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Piyush206
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HP 15-bs544tu
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In few years my laptop starts with windows 10 logo on boot. But when i switch windows 10 home to pro version, my laptop starts with hp logo on boot. And it also slow my laptop booting process. What I do now?

 

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Hi@Piyush206,

 

Thanks for engaging in the HP support community! This is a wonderful location to converse with the community, get assistance, and find tips!

 

I see from the post that you are having issues with your HP Stream Notebook is powering on, however, doesn't boot into Windows, Don't worry as I have a few suggestions which should help you resolve your issue.

 

To provide an accurate solution, I'll need a few more details:

Could you provide me with the exact model number of the notebook? ( Please use this link to help you find this information: http://hp.care/2bygf7l )

Have you performed any steps on your own before posting on the HP Community?

Have you tried to boot into the Bios with the Hard drive disconnected?

Have you tried to connect an external keyboard and check if that works? Community

 

In the meantime, you perform the below steps:

Let's start off by performing a hard reset on the notebook: A power reset (or hard restart) clears all information from the computer's memory without erasing any personal data. Performing a power reset might fix conditions such as Windows not responding, a blank display, software freezing, the keyboard stops responding, or other external devices locking up.

 

Please restart the computer, tap on F10 during the restart and when you get to the BIOS interface, stay there and wait for the amount of time it normally takes to turn off, etc...and reply back with the details of what happened during your time in the BIOS interface. If the screen flickers in the Bios screen as this is outside of windows, this clearly is an indication of a hardware failure.

 

If the PC stays fine on the Bios, I would suggest you perform a Bios defaults.

Performing Bios Defaults:

  1. Turn off the computer and wait five seconds.
  2. Press the Power button to start the computer and repeatedly press the F10 key to enter the BIOS setup menu.
  3. On the BIOS Setup screen, press F9 to select and load the BIOS Setup Default settings.
  4. Press F10 to Save and Exit.
  5. Use the arrow keys to select Yes, then press Enter when asked Exit Saving Changes?
  6. Follow the prompts to restart your computer.

Alternatively, I would suggest here is to remove the hard drive and then try to check if you are able to boot into the Bios. If yes, then it's a possible hardware failure with the hard drive.

 

For more assistance, please follow this link: HP Notebook PCs - Computer Does Not Start (Windows 10)

 

Please respond to this post with the results of the troubleshooting for further assistance. I'll be more than happy to help.

Keep me posted. Happy to help!

 

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My hp laptop product number is 2EY86PA#ACJ.

Model number is HP 15-bs 544tu.

Yes I perform BIOS reset and no GUI Boot in advance settings. But nothing happens. HP logo still appears in startup. And it's too slow, and my laptop is taking more then then previous to ready to use.

My laptop boot in windows boot manager.

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@Piyush206,

 

t's a free download from Microsoft stores for the operating system you have HP cloud recovery option. Please i request follow the instructions on different windows notebook or desktop 

 

 

  • Windows 10 only

    1. From your PC, go to the Microsoft Store and search for HP Cloud Recovery Tool.

    2. Select the HP Cloud Recovery Tool App from the search results, and then click Get. Microsoft downloads and installs the App.

      HP Cloud Recovery Tool installed

  • Windows 10 or Windows 7

    1. To download the recovery software, click HP Cloud Recovery Tool.

      NOTE: 

      Alternatively, you can go to the HP Customer Support page and search for Cloud Recovery.

    2. Download and install the HP Cloud Recovery Tool. If you are prompted with a choice to run or save the file, click Run.

Step 3: Run the HP Cloud Recovery Tool

Use these steps to run the recovery software.

  1. Insert a blank USB drive (minimum 32 GB) into the computer, and then make sure the computer is connected to the Internet.

    NOTE: 

    Any data on the USB device is permanently deleted during this process. When the process is complete, the USB device contains only the recovery software.

  2. In Windows, search for Cloud Recovery, right-click HP Cloud Recovery Tool, and then select Run as administrator.

    If a Do you want to allow this app from an unknown publisher to make changes to your device? message displays, click Yes to continue.

    HP Cloud Recovery Tool with Run as administrator selected

  3. Carefully read the message on the HP Cloud Recovery Tool Welcome page, and then click Next to continue.

    HP Cloud Recovery Tool Welcome page

  4. Proxy Configuration window:

    • If you are downloading the recovery software on a secure network, the tool automatically detects and populates the proxy information. Click Next.

      NOTE: 

      If the proxy information does not automatically populate, check with your network administrator for the proxy information, and then enter it in the appropriate fields.

    • If you are downloading the recovery software on an unsecured network, skip to the next step.

    Proxy Configuration window

  5. Complete the System Information.

    • If you are running the tool on the computer to be restored, when the HP Cloud Recovery Tool detects the system information for your device, click Next.

      System Information Page

    • To manually enter the system information, check the box next to I need to enter Product ID for my HP System, enter the information for the computer to be restored, and then click Next.

      NOTE: 

      If the Product ID has an ‘AV’ before the pound sign # and the three-digit number, do not include the #xxx (where ‘xxx’ represents a number). For example, a Product ID such as JGT75AV#123, you would not include #123. Doing so generates an error.

      The Product ID might be located on the back cover of the PC. Otherwise, go to How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? (Desktop) or How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? (Notebook) for more information.

      Label with Product ID displayed

    • If the message Product ID is Not Match or Invalid. Check the "I need to enter Product ID for my HP system" and manually fill Product ID in. displays, your device is not yet available in the Cloud Recovery Tool. Go to HP Customer Support - Software and Driver Downloads for other available recovery options.

      Screen with "Product ID is Invalid" message

  6. Select your USB device from the drop-down menu, and then click Next.

    Selecting USB device

  7. Carefully read the confirmation message informing you that any information on the USB drive is deleted during the process, and then click OK, Back, or Cancel.

    Notification that USB content is deleted during the process

  8. Click Next to continue.

  9. Wait while HP Cloud Recovery Tool creates the Recovery Image on your USB drive.

    A progress bar showing the preparation of the selected USB drive as an HP Recovery boot device displays. Click Cancel at any time to terminate the process and exit the utility.

    NOTE: 

    This process might take several hours depending on the system configuration of your PC. Do not interrupt the progress by removing the drive(s) or rebooting the machine. If the process is interrupted, an error message displays.

    Progress bar showing USB preparation

  10. If the message The recovery USB Flash drive is ready. Do you want to delete the downloaded temporary files to save space in the drive? displays, click Accept to continue.

  11. When the process completes, click Finish.

    HP Cloud Recovery Tool complete window

Step 4: Recover the system

Use the recovery boot device that you created using the HP Cloud Recovery Tool to recover your system.

  1. Back up your personal files if you have not already done so. Go to HP PCs - Backing Up Your Files (Windows 10, 😎 or HP PCs - Backing Up Your Files (Windows 7) for more information.

  2. Disconnect all connected devices and cables such as Personal Media Drivers, USB drivers, printers, or faxes.

  3. Remove media from internal drives and remove any recently added internal hardware.

    NOTE: 

    Keep the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power cord connected to the computer.

  4. Insert the USB boot device that you created, and then turn off the computer.

  5. Turn on the computer, and then immediately press the Esc key repeatedly, about once every second, until the Startup Menu opens.

  6. Press the F9 key to open Boot Device Options.

  7. Use the up or down arrow keys to select the USB drive, and then press Enter.

    NOTE: 

    More than one USB drive might be available from the list of devices. If so, select one of the USB drive options from the list to see if HP Recovery starts. If recovery does not start or a non-system disk error displays, restart the computer by pressing the power button, and then repeat these steps to select another USB drive. When recovery starts, continue with these steps to complete recovery.

     

    If you cannot select the recovery media drive from the Boot Menu, disable Secure Boot and enable Legacy Mode in the BIOS.

  8. When prompted to run Recovery Manager from the hard drive or from media, select Run program from media, and then click Next.

  9. Select a language, and then click OK.

  10. Select Factory Reset, and then click Next.

    Selecting Factory Reset

  11. On the Welcome screen, click Next.

  12. Select Recover without backing up your files, and then click Next.

    Selecting Recover without backing up your files

  13. Wait while HP Recovery Manager prepares the computer for recovery and copies the files to the hard drive.

    HP Recovery Manager prepares the computer for recovery

  14. Click Skip when asked if you received a supplemental recovery USB drive from HP Support.

  15. Click Continue when the recovery preparation completes.

       CAUTION: 

    Do not stop the process while the Windows partition is being reformatted and the files to restore the hard drive are being copied.

    Recovery preparation is complete

  16. Do not remove the USB flash drive or turn off your computer during this process. The computer might go through several Software Installation screens, including black screens with the HP logo, Windows system screens, and Admin screens. This is normal.

    NOTE: 

    The recovery process might take several hours to complete depending on the system configuration of your PC.

    Software installation screens

  17. After the recovery completes, click Finish to restart the system.

    Recovery complete

  18. You can remove the USB flash drive after the PC initial setup begins.

Using the HP Cloud Recovery Tool (Windows 10) Link      

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