12-25-2010 04:51 AM
please to any admin or modulator out there help me to solve the problem of my laptop..
When I start my computer (a 1 month old HP laptop with Intel i3 core processor that came with Windows 7) it pauses on the prompt screen and then error message "error sending end of post message to ME" pops up, and then the computer starts normally.and i observed that its exaust fun sounds is so audible or louder than the forst time i used it even though there is no programs working or open... then wen i am gonna shut down my laptop it doesnt turn off that it used to be...the power light is still on the exaust fun mechanism is still airing some air...
and wen i trouble shoot it this driver does have exclamation mark on it "intel (R) management engine interface"
huhuhu/..dont know what to do...i am afraid that one day i will not able to open my laptop...
12-25-2010 09:00 AM
what are the rest of the alphanumerics after dv3-
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04-25-2013 11:02 AM
I have an EliteBook 8540p (NU486AV).
Since a few weeks I have the problem that the notebook takes extremely long when i turn it on until the HP logo appears. After the logo appears, it takes a long time until a blinking curser appears, that is followed by a message saying "Error sending end of post message to ME". Sfter that, the Windows 7 boot process starts. The whole startup takes about 3 minutes. Before it used to take about 20 seconds until i was logged into Windows. I updated BIOS to the newest version and set back the factory defaults. The harddisk has absolutely nothing to do with this error, since I replaced it with a new one, tested it with a factory tool and checked all S.M.A.R.T messages. The notebook also seems to have difficulties with stadby or hibernation. It always shuts down completely nomatter what I chose to do. Please help! Thank you.
04-25-2013 07:09 PM
If you are getting this message as soon as you start the computer there is a problem with the POST (Power On Self Test), which indicates hardware issues. You indicated the unit is new. Time to call HP and request warranty service.
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