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While in Safe Mode.... Go to HP.com, Support, Drivers.... Download the latest video drivers, including the "Chipset" drivers. Then, uninstall all video drivers by going to control panel, (System, Device Manager) Reboot system, hopefully Windows will install the correct drivers upon reboot. After reboot, re-run the new drivers
If you simply reboot is should start normally. If it does not complete the boot process it will bring you to the safe mode boot options after a restart. If this is the case you have other problems post back.
Sorry you are having trouble. Try this: turn unit on. Press F8 to goto safe mode. Goto control panel. Goto System. Goto Device Manager. Look for display adapters. Remove whatever is listed there (write it down first) Reboot to normal mode. What should happen is that windows will detect a display adapter and install it. let me know if you need more info.
boot in safe mode or vga mode by holding f8 on startup. If you can see vga or safe mode the resoution is too high for the card or monitor. Once in via reduced mode uninstall your video driver and reboot. If it tries to add a driver make sure to set the resolution lower. If low resolution doesn't work then you may have a hardware problem.
suspected hard disk faulty or OS corrupted.
to check, take out your hard disk and put it in other laptop. if the problem persist your OS is corrupted. In that case, you need to reformat your OS in a defaulty factory settings.
If your Usb port works, then the mobo is working, so possible graphics problem.
Try booting up in safe mode(normally pressing F8) on boot up then highlight 'start windows in safe mode', to see if Windows will load with only minimal drivers, if so restart again, pressing F8 again, but this time highlight 'start windows with last known good configuration'
Doing any of these 2 things can be done in any order, either last known good config first or safe mode.