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My HP TX1005au Boots errantly

My HP TX1005au started to have boot up problems recently. In the begining, it won't boot once in a while. now it does not boot until i keep on pressing f10 & f9 buttons during the start up. Once it boots up everything is fine but its refusal to boot is annoying. I changed batteries, re-seated the hard hardisk, tried replacing the bios battery. flashed the bios, re-seated the RAM too.

I regretted buying this laptop the very next day due to its terrible display. Now, i regret it ever more. and the this happened like one month after the warranty ran out.

Please help. should i get a new hard disk?

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Did that too but no use

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This is hp quality product ha ha..kidding
any ways u r using the vista its not hardware issue its the drivers issue
please run a recovery to fix it
80% of hp issues are resolved thru recovery

Posted on May 19, 2008

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