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Won't boot up.

Last night I tried to turn my laptop on and all that would happen was I would get a black screen and the blue lights above the keyboard would turn on and off. After a minute you can hear the computer shut down and try to re-boot, but nothing would happen. I have tried removing the power source and leaving it off overnight. As you can tell, I'm awful when it comes to computers and have no idea what to do. Thanks!! Athena

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  • Athenab78 Apr 03, 2008

    Vikram, I tired what you suggested and still keep having the same problem. And ac dr, I can't enter bios. It won't let me do anything at all when I turn the power on. Thank you both for trying though.

  • mizzee Apr 08, 2008

    I am having the same problem. It happened a few weeks ago, but I gave it an hour and it started to work. Now it doesn't come on completely. I turn it on and all of the lights come on, but the screen is black and it shuts off after 30 seconds or so.

  • Mr Business Apr 11, 2008

    exactly as the others have described. the Laptop seems to power on but display remains unactive. Has a solution been found for this problem yet?

    I believe the problem to be related to the charger and it connection to the laptop more than anything else, I just want to be sure before I buy another.

  • SomConfused Apr 14, 2008

    I turn on the computer and All that happens is the blue lights come on above the keyboard, but nothing comes on the screen. The blue light above the power symbol is the only one on the bottom. I thought the battery might have died, but then why would the blue lights work?

  • weazz1965 Jan 26, 2009

    I Have the HP DV9000 and it does the samething also...have any of you got yours fixed so i know what to look at?



    Boot with a black screen and the blue lights come on...then the turn off and come back on like its trying to reboot.I hafta turn it oof and back on sometimes up to 4 times before it catches..

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    I have an HP dv2000. When I turn on the power nothing happens. The blue lights come on but the fan doesn't come on and the hard drive doesn't spin. I've tried different batteries and power supplies.

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Hi Friends,
HP Pavilion DV6000 Notebook main problem's are Power Problem, Vista Error etc..
For these problems you can visit a link by just Click Here .
For any other problems with this Notebook you can Click Here

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Hi,


This is Vikram Kumar Thumu from India-Hyderabad. I have seen your message and I would like to provide my solution on the issue.

well, this issue could happen if the Notebook is not connected properly or if FAN in the Computer is not working well. or it could also be an issue with Hardware issue.

To isolate the issue I recommend you to perform below soltuion. I hope that this will work for you and issue would be resolved.


Solution 1 : Power Drain
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Make sure that Laptop is turned OFF and then try below steps.

1. Disconnect Power cable of Notebook from Wall outlet and then also diconnect from laptop end.

2. Disconnect Power Cord and Power Adapter.

3. Remove the battery from laptop and then Press & hold Power button of Laptop ( with out power cables and battery ) for 30-40 Seconds.

4. Then try to reconnect every thing ...

I hope that this should work , if it still fails please let me know...


Bye.

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Go to bios setup press f2 or f5 f12 t o enter bios when u start sys.
then detect your hdd.
then restart and press F8 TO ENTER IN SAFE MODE.

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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    kishor khatri Apr 04, 2008

    open your laptop bak side and put away cmos cell for 15 mniutes then restart .also u can reset your bios with jumper settings.

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