Question about HP Hewlett Packard DV9843CL Pavilion Notebook PC - REFURBISHED
Posted by Anonymous on
A notebook running VIsta, i guess.
Answer 1: the OS is corrupted. (what ever it is) VISTA?
or GPU dead.
never post PC questions lacking what OS is loaded. please.
why do you say desktop?
does that mean the internal screen is dead, long ago and now you run external screen?
if the system is still as HP made it, IS IT?
the F11 key will pop up a screen called HP restore for VISTA
use that to reInstall the HP operation system with all HP , drivers
The HP will go back to DAY 1 condition. doing that.
if someone, put in a new HDD, and the then used Microsoft disks
to install an MS OS, then the F11 HP features will be dead.
or if the Hard disk was ever fully erased. same. deal.
we cant know what you have.
im trying hard to carbon date this hold Notebook.
as you may not know the EPA mandated lead free,
this laptops that year, all failed for, GPU chip solder joints failers
called Solder ball horrors.
in the year 2008.
HP no longer supports this laptop.
they have a spec page only, software.
here is the dead HP list
of there Pavillion page.
how over the list is wrong, (common)
the list in this case means soon, gone , support'
this notebook had VISTA new.
first one vista 32 was 2008
so is a solderball, laptop, the one year never to buy any laptop.
the GPU can fail, and most did.
and the screen goes dead, then the external too can go dead.
hope that helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do the power drain
step1. Remove battery and ac adapter
step2. Hold on to power switch for 30secs-1mint
step3. Put back the battery and ac adapter
step4. Start the laptop as usual
IT SUD BOOT PERFECTLY
after doing this also if the symptoms are same
i apologise to tell u ...its gonna be Motherboard probs which is common nowadays in Most of the HP LAPTOP
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
i have the same problem although i have not contacted them i took it to a place in england in eastwood to a computer store he changed the motherboard and graphicsa card and ive been running it for a year now with no problems
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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