode and last good configeration but to no avail - Microsoft screen shows but then screen turns black and back to first screen again - 'windows did not start up successfully.....' Tried pressing F8 and F12 anybody got any other suggestions. Thanks.

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2008

    I have the same problem, Lights On, but black screen...

    I had this problem once before, and HP repaired it really fast, without removing anything nor formating the pc again, so it must be something really easy to solve... any idea?

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    Won't boot screen say's restoration data delete or continue what to do

  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2008

    I had the exact same problem twice. I'm no tech, but I stumbled up on this fix and it's worked twice, and for a few other people I know.

    1. Leave the battery in and unplug the adapter.

    2. Leave the computer alone until the batter is dead and all lights on the keyboard are dark.

    3. Plug back in to adapter and power up. Don't know why it works, but it does. Good luck.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    Same as the original poster... I even bought a new battery and it still does the same thing....

  • will127 Apr 24, 2008

    my hp 200 pavalion note book wont boot i have a black screen with the lights on and nobodys home

  • lesliekettle Apr 24, 2008

    I have the same prob with my notebook my screen is all black and won't go beyond the black screen i tried the con/alt/del nothing tried hitting esc,tried toggled keys and as well as turning off the power to the notebook totally and that is really all i can do because of the black screen....help please

  • Anonymous May 02, 2008

    Same here.... Black screen. Power light (Blue) on. HDD (Blue) one blink. No post. Great product HP.



    DV2000

  • amyngo May 07, 2008

    if i put my lap top on it gives 2 beeps and it stops. it won't boot. but the blue light show indicationg that it is on. has a black screen.
    All light are showing like it's on but the screen is black. i tested my RAM and hard disk in another computer and it is working. pls what could be the problem. (Hp pavilion dv2000)

  • johnzy17 May 10, 2008

    black screen, all lights on,wont boot up,tried hard disk test says' failed #1-7

  • Anonymous May 17, 2008

    HP pavilion dv2000 AMD Turion 1GB RAM, all lights come on when the power adapter is plugged in. I tried all the options given (reseat the memory cards, hard disk) but the laptop did not start. I found on one of the sites that pressing F11 as the machine boots helped. But then it malfunctioned in windows (vista) and it needed a reboot and it hasn't woken up ever since.

  • nccise May 26, 2008

    My dv2315nr cannot be boot up. All the blue lights are on and the DVD driver seems try to detect the disc, but nothing else happen. The screen keeps as black, when power from battery, adapter or both.
    Anyone has solution? Thanks very much!!


  • Anonymous Jun 06, 2008

    dv 2000 lap top can not instaling xp

  • ballen862 Jun 06, 2008

    My HP Pavilion dv2000 shows all blue lights but no boot up...

  • jjmini Jun 09, 2008

    The lights are on but nobody's home! I have an HP Pavillion laptop dv2000; dv2555nr. I've had this laptop 15 months and the blue lights will go on, but nothing will start up on the screen. The DVD drive sounds like it tries to connect, the workless is not able to connect (orange light). I CANNOT startup in safe mode as it does not get that far in the boot. You don't hear the hard drive start.... nothing! Got laid off a month ago so this makes me very upset... I can't afford to fix or buy another at the moment. 3 months out of warranty and the HP helpdesk is setup like a timeshare where they offer you a quote to fix, then claim that if I hang up the price will go up!... They say management will be raising the prices. AND this one guy offered to 'hold' for an hour + so I can try to get ahold of a loved one's credit card, since I cannot afford the cost today. So bizarre.



    Best Buy claims it's the motherboard, but I don't know...

  • jjmini Jun 09, 2008

    Eureka! I just used "SOLUTION 6" and found out that HP WILL fix it for free (original factory condition) as my laptop PN is listed for their HP Warranty Service Enhancement Program: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...

    So if someone at the helpdesk gives you some BS about paying.... ask for someone else! It's stinks to be without my laptop for another 2 weeks while job searching and that I need to recover the data myself, but it's much better than paying for the repair or a new computer! They should throw in a spa day at this point! Good luck everyone!

  • shafiullah Jun 12, 2008

    no boot up the laptop dv2000

  • shaun9801 Jun 22, 2008

    I have the same problem, by my dv2200 didnt make the list. It is a rm669av.sucks!!!

  • f00l Jul 05, 2008

    This seems to work for me.



    unplug cord

    turn it off if its still on by holding the power button



    now heres what seems to fix it every time (so far) for me

    press and hold the power button, it will turn on

    keep holding it for about 8-10 seconds and it will turn back off

    now keep holding it for about 10-15 seconds

    now do the same thing again

    just keep holding that button to make it do that power on/off cycle

    do it like 5-15 times and i bet it comes back up, ive never had to do it more than 20 times but dont be suprised it you have to do it lots of times, but it really works and i bet it fixes(temporarily) 90-95% of the people with this problem



    Post comments on this for those who try it, this is an interesting problem and it would be nice to see if this solution works for others

  • livingroomtz Jul 20, 2008

    hi i have HP Pavilion laptop but the it turns on but the screen doesnt show anything as its black .Pls Advice.

    regards

    VIru


  • rock4450 Jul 25, 2008

    i have same problem thanks

  • Eepic Jul 29, 2008

    Yea, same thing... This is how it all started. I turned on my Laptop one morning and everything worked perfectly, all of a sudden I got disconnected from the internet and my wifi light was red, I thought "oh no problem, this has happened before... all I have to do is reset it." I reset the computer and nothing happened, I still couldn't connect to any networks, so I turned the laptop off. When I tried to turn it back on nothing showed up. All LED lights are on, and the wifi light is still red but the screen is completely black, nothing shows up, just my reflection. This is the second time this has happened, the first time I just took the battery off and unplugged it for 3 days and it worked perfectly, this time I tried that and still doesn't work. It's not the lid switch either because I already unplugged that... I guess it's time to get a new laptop :(



  • Anonymous Jul 30, 2008

    i had a pbm with hp paviliondv2000..the screen goes black when i start it......previously it worked nicely but after updating i got this pbm...pls help me....

  • xxxkirsty222 Aug 07, 2008

    i have a hp pavilion dv2000, machine was workin fine all of a sudden it froze and wouldnt switch of so i took the battery out and when i put it back in a black screen come up and sayin things about setup. so i ran a harddive and memory test which was an option given and the harddrive failed said there was no IDE or something like that.



    wont come on at all

  • silentscribe Sep 11, 2008

    my pavilion dv2500 will light up like all is well but the screen remains black.

  • slagimod Oct 06, 2008

    I have the same problem. All my lights are on but the screen is blank... tried to remove battery... left off for 24hrs.... still nothing

  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2008

    Exact same problem, nothing but a black screen, the wireless light on the computer front stays on, will not turn off, all lights come on but the computer will not boot. Tried everything, Out of warranty so hopefully something good happens.

  • BiggSam Oct 15, 2008

    HP Pavillion dv2000 frozen one day and then would not bootup. Ran bios and nothing still will not bootup. Anyone has a solution or should I just contact HP and send it back.

  • Anonymous Oct 31, 2008

    same problems as you guys, it doesné boot up, black screen, blue ligths on but nothing happens.

    See you

  • afrisource Nov 01, 2008

    I have the same problem, first I notice the wireless device sporatically be enables and disabled( orange light and then blue light). Then , I notice it would be hard for me to get out of slepp mode. I disabled all thepower energy saving modes. This helped. Then I notice, although my cable was connected, I would lose internet connection . I would restart the computer and then I get a black screen, but blue lights. Checked the bios, no ide device. Changed the boot order and then it would boot up to hardive. Everything would be fine for a while. Then it would happen again.





    This time , I removed all memory, hard drives and battery. slowly I boot evry device. This time it worked. but I am not convince it is the solution.



    I believe that the laptop motherboard has sometype of built hard drive sleep mode that is messing with the functionality of the power saving modes.

  • Kev Nov 01, 2008

    I have the same problem. The computer is starting 50% of the time. No new bios available. I'm becoming very frusterated. Do you think Best Buy would know how to fix this?

  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2008

    yup same here!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    I have the exact same problem! I have a black screen that won't come on, but the lights are all on. I also had a problem with the wireless function and losing internet for no reason. I tried re-seating the hard drive, memory & battery, but no luck. I contacted HP who is having my laptop picked up and they are changing the mother board, once fixed they are shipping it back to me (all at their expence seeing as it's a regular problem).

  • sam4_macdoal Nov 17, 2008

    i removed the memory and the hard drive and it still will not boot up.. All light are showing like it's on but the screen is black. Can I boot it up in safe mode?

  • nake Nov 17, 2008

    I have a simmilar problem all the lights on my hp computer is on but it will not boot. and why it is common to find people with this problem with hp dv 2000 computers. we need a solution

  • bongobongbon Nov 18, 2008

    All the lights will come on and nothing happens

    th HP Pavilion dv200 will try and boot from the dvd drive for about 1 second then the whole thing goes dead with all the lights still on

    I have noticed that the fan underneath will pretty much do the same thing it will spin for about 2 seconds and then stop, it seems that the HD is doing nothing at all

    I have pulled out the RAM and HD and the other components and reseated them all and finally got it going again twice ( I think this had nothing to do with it) but I am still faced with the same problem

    is it a power problem or a motherboard problem ??


  • vutran764 Nov 20, 2008

    I have the same problem with my DV2000 laptop. It's just blink when it start up and appear as 'Operation System not found' . Can you guys notify me any new solution? Should I call HP for repair?

  • JUANHIRALDO Dec 07, 2008

    black screen with all lights on


    Notebook Pavilion dv2000 black screen will not boot up

  • forlease2 Dec 16, 2008

    I have the same problem. I believe it is caused by a bad shipment of mother boards to HP. If your computer is listed at the link below it is covered by a 2 year warranty. Good luck - unfortunately mine was not listed but I put a call in anyway and a "senior tech" is reviewing my case. Im not holding my breath and I am never buying another HP product.




    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...


  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    Black screen and lights up. It began to work on it's own but return to same state after about two days.

  • Nevr Buy HP Jan 04, 2009

    hello,

    I have the same problem with HP-DV6000

  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    I have the same problem with a dv2000, dv2415nr, notebook, and called hp for support and there is no such thing as a 2 year extended warranty for hardware issues because of a bad shipping of motherboards, the easiest way to do it yourself if you do not want to spend a lot of money is opening up the computer taking the hard drive out and use a device to dock the HDD with USB out options which could be found for around $20

  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2009

    screen is blank fans are running and all the lights are on

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    same problem, no post.

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    screen is black but the power button and the other keys light up and it sounds liek the computer is on

  • TP_NoGa Mar 13, 2009

    One day the computer was working fine. I turned it off and went to bed and work the next day. After I got home from work, the computer will not turn on. I get all the blue lights, but nothing on screen. No sound either, just lights. I have already re-seated the RAM and then went and bought a new memory card and put that in, and nothing.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2009

    WONT START BLUESCREEN

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    The problem is the overheat of BGA chip. In notebooks that work hard with CPU and/or Wireless the problem appear more frequently. This is a result of BAD project of HP with AMDs chipsets in theirs Pavilion notebooks model.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    Same problem. After turning on, nothing.... not even the HP logo. Nothing at all. The blue LED lights are on, nothing response.



    Called HP and they arrange a free repair, because of this:



    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...



    Call them up if you have the same problem before your (already extended) warranty expires!



  • taylorjune22 Mar 24, 2009

    All the lights are on, but the screen doesn't turn on.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    black screen on hp dv2000, seems like need new motherboard.

  • Jay Scott Mar 31, 2009

    HPDV2000 (2312us - Entertainment PC) with a totally dead screen. HP is now indicating that they are not honoring the Limited Warranty Service Enhancement based on the model numbers or on product numbers, but now only on specific SERIAL NUMBERS, so good luck getting it fixed. The motherboard needs to be replaced. From what I have been able to find on this site and others, the motherboards are overheating, cooking hte wireless and/or the vid card.


  • dan71248 Apr 08, 2009

    I have same issue on HP Pavilion dv2000 (i.e. computer powers up but screen is blank).

    My workaround: Turn on computer. Immediately start tapping f8 for about 10 seconds. Once I see the light on my usb mouse turn on I know it worked and stop tapping f8. This works about 50% of the time. It should work within 4 tries.

    Note: NEVER restart, hibernate, or sleep you computer. This will cause the "workaround" to fail.

    Plan B: If work around failed, try removing the memory and switching the it to the other slot (if two memory sticks just reverse them). Now try workaround. It should work.


  • lizzyh47 Apr 26, 2009

    I have a HP Pavillion DV2000 dv2120us, I called HP and mine went out of warranty in Jan. of this year but they can fix it for $350. What the hell. It is your shitty computer thats broken, I didnt break it why should I pay for it. I have tried everything excpet taking the thing apart. I will never buy an HP computer again. I loved my computer until now. I ft they would just put a good size fan in the omputers this wouldn't have happened. I went and bought a new computer today, and it isnt an HP. They are losing out on such much future buisness. I have ordered a motherboard and the IT lady from my work is going to put it in. Then I have to pay $200 for a data transfer. I HATE THIS!!!!!! Thank you for all your help everyone!

  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    Same thing. DV2000 HP Laptop says IDE device is missing.

  • Fitech May 07, 2009

    The computer seems to power on, but will not begin the boot process. Black screen and no action on the hard drive. Dan's tip about pressing F8 was actually helpful! This is the worst computer I've ever owned. How long is the warranty usually valid?

  • Max2009 May 10, 2009

    Problem: Display is always blank even when my computer boots up.

    Description: I got this HP dv2000 and it was working fine for a couple of months. Then I found sometimes the computer shuts down suddenly without any warning. I realized it was happening due to overheating, it used to happen when I used to play games. So I stopped playing games in my laptop. It worked fine for a month or two. Then suddenly once while watching some video/movie suddenly my display went bizarre and I had to restart and again things were fine.

    Then suddenly one fine morning I woke up and saw my display was totally blank. I restarted but display always stayed blank. The computer boots up because I can hear the Windows boot up sound, and also the log in sound when I swipe my finger. I can connect to it remotely using GoToMyPc but display is always 4 bit and 640x480.

    This is not the first problem I am facing, the dvd write sucks too, dvd writing fails 3 out of 5 times but the hp guys won't agree that there is a problem. HP sucks big time.

  • downeasttech May 17, 2009

    Wow this thread is pathetic... First of all it seems like there are about 10 DIFFERENT problems going on with various model numbers (different chipsets, cpu manufacturers, ect..) And second of all there are too many chiefs and not enough indians. Too many comments about totally unlikely solutions and instructions from half-wits with screw drivers that know how to boot to safe mode. Unless you are at the very least A+ certified quit posting your unqualified diagnosis, ideas, opinions, and solutions. Leave it to the pros. (BTW if you're wondering if your one of the morons I'm talking about, chances are YES! You are! 99% of the people posting in here have NO clue what they're doing. They just know enough to get not only themselves, but others in trouble!

  • bisbee0 May 21, 2009

    HP dv 2000 Same Laptop, same problem with no solution or HP fix. Has to be related to the Heat Generated by this puter. Lil ****** gets hot. Still have a 1200k paperweight, have bought several HP desk and laptops in the past. Burned once is enough for me Hey HP Ever hear of Chevrolet and Chrysler.... I would't stand by my product either... Maby uncle sugar will bail your lame *** out too???

  • Max2009 May 22, 2009

    Hey downeasttech, thanks for your post. Thanks for breaking one myth. You know I used to think that all people good in technical stuffs are intelligent and wow, you proved me wrong. Not just your post is downright dumb, to put in your own words it is downright pathetic.

    In case you are racking your brain over why I called you that, I will save you some pain. You are allegedly intelligent enough to understand technology but still you manage to be dumb enough not to understand that this thread is long closed for technical support and people come here just to let out their frustration.


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I have the HP pavilioin dv2000 too. I encountered the same problem. I did everything i though possible (reseated the battery, reseated the ram) and everytime i hit the power button, i would get all the blue lights on but no screen. And it is non responsive. Fed up i held the power key down for no less than 2 minutes and ta-da the computer responds by turning off. After i pressed the power button again, it started normally.

Hope it helps. Take care.

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Thanks, meenkey for Solution#5. You just saved me $400, because I looked up your link and even though My unit was was out of warranty it was included in the Limited Service Enhancement. Koodoos!!!!

Here is the original quote:

This is the problem most of the time with the DV2000's
this problem on a clients computer and HP fixed it for free.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us

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This is the problem most of the time with the DV2000's
this problem on a clients computer and HP fixed it for free.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us

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My HP dv2000 lights up all of the blue lights on the keyboard but the computer does not turn on. Since (from reading the previous posts) the problem is probably motherboard related I found a work around:
1) Hold down the power button until goes off
2) hold down the f2 button
3) press the power button

The system boots up fine every time on this laptop. Strange!

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

  • Am5moons Jul 01, 2011

    Duuuude."...I am really happy right now! This works.Here's what I went through...replaced motherboard due to it was blue lights only ,no video.installed os drivers and all.error network card 104 messages on boot .Took it out.updated bios ,back to Blue light only again.Now wondering if you had the answer in the first place?DV2000

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    tamararevis Jul 25, 2012

    What am I doing wrong? I have all of these issues, but none of these solutions are working for me! =(

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I have same issue on HP Pavilion dv2000 (i.e. computer powers up but screen is blank).

My workaround: Turn on computer. Immediately start tapping f8 for about 10 seconds. Once I see the light on my usb mouse turn on I know it worked and stop tapping f8. This works about 50% of the time. It should work within 4 tries.

Note: NEVER restart, hibernate, or sleep you computer. This will cause the "workaround" to fail.

Plan B: If work around failed, try removing the memory and switching the it to the other slot (if two memory sticks just reverse them). Now try workaround. It should work.

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Guys, I've been experiencing the same problem for the last two week for my HP Paviion dv2000. And so far I've been managed to solve the problem.

  1. If your computer won't start at all, try this trick: press the power button until the laptop turned on and keep hold down the power button until the laptop turned off; do this for about 5-10 times > then press the power button (this will turn on the laptop) and let the windows start (if not working try a little bit more, trust me I've tried this so many times and this trick has been working great).
  2. Check your computer BIOS version. I've been trying all the bios version (F.22 whic is not compatible with the wireless device, F.34, F.39 and F.3C) and so far only F.34 that works nicely (more responsive than other versions). So, if your computer BIOS is F.34 continue to step 3; if not (either F.39 or F.3C) try to downgrade to F.34 first.
  3. When the windows is booting press F8. This will give you more booting options. Select Repair Windows. Then select memory diagnostic tool, let your computer restarts and do the memory test. If windows does not automatically restart; use trick in step 1. You can also do the memory test from within windows by typing "memory" in search box in start menu and "Memory Diagnostic Tool" will come up, just run it then.
  4. Wait until all the process finish. In all my cases (yes, i've been trying this so many times) there were no errors at all with the memory...BUT...guess what....the problem solved. I can power on the laptop, restart like normal, wake up the computer from sleep, etc....
  5. If the issue happens again, just start all over again from step 1.
I've also tried to reseat the memory, hard disk, battery but all didn't work.

Please let me know if this solution works for you or not. Good luck guys! :)

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Well I just got off the phone with hp support and he told me that it has been know to them that this laptops are defective and that they are going to send me a box so I can send my laptop back to them so they can replace the motherboard which is the one causing tthe problem... its been damaged by the heat...... the small fan it has can't keep it cool enough....so I asked him, "if this happens again should I just send it back?" and he said "yes but this time there would be a charge" I was like "are you kidding me?!, if this is a defective laptop and you guys know about it why should I have to pay?" than he said "I don't know sir but I recomend that you get an extended warranty" so I said "ok, wait do I have to pay for that too?"..."But of course its not free, I mean I am not trying to sell you anything but its something I highly recomend" and that about it when he told me that I was like hell no to the extended warranty all I need is for this lap top to last one more year and than I buy me a Dell or better yet a Mac any way if you guys should just call hp and have them fix your notebook for free s/h is free and they will still fix your computer if not under warranty anymore as you all know manufacturers warranty is only good for a year....my labtop was 4 months past the warranty and they are still going to fix it.....anyway good luck to you guys and stay away from hp products!

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Try this it worked for me. Hold the Insert key, the Down key & the Power button at the same time. The computer should turn on for a couple seconds then shut back off. You might have to do it a few times for it to work. If that doesn't work then do the same thing but push the power button twice. Found here. http://www.techsupportforum.com/hardware-support/laptop-support/223415-hp-pavillion-dv2000-wont-start-2.html
If that works, I suggest you replace the Thermal Paste and buy a Notebook Cooler pad.
If that doesn't work you can try this. http://cegeekbook.blogspot.com/2010/02/how-to-fix-dv2000-no-video-dv2000-penny.html Note: I haven't tried this yet because the first trick worked for me. If I get the blank screen again I'll be trying this.

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This is a common problem and usually after a BIOS update causing CMOS corruption.

The CMOS data is retained by a capacitor, not a battery so you have to perform a HARD reset by removing the power supply and battery then hold the power button on for greater than 20 seconds.
This discharges the capacitor and once power is reestablished, boot should be normal.

Some people have come to a similar solution by leaving the battery off for a couple of days to discharge the CMOS cap but this is not as perfect as a hard reset.
This will not change any data on the hard drive.

Hope this helps.

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This is amazing. I had the same problem. 4 calls to support and 3 different solutions. I could tell that all of them knew it was the motherboard though. I particularly appreciated solution #10 because I left my DV2100 on for a month because I was afraid to turn it off. I'm waiting to see if a "case manager" can provide relief tomorrow. But in the meantime, here is another temporary fix.

When turning it back on, I would constantly be restarting it because I would get a blank screen with 3 beeps (long, short, short). I noticed that it would have a tendancy to boot up if when the black screen came up....I would let it sit for awhile (15-20 min). Then if I hold the power button down, it would start right back up.

I know that BIOS update is nonsense. I've reinstalled F39 now at least 4 times. It works fine for about an hour after that.

Hope it works for you. I'd write more, but I have to go and backup my hard drive ASAP before I'm really screwed.

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Finally got it working.

My screen was blank although the LEDs were lit. So out of desperation, I came upon this page, tried all means written.

So I finally removed one of the memories. Then Turned On the laptop. It was working. Try removing one of the memories.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

  • SPENCER379 Aug 14, 2011

    THIS WORKED FOR MY LAPTOP DV2000

  • xubayr Oct 03, 2013

    Glad to know :)

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Try:

  1. If you really need your dv2000 to work right now, wrap it inside a blanket and heat it with an hair drier for 10 minutes, leave it for the next 30 minutes. Power on.
  2. Long term solution. Its ok to sleep or hibernate. Just make sure your DV has been on for hours (maybe 2 hours or more) before doing so.
  3. Yes. Removing the battery and then pressing down the power button bur 1 minutes (several times) may work. But not always.
  4. Downgrade BIOS version is a good idea. Mine having problems after BIOS update to F.39

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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I have a friend that has encountered the same problem after basic diagnostic checks i found out that the hard drive spins on startup but then stops completely. This means that the hard drive controller on the motherboard isnt working. and in hp laptops everything is integrated into the motherboard. Since the hard drive spins initially on startup it rules out a bad hard disk. but since the bios doesnt even show up on the screen it proves that the hard drive controller isnt working. since that is integrated on the motherboard it most likely means that the motherboard is completely fried.

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Muffs,
Remove the memory modules and reseat them. If this doesn't work, try reseating the hard drive. If those actions don't do it, get back to me for some more ideas.
Thanks!
Ron-

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

  • Ron Roske Nov 26, 2007

    Sure, you can try to boot up in safe mode. Don't know if that will work in this situation, but that might tell us something.

    We most probably have one of three things happening. Either it's an LCD display problem, a bad motherboard or something is hanging things up.

    For the LCD problem, start it up in a dark room and see of there is a faint display visible.

    We'll not worry about the motherboard for the time being.

    As far a determining if there is a system hang, we need to take it down to bare bones.
    This is the procedure that I wrote up:
    Could be a power problem or could be a
    motherboard problem.

    However, before we jump to any conclusions, there are a few things that we can
    try.



    First, simply remove the battery and try to power up. Defective batteries can
    cause this type of symptom.



    If that doesn't work-

    Reseat everything, or take it down to "bare bones" and see what
    happens.(Remove the battery and don't replace it until you are done with these
    processes)



    Reseating everything means to tear it down to the point that you can access
    every connector and removable component. Disconnect each cable, and component,
    one at a time and plug it back in. While you're doing this, check for water
    stains (mineral deposits) and gently clean them with alcohol if any are found.
    If it doesn't come up after doing this, try the bare bones approach.



    By bare bones, I mean to disassemble to the point that you only have the a/c
    adapter, motherboard, 1 stick of memory and the display hooked up. At this
    point, if it doesn't come up farther than it does at present, you more than
    likely have a bad motherboard.



    If it does show signs of life, start reconnecting one item at a time, and try
    to power up after replacing each item or connector. If you replace/reconnect
    something and it no longer does anything, you have just located the part that
    is bringing your system down.



    Using this approach, I have seen memory cards, hard disk drives, keyboards,
    mice, touchpads, floppies, cd readers all cause this type of problem.
    One note on this procedure is that when using the word "disassemble", that doesn't necessarily mean to actually take it out of the computer. It is referring more to making sure that each item is totally disconnected.

    Go ahead and try these things and let me know what happened (or didn't happen, as the case may be).


    Ron-


  • Ron Roske Nov 26, 2007

    muffs,
    Well, yes, the HDD could have gone bad but let's not jump to that conclusion just yet. Try to remove the HDD and reseat it. (You stated that you had done that once, but let's do it again, just to make sure) These laptops get moved around a lot and sometimes connectivity to a device gets fouled up. Often, simply reseating the failing device a couple of times will lead to resolution of the issue.

    Another thing that you can try is to put in a bootable CD or floppy (If your machine has one) in it and try to bring it up.

    The ideal thing to try would be to put your recovery CD in and refresh the operating system. Don't suppose that you have any of those around, do you?
    Ron-

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The solution for me is to remove the AC adapter, and power on the device, it seems to work..
and then plug the AC back in

Need to do this each and every time you power on the laptop

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I was not geting any video the laptop was dead i got the moboard and coverd the plastic parts with aluminum foil and i used a hair drier and now its working fine i saw it on google video

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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When booting press f4 or f10 rapidly until start up screen pops up. if you press it beyond this point it will boot to setup

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    when booting up press f4 or f10 rapidly until the startup screen comes up but do not press beyond this point becous you will boot in to setup then you will have to hit exit it and start all over again. but it if you get it right it will boot up almost 98% of the time. i think i got this problem when i updated my bios for vista . but then went back to xp maybe a bios problem

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I fixed the problem of the black screen on startup with the leds on by removing the battery of the cmos (the one that keeps the data of the bios) which is located next to the hdd bay.
My computer is a pavilion dv2000 series, hp suggest a bios update I'll see if i get the problem again after that.
I think it all comes down to overheating...

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I to have a dv2000 excat model DV2104eu first of all it was my wireless card that stoped working then it would freeze and now its dead. But after having a look around there is a big problem with all that motherboards on the dv2000 series i rung HP and they are picking it up monday for free repair they have exstended the warrenty by an extra 2 years because of this problem so any 1 with it just ring HP and tell them.

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The issue is usually caused by broken solder connections of the GPU chip. There are two ways to fix this problem.You can reflow the GPU (repairs the solder connections) or replace the logic board alltogether. You can do it yourself or have a third party laptop repair service do it for you. You can try to replace the part yourself, it is available on any auction website. There is a Laptop repair guide that teaches you how to install the part yourself. Google how to reflow a motherboard and you will find ways to re-heat the board to repair the solder connections, chances of success of DIY reflow are around 50%.

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I have a hp dv2000, it is not coverved by warrenty. I have the same problem that you guys are encounting. When booting up the laptop it beeps 3 times the first one is a long beep following by two consistent beeps. These beeps are code and i found out it was a graphic card failure, since the graphic card is built into the laptop i have no luck. But i did find a SOLUTION, you have to leave your laptop booted up for atleast 20mins. Place it on the carpet, so your laptop can generate heat. Turn it off again and boot it up again, if it doesnt work try to leave it on for another 10mins or so or even more if you can. Hope this works for you guys

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Hey Guys - some of us need to look more carefully at the posts!

Meenkey posted THE solution to this problem a while ago.
No messing - no trying to Boot into Safe Mode (how can you with no BIOS Screen!?)

get with the program guys.......
:)

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

  • robd999 Mar 13, 2009

    Have this "classic"HP problem on a friends HP craptop - can confirm that the holding down power button after failing to start then repeating (in our case only 3 times) will ALWAYS get it to boot. But what a POS having to do that and what a POS HP (and their crappy laptops) are.

    Long Term Solution:

    Buy IBM / Lenovo

    Better machines - not plasticky junk- better service - etc etc

    HANL

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Hey guys or gals. Same thing happened to my laptop, found the solution on HP website. what you do is make sure your computer is not charging, take off the battery, then press the POWER ON button for couple of seconds, do this twice just to make sure. Then put your battery back on, and plug the charger in.

What happened with my laptop was, the dam computer would not boot, all the lights showed up but the screen was blank. It did happened when i plugged in the charger while booting which sometimes create excessive current.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=ca&docname=c00372748&dlc=en&product=3213941

there is the link to solve it. hope this helps..

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

Its one of the ram slots. mine just went out. take one card out and leave one in and turn it on. if it does the same thing switch the cards and the slots as well. eventually it will boot up. slow as hell but it will work

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

I have an HP dv2200 and I had the exact same problems described by most people, laptop would show a blank screen although the fan is running...if I took the battery out and put it back in, it would sometimes turn on...then the screen scrambled ect etc..I got this on the HP website : http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&dlc=en&lc=en&cc=us

and I called HP since my laptop was exactly 13 months old, as luck would have it ! Firstly , you have to make sure you keep customer service online since they want to hang up on just hearing that its outside warranty. Keep talking and convince them that your laptop just wont turn on. They made me do a lot of things like updating BIOS etc but my laptop blanked out and wouldnt turn on. Finally they agreed to take it in for a free repair. I just got my laptop back yesterday and now it seems to working fine. So I suggest call and talk talk talk and convince them that your comp has all the problems described on their site. Then send in the laptop !! Good luck people.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

HP notebooks get insanely hot due to the shitty fan that is the size of a quarter on the bottom of there notebooks. It can over heat the computer and burn up the motherboard. HP has been known for having this issue and they continue not to give there notebooks any lift for breathing room so the fan can cool itself down. shitty engineering is basically all it comes down to.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

I fully discharged the battery like one of the people suggested, plugged it in and it started. I dont know how long this will last. But it works, thanks alot

Posted on May 17, 2008

I found that messing qaround with the ram and just turning it on and off alot helped

Posted on May 09, 2008

WOW same symptoms on my HP dv2000. #(@) purchased and installed new HD cause same "no IDE" message when tested.

I just removed battery and rebooted and it worked.

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

The post about running the battery down and then booting off of the power cord does work. I don't know why and it make no logical sense unless there is some kind of flakey bios problem that has to do with charging the battery. I also agree that the dv2000 gets very hot for a laptop and I have to wonder if that may have somthing to do with it. I am going to reflash the bios on the next successful boot and see what happens.

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

I ran into this problem with a few computers over the years, including this same laptop. 90% of the time it is dust in the cpu socket. Just like an old nintendo cartage. what works for me is removing the cpu and inserting is back in a few times (if you have some compressed air give it a few shots). and bingo all is normal again. The only problem is, i cant get the laptop apart, i made an attempt or two but I cant figure out how to get to the heat sink on this thing. the best part is this laptop has a cpu socket so we can remove the chip and reinsert it. does anyone know how to completely tear down one of these things?

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I don't think is a virus.
I think it is either wrong hardware design or poor soldering of BGA chips.
The CPU is getting only 0.7V. It is rated 1.1V, but these laptops to save battery may be designed to work with variable CPU voltage.
Using variable CPU power is very critical and may cause the computer to not start at all. I even replaced CPU and it did not help.
Only some heating BGA chips temporary restored boot, that's why I think maybe bad soldering. Not sure about this though, bacause the same time I have removed both memory modules, and tried to boot without them. Maybe this resets something.
Low voltage design is very critical, requires perfect power supply, and is prone to noises.

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I thought i saw someone mentioning a law suit... well... count me in... this is beyond unacceptable... why would i have to keep wasting my time trying to fix it myself or on the phone with customer service... and wasting my money on getting something fixed that was sold to me BROKEN???!!!

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Boys after many hours of deep thinking, I got the solution. after a couple of hours without the batery connected or power, you can restart. that go to the cmos and make sure that the boot order is changed to boot with the hard drive first. It worked for me, let me know if it works for you. HP you owe me one

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Hi,
i assume that you are getting the ide /os not found when the hard disk has already been installed back, is it
if it is in check in the bios by pressing f2 at system logo and see if the hard disk is detected in the bios

if it is not then

either hard disk is bad

or

mother board is bad

or

connection between hard disk of mother board is bad

also if this has occured after you have done a upgrade of your system bios, that can also be one issue



further queries are welcome

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Hi, I had the same problem when booting up it says "no operating system found", I reinstalled from the HP partition, changed the HD and updated BIOS. Same problem. Mailed HP "Support" here in Denmark. They told me that the garantie was outdated and that they were NOT aware of any simular problem. I gave up with HP 'support'. My next machine will NOT be a HP. Anyway, when booting up with the battery removed I 'solved' the problem. Thanks to this forum'. It seems to be a heating problem that together with the 'power management' part of the machine is the problem. I simply cant understand that HP will not admit that they build a bad machine with some obviusely defective design areas on the motherboard. If this was a car builder they would be close to go to jail I would say. Anyway, booting up whitout battery helped me.

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hi. on the dv2000.....i have the same issue...all lights turn on but no activity or life on the screen from the laptop....can anyone help me urgently please? tried reseating the ram etc etc..no avail.

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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It could be that there is a static build up and that you need to get rid of this.

Remove the battery and the power cable and hold down the power button for around 30 seconds.

This should fix the problem...if it is the same as mine!

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Ok, so a friend was having some problems with there laptop and I found the problem was the bios needed to be undated and was not. That really messed it up apparently and had many annoying side effects on the computer. If you have an HP and you are having this problem you may want to look at the following link to see if you can get yours fixed for free. This solved my problem hope it solves yours.

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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I called hp today, for the black screen at bootup. He worked me through it perfectly. Seems when the machine sits idle too long the power starts to efecct the mother board. The solution was to remove powercord and battery, press the startup button for 30 seconds then plug back power cord and press power start button again... Then reinstall battery and start with it in again... Worked fin after that I guess hp is aware of this issue.......

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try to go into BIOS by pressing F2 or Del while booting...
then change boot device order as 1st boot device as Hard disk

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