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jb90
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2011 HP omni 220 gets to blue screen and stops booting.

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HP OMni 220 PC All in one
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 I have tried hard reset, getting to bios, hitting F11, took out battery and checked voltage, re seated memory, removed hard drive, tapped it and put it back together.   I tried a windows 7 repair disk, opening and closing the DVD player and thats about it.

 

Suggestions?

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Grzwacz
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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not an HP employee.

 

Can you get to the BIOS? Immediately tap "ESC" at system restart. Select "Setup" from the Menu.

 

What do you see when you have a bluescreen? Any error messages?

 

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Blue screens can be hardware or system driver problems.

 

Getting to the BIOS is a good sign.

 

Regards

 

 

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No go on bios.

Blue screen with hp logo and computer hangs. Press escape to access setup menu is all the screen says. No error message.

Does sound like hard drive is clicking though.
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Hi jb90,

 

A clicking HDD could be the problem device.

 

So when you press "ESC" per the blue screen prompt the BIOS does not open?

 

Do you have a spare HDD or SSD you could try to see if the current HDD has failed?

 

You could pull the HP HDD. Connect the possible failing HDD to a different PC. This might  allow you to back up data if the HDD has not completely failed.

 

Regards

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I tried a new logic board on the hard drive and still the blue screen with an unresponsive keyboard.  The HP Logo with hit esc for menu.

 

I put into another computer and the hard drive is not recoginzied.

 

Is it the hard drive?

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Hi jb90,

 

Yes, It appears the HDD is toast if this drive is not recognized when installed as a data drive in a different PC.

 

Regards

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