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DV9000 issues My laptop si randomly restarting itself before BIOS. From this point I`ve got two possible cases: 1)either it constantly restarts itself, with no possible way of getting in BIOS. 2) it boots, everything works fine, except WLAN that just dissapared from the sistem. I can`t turn it on, windows doesn`t see it,the led doesn`t change color.I never changed components, nor did I change bios settings.

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  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2007

    same problem



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I could not get my dv9000 to boot also. I had it under warranty, so I called up HP. They sent me a box, and I shipped it via FedEx (no cost to me since it was still under warranty). I got it back 8 days later. It was a motherboard issue for me, and they had to replace just the motherboard.

They didn't format my hard drives, which I am thankful for. If your laptop is under warranty, I suggest calling HP up and having them fix it.

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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.

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  • sam89007 Dec 12, 2007

    hey, so ur 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 have board ,cpu or power problem 
    ....which can be fixed by repair only.



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