I'm having the same boot up problem with my dv9010us for the second time this year, I'm reading the "wraping" solution and I wonder if it heats up the laptop a little bit and it helps to boot up the system.
Please, let me know if I'm gettin g the right idea from your post.
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yes, i would definately try removing the memory modules and blow some forced air into the connectors as well as using alcohol on a q-tip to clean the module contacts before inserting them back into the board. If it still does not properly boot, try removing one module making sure the remaining module is seated into the #1 slot, and reboot. If it does not boot, remove and replace with the other one, leaving that one out, reboot. If, at that time, it boots, you now know which module, if any, are bad.