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Only getting a blue screen

When I turn my pc on, all I get is a blue set up screen and the keyboard flashes. I try to press f1 to enter set up but nothing works

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  • Anonymous May 15, 2008

    When I start up My HP it goes to the blue setup screen and then I can't get any farther from there the keyboard doesn't work for a setup menu or a diagnostic check or somthing similar.

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Hi,
hp computer is famous for all these kind of crashes
try these steps
1.) reset the ram (beliving u know how to do it)
2.)check if the keyboard is working or not
if yes reboot the comptur and keep hitting f 8 like taptap
now a black screen will *** select safe mode and try to repire the system
if not order the set of recovery disc

Posted on May 18, 2008

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Are you trying to enter (get into) BIOS?

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Pavilion:
Method 1
Enter the BIOS: Press F1 during the blue HP screen for setup.
In the BIOS: Advanced to Peripheral Configuration to Parallel Port Mode. Use ENTER key to open menu and select EPP. Press F10 to save changes and exit.
Method 2
Enter the BIOS: Press F1 during the HP boot-up screen for setup.
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source: http://www.easeus.com/disk-copy/faq1.htm

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