HP/Compaq :: Hp Zd7377ea Screen Failure

Mar 9, 2009

My zd7377ea has started on start up to show virtical lines and stalls before xp starts then black screen after a while it crashes and restarts. when started in safe mode the screen is distorted but webpages are ok it has a NVIDIA geforce FXgo 5700 card

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HP Compaq Presario CQ61 Display :: Black Screen On Power Up - BIOS Corruption Failure?

Nov 15, 2012

I have a Compaq Presario CQ61 Product: VM9496Q2X Model: CQ61-319WM, that has a black screen when I power up.  The wifi button stays red and the caps lock flashes twice.  I believe this indicates a BIOS corruption failure.  I have tried resetting by unplugging and removing the battery, and holding the power button for 30 seconds.  I have tried the f8 key and the esc repeatedly at power up. I have also tried pressing the windows and B key along with the power key but nothing worked.  

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Acer :: Aspire 8920G - Black Screen -> Alt+f10 Failure

Jul 27, 2009

I have an Aspire 8920G laptop.

I have Windows Vista Home Premium preinstalled (with no installation nor recovery disks delivered).

I accidently hit the arcade button on the cinedash panel, instead of the power button. The computer started directly up into arcade deluxe, after a short install. Nice feature

I thought, and choose to exit arcade through the exit feature. Then I noticed that the computer prepared to hibernate, but instead it shut off after it finished.

After turning the computer on, a small complaint about improper closing the computer popped up, and I choose to start windows normally. Now the boot loader ran, and when I expected the logon screen, instead I met a black screen with a working mouse cursor. I eventually had to force power down, since crtl alt delete didn't work.

Since then, all boot options, safe mode etc leads to the same black screen.

Vista looks like it's going to boot normally then goes to a black screen with a working mouse pointer. The hard disk light just pulses every couple seconds.

I tried extracting the battery but it doesn't work.

I tried to alt+f10 - Vista Recovery page, so it gives me menu called "Edit Boot Options". There is the path to winload.exe and this:
"Partition: 2
Hard Disk: b8f0ffa4

[ /NOEXECUTE=OPTIN
]"
That's all what I have when I press ALT + F10.

I could type "Enter" = nothing happened
"Esc" = shutdown the system
"F8" = go to recovery page.

Hit f8:

Goes to a "Vista system recovery" or something like that, i'm not quite sure what its name was. Anyway it had about 6 options, including "Get windows to check for and correct the faults on your disk" in a little bit more high tech talk. And "Restore to a earlier point". Since the "Checking and correct faults" said it was recommended, i thought i'd go for that.

It ran its tool, told me to click the restart button. Runs it again, tells me to restart again.

And now it enters its final state - Its virtually dead :|. If i turn it on, it will go to the black screen, that talks about an improper shutdown, with the options for Safe Mode, Safe mode with networking.. etc. Any of these 4 options all result in the same black screen displaying only the mouse cursor.

I was not trying to install or upgrade nothing, was not trying to change form vista to xp or so.

I have not deleted any hidden partition (as far as I know...)

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Acer Aspire 5552g :: Black Screen / Failure To Boot?

Jan 22, 2015

I've now spent many hours of research and troubleshooting to try to fix this issue, both via external sites through google search and here on Acer site.
 
It is the same issue reported many times: Acer 5552g laptop powers on, but does not boot up -I get blank / black screen, fan sound briefly, then idle, and that's the end of. Also, when I do manage to get it going (booting), it seems a totally random event...

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HP Mini 210-1060EV Display :: Black Border - Screen Shifted Down After Power Failure

Jun 19, 2013

HP Mini 210-1000 ... Actually it's HP Mini 210-1060EV PC  
 
From product specifications: Display: 25.6 cm (10.1") Diagonal WSVGA LED HP BrightView Infinity Widescreen Display BID (1024 x 600)
 
Battery has been dead a long time. My display drivers  and BIOS have recently been updated from HP website. After a power failure and a restart, the display looks weird. It was shifted about an inch downwards with a black border at the top, over which the mouse will not go, and the taskbar is not visible as is off the bottom of the screen.
 
When I go to Screen Resolution from Windows by right clicking on desktop resolution is set as 1024x768, when I click on Advanced Settings, Monitor tab,  Monitor is set as Generic Non-PnP Monitor (1024x768 60Hz). When I change to 1024x600 it looks blurry and stretched vertically, but the screen is still shifted downwards with black border on top. 
When I enter Intel Graphics Settings I can do the same changes as in the Windows dialog box (640x480, 800x600,1024x600,1024x768).  

In the Aspect Ratio Options when I select Fullscreen (No-Border) the  Black border is fixed but the screen still appears streched vertically but the screen is cut off at the bottom with no Taskbar visible. Re-installed graphics driver as well as a few Monitor Type Drivers from windows, nothing changes. When I turn the notebook on, the HP Quickweb screen also appears as a 1024x600 stretched vertically with no black border at top but going off the display at the bottom.
 
It appears that  Windows and Hp Quickweb see the display as 1024x768 60Hz after the power failure. Before that, I had installed some Windows Updates but nothing related to Display drivers. I only had a System Restore point from earlier that day (very low free hard drive space?) but that didnt do anything.
 
Guessing it's a registry/driver problem since no pixels are bad and the black border on top is fixed in Aspect Ratio Options when I select Fullscreen (No-Border).

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Dell Inspiron 14Z 5423 :: Boot Failure - Fails To Load Setup Screen

Apr 14, 2013

My husband came home from work saying his laptop doesn't work, being the naturally skeptical wife, I tried to boot it up, thinking I'll f10 (Well, f12 - turns out) the problem away.  If that worked, we wouldn't be here.  Anyway.  9_9

The laptop turns on without a problem, and presents me with the Dell loading screen.  The loading bar is present, but nothing is actually 'loading'.  There are two options in the lower right hand corner, "F2 - Setup" and "F12 Boot Options".  If I turn the laptop on and press one of these buttons really quick (within a second), then that option will be highlighted, but nothing more occurs.  I've tried this for both F2 and F12.

I've tried:

-Boot Options - fails to load the options screen
-Setup - fails to load the setup screen
-Turning the power off and holding the button down.
-PSA ...  Pre-startup Analytics...?  Didn't work.  Spent 5 minutes tapping F12 once a second.
-All of the above with and without the AC adapter in.
-Taking the battery out (Oi, that was fun.) and plugging it back in.

None of these yielded different results.

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HP/Compaq :: DV5-Z Hardware Failure

Dec 13, 2009

I have the following system:

HP DV5-Z CTO1000
AMD Turion ZM-80 2.1Ghz @65nm and .950 Voltage
3GB PC26400 RAM (Samsung 2GB, Elpida 1GB)
ATI Radeon HD 3200 w/ 256MB shared memory
Windows 7 Ultimate

In normal use (meaning browsing the web, listening to mp3 music, watching h.264 video, using MS Office, etc) there is absolutely nothing wrong with the machine. However, after a few minutes of light gaming, such as the Sims 3 or World of Warcraft on low settings, the entire system locks up and shows the following screen. The only thing that remains functional is the caps lock button, which lights on and off when pressed. No alt+tab, no ctrl+alt+dlt, nothing else.

At first I thought this was an overheating issue, as placing a desk fan near the heat vent made the problem delay. Instead of deathscreening a few minutes into playing the game, I could get a good hour or two of functionality. But even with the desk fan in a cold environment, the problem still occurs.

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HP/Compaq :: Dv2220us Hdd Failure

May 5, 2010

i have a dv2220us i purchased sometime in late 06 early 07 had a few issues over the years nothing major.

sunday 04/02/10 i pick my laptop up slide my finger across touchpad and nothing happens. quick launch buttons are lit, power light is on and wifi selector is orange while in on position. hmmm...i power it down then start it back up. it's much quieter than it has ever been and extremely cool. i pull hard drive cover and notice it's not spinning at all.

i remove hdd from chassis plug it in to coolmax cd-350 and my wife's dv4t hdd starts clicking, buzzing, beeping and grinding. i'm certain it's dead and i don't care if i'm able to salvage anything from it.

i purchased a wd6400bevt as a replacement, but i never made back up disks. i've installed the new drive all quick launch lights are on power light is on and wifi is orange. i know this hdd has no os or drivers, but i was hoping the monitor would wake up.

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HP/Compaq :: DV8000 Vid Failure

Aug 15, 2009

is it possible to buy a new video module for a HP DV8000 17" laptop? Mine took a dump on my, cant get into windows at all, and when its posting there's red lines all over. I can get into safe mode, but thats cause its just a normal VGA driver, but theres still lines all over the screen. Its been a great laptop, and I would hate to not be able to fix her.

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Feb 28, 2009

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HP/Compaq :: HP HDX 18 Boot Failure Hdd Led Red Blink

Feb 13, 2010

I was using my laptop normally when suddently it began to freeze. No blue screen, no reboot, just freeze under Win7.

I did hard reboot to Win XP, same problem. And I re-tried to reboot under Ubuntu, same problem, freeze...

So, I tried a memtest because at this moment I was expected a ram problem, but nothing, 3 pass OK, no error.

BUT after that, next reboot, even no Bios...
Black screen, no bip, JUST the hdd led blinking in red.

So I tried to change the hdd (by a one I'm absolutly sure it works)
Same problem.
I tried to boot on a cd as well, it doesn't work.

What the meaning of red blinking on hdd led? (Normally this led is always white)

Someone knows the errors codes of the HP hdx 18t?

I'm supected a cpu or motherboard failure.

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HP/Compaq :: F700- Hardware Failure

Jan 18, 2010

I have a compaq presario f700 and I got it in november of 2007. Anyways today I was surfing the web when all the sudden in lost the internet connection. The little orange light next to the switch was on but the switch was turned on. it would not find any wireless networks so I reinstalled the wireless driver from the recovery program and it worked for like 10 minutes, then the orange light came back on and I lost internet connection. Anyways I have reinstalled windows twice now and I still cannot get the computer to find any wireless connections and the blue light will not come on, it stays orange. Is this a software problem or did my broadcomm wireless hardware thing take a crap?

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HP/Compaq :: Dv9500t Video Failure

Dec 15, 2009

I have a DV9500t with a nvidia 8600gs card in it. Last Friday my wife brought it to work and when she was leaving she just shut the laptop and stuck it in our notebook bag. When she got home we went out to eat and when we got back we took the laptop out and it was very very hot and smelled a little funny, apparently the damn thing didn't go to sleep when my wife closed the lid. Great HP workmanship there.... Well I let it cool off and turned it on... It started showing little red dots all over and when it tried to boot into windows there was multi colored lines up and down the screen. I could boot into safe mood and see everything, but the display was still a bit screwy show little red dots and artifacts everywhere...

So I've concluded that the video card overheated and I'm lucky it didn't start on fire, but at the same time the laptop is unusable. Is there anything inexpensive that I can do about this? The warranty expired a year and a half ago and I certainly can't afford a new laptop at this point. This is very frustrating since I thought the laptop would last at least another year.... Does anyone know if the video card can be replaced?

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HP/Compaq :: Dv7 Media Button Failure

Feb 16, 2009

So yesterday after getting home i decided to use my laptop. Well i opened up the screen and noticed my wifi and sound buttons were orange but the sound was still on and so was the wifi. First things first i tried new drivers... No luck. After this i decided to open up the laptop and check the cable. Durring this i got the wifi button to work for about 5 seconds im not sure what i did but it still dosent work. I even tried another media bar cover from a working dv7 still no luck. So does anyone know where my problem might be or do i have to send this laptop into hp?

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HP/Compaq :: MBR Error + Media Test Failure

Nov 6, 2009

My HP dv1000 hasn't been working too well for several weeks. Recently, when I started it up, it showed the HP logo, then just said MBR error. I was following these instructions on how to fix it [url], but when I put a new XP CD in and pressed a key to boot from CD, it came up with this error message:

PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel Boot Agent.

Has my laptop reached the end of its life?

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HP/Compaq :: HP V6305nr Wireless Card Failure

Nov 24, 2009

way to test the wireless card in the laptop, seems to be dead. The laptop is almost 3 years old and is no longer under warranty.

This model of laptop (in general) had a lot of issues due to the faulty Geforce go 6150 GPU, and I guess that the excessive heat generated by it has taken it's toll.

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HP/Compaq :: DV5t- BIOS Update Failure

Oct 26, 2009

Hp update popped up on my DV5t-1000 and asked me if I want to update the bios version. I downloaded it, but while the installation an error occurred and it dumped all the memory to the hard drive. After a restart, it does not even show the hp logo only a black screen. All the led lights are on not blinking.

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HP/Compaq :: Display Driver Failure Message On Dv5z When Using Acer Monitor

Feb 28, 2009

I was enjoying my new dv5z and my new Acer V193w monitor when the screen started flashing. I got a message stating that there was display driver failure or something to that effect. It happened once more and then I got a blue screen suggesting I remove any recently installed hardware.

I updated the monitor driver and all seemed well for a while...until it hapenned again tonight.

Laptop specs

- HP Pavilion dv5z
- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
- AMD Athlon(TM) X2 Dual-Core Processor for Notebook PCs QL-62 (2.0GHz)
- 3GB DDR2 System Memory
- 160GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive
- ATI Radeon(TM) HD 3200 Graphics
- 15.4" diagonal WXGA High-Definition HP BrightView Widescreen Display (1280 x 800)
- SuperMulti 8X DVD+/-R/RW with Double Layer Support

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HP/Compaq :: Dim Screen After Laptop Screen Replacement

Feb 7, 2009

i broke my lcd screen a few days ago and i got a replacement from ebay. i installed it but i can see the image on my screen but it is verrry dim. there's no back light. so i put the old screen and turned it on and the back light is very bright but the lcd is cracked and messed up. i don't understand how could that be that the new screen is dim and the old one still is bright but messed up.

the model of the laptop is hp dv6605us

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Aug 7, 2014

I have a two week old HP Envy 15 laptop running Windows 8.1. Today I plugged my cell phone into the laptop to sync my music and the phone was NOT recognized as a device. Then my logitech mouse and keyboard immediately stopped working. They work via a mini usb bluetooth. I tried rebooting and that didn't fix the problem. I checked the device manager and some usb devices were showing yellow. They were
 
- Intel 8 Series / C220 Series USB EHCI #1 8C26- Intel 8 Series / C220 Series USB EHCI #2 8C2D- USB Root Hub (xHCI)
 
I rebooted into diagnostics and tested each USB port and it said the USB ports were fine. Rebooted again and still nothing was working. I followed the steps to uninstall the devices and then reboot, and nothing happened except now the bad devices are listed as "Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller" and "Unknown Device". I've tried reinstalling the driver to no avail. The HP and Intel sites don't have a driver package for Windows 8.1 that works. The HP Intel Chipset Installation Utility does not install properly - "An unknown error occurred. Setup will exit"I checked the event logs and they had a few events about the "pointer device". "A pointer device reported a bad angular logical range", "A pointer device reported a bad angular physical range", and "A pointer device did not report a valid unit of angular measurement".At this point, the ports allow power though, but still won't connect anything plugged into them. Is this just a plain hardware failure or is there something more I can do to get this working without having to send the laptop back?

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Dell :: M1330 Gpu Or Lcd Failure?

Mar 12, 2010

I have a small problem with my m1330 laptop. At some times it works perfectly, but at other times it will boot up but only a series of colours as can be seen in the image below.

I wanted first though it was a problem with the LCD, but later read that there are quite some problems with the m1330 gpu. Do you think I need a new LCD or that the GPU is to blame?

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Dell :: M1210 CPU/GPU Failure

May 10, 2010

Has anyone had a GPU problem fixed more that one year out of warranty?

During my 1 year warranty the motherboard and CPU were replaced twice. My warranty ended in 2008

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Dell :: Hardware Failure On My XPS

Jun 10, 2009

After assembelling it today, i found that when i plug it in and try to boot it up (everything hooked up correctly) the harddrive spins for 3-4 seconds with the green LED on and then it shuts down. No fans. No screen. No life?

Also when i touch the on button, the Wifi LED flashes for what feels like a millisecond. It has no BIOS or anything else installed, the battery got disconnected so i guess that means im in no mans land.

UPDATE:

Just reseated the CPU and it kind of works :/ It turns on and stays on, with the first 2 leds of power and the one to the right turning on. No fans spin and the screen is blank but atleast its turning on now... Ill fiddle some more and find out whats wrong.

UPDATE:

I entered a disk to the drive.. It spins it and seems to run. The screen (monitor) is still black however? But does this mean i can boot on the bios off a disk now?

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Jun 12, 2009

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Jan 16, 2009

I attempted to upgrade my ageing aspire 3053 to the quickest processor I could find, a Turion mobile X2 - TL-60 to be exact.

I prepared well for it, buying arctic silver 5, IPA and whatnot. I even paid some dodgy ebayer 2.50 for the service and repair guide for it.

However, it has not gone very well, after installing said new processor, the only thing the machine would do was turn on, pass POST and then the fan would spin at 3 bazillion RPM and then switch off. Cue 7 attempts of applying the thermal compound and much swearing, still to no avail.

After leaving it on the coffee table in bits for the past 3 weeks, I finally decided to call it a draw and re-install the old Sempron. Oh dear. Didnt quite go as expected either....

My machine now is only half the laptop it once was pre-faffing. I can no longer complete the XP setup, as, after all the files are copied across, and you enter the stage where you set up the internet connection, quite a few odd things happen. The cursor jumps around the screen like the machine is struggling and you have to hold down the keys for at least 30 seconds each to get them to register.

I have taken it to bits again to see if I could faff with it some more, and have noticed a couple of things:

1) The mainboard appears to be now warped.

2) There is a slight burr on the heatsink where the cpu core will sit - looks like a manufacturing defect.

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Feb 16, 2010

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So I have looked into replacing the fan which actually seems very simple. My problem is, before I pay the money for a new fan, how do I ensure that the problem is actually the fan and not the thermostat on the motherboard which would make replacing the fan worthless.

The fan would be repairable, however, a failed thermostat means that I should just back up the hard drive and prepare for eventual component failure as it is heating up like a sun of a gun now.

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Jan 16, 2009

When idle, my harddrive makes a very faint clicking noise. By "clicking", I mean the same sound it makes when it is loading something... you know, that "tik tik tik" noise.

However, when idle, it tends to make little "tik" noises every 2/3 seconds or so.

Now, according to the internet, clicking means my HD is about to die... but having looked on youtube, by clicking people mean very loud clicking, like i was turning a light switch on and off...

Now I don't know. Is "access" clicking every few seconds normal? Or should i get my hd replaced??

To clarify, the clicking i am experiencing is no louder than the clicking you hear when ur HD is accessing information. If I used HDParm and play with the settings, the clicking sounds becomes almost impossible to hear and less frequent.

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Dell :: GPU Temperature Failure M1330

Apr 12, 2010

ive been getting a vibe that my M1330 may bite the dust soon or relatively soon although its been pretty great and ive been praying that it doesnt have the issue.

Anyhow, I installed HWMonitor and basically I get temps averaging in the low-mid 70s and sometimes in the 80s. The highest it has ever gone since installing it two weeks ago was 84 C.

So at what temps exactly should I start to get worries are 70s bad?

Then my external hard drive has decided to give me corrupt errors so I cant even backup my files now ...

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Jul 8, 2009

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