Hp laptop does what it wants

August 16, 2011 12:23am CST
For several days I can my laptop from Hp (Pavilion dv 9000) neither true nor go up and down when pressing the power button there is an extremely loud beeping noise. Sometimes more on the screen only one not at all, but simply stays dark. As I once suddenly managed to re-access all availed not even a complete system cleaning something .... I can help one of you and say what that thing is going on and how I can sort them in order?
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4 responses
• Indonesia
12 May 12
-beep 2 times short, problem with CMOS setting -Beep long and short time problem with RAM -Beep 1 time and 2 times the short term, problem on VGA card. -Continous long beep problem with RAM.
@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
19 Aug 11
It can be difficult to start the laptop and repair this problem yourself. You have to be a tech genious and need the screen to turn on in order to fix it. While not caost effictive, it's probably best to have the laptop sent off to be repaired. Because apparently your video card isn't activating each and every time which is why the screen doesn't light up as it should. No, I'm not an expert and don't try to be... but anyone can tell you, if you can't see what you're doing then it's impossible to fix. If the warnty is still in tact (which it should if it's only a couple years old) you should be able to ship it back to HP for repair and only have to pay for shipping. (maybe) It's been a while since I've sent my laptop off to get repaired. Though I hope yours wasn't referbished, if so you're in for some serious trouble.
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
17 Aug 11
sounds as if it would be a hard ware problem probably comes from the pipe the so-called BIOS pipe the one that possibly could be indicative by searching the internet for the BIOS pip codes for your laptop or BIOS the bios is what starts the PC, where you can tell whether it should boot from CD or HD sometimes a BIOS update help ... is associated with risks maybe you've even caught a virus only if you come back into the PC trying to make a virus scanner, for example with Avira personal- safe and at the next opportunity all your data! may come into the bios with F1 or F2 or DEL or something is different from BIOS to BIOS.
@Ghajini (776)
• Philippines
16 Aug 11
I think your having boot problems, when you turn on your laptop, you just see a dark screen and a loud beep can be heard? That sound is the bios beep, it indicates a problem on your laptop. The beeps' meaning varies, example two beeps may mean that you have a memory error or another beep may suggest a hard disk failure. It's hard to explain since I need to see the exact condition of your laptop. I suggest that you bring it to the nearest hp center or to a trusted computer workshop.