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Hi Team,

 

I've HP Pavillion p252tx whenever I start my notebook it is not showing splash screen/logo of HP during startup, there is a black screen for few seconds afterwards it directly take me to the Windows logo n windows starts normally. My only concern is why it is not showing HP logo on the startup.

 

 

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Hi @Saeed8,

I hope you enjoy your visit to the HP Support Forums. I understand you are have a question about the start up screen. I will be glad to help you.

 

It is not a major issue.  The windows icon file may have been move , delete or renamed. As long as the computer completes the boot.

  if you wish to try to fix try Microsoft Fix It.

 

Please keep me informed of how things went. 

If you require further assistance, let me know and I will gladly do all I can to help you.

Please let me know if this resolves the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution".
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Thanks.

 
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Hi Tardis,

 

Thanks for the reply, my concern was missing HP logo on the startup not Windows Logo. Will FIX IT resolve the missing boot logo of HP  

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I didn't find FIX IT a good solution as it is not working in any case. Kindly help to resolve the issue.

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Hi @Saeed8,

 

Try following the step from Computer Does not Start (Windows 7, Vista, XP)

 

Please keep me informed what happens. 

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Seems like you don't understand the problem.

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Hi Saeed,

What happens if you press the Escape button continuously when booting the notebook?
Will there appear a menu with a few options, like BIOS, Boot options?

Also, on my HP notebook I can change the HP logo on bootscreen to a picture I want there to appear.
This option is accessible in BIOS on HP Probook 4540s.
I can not tell if this is applicable to your notebook.
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By pressing ESP key multiple times while booting,  there appear a red screen with following options:

 

Windows with SLIC Loader (default)
Windows without Loader
Windows with SLIC Loader (use alternate method)
Windows with SLIC Loader (use low memory)
Windows with SLIC Loader (full debug output)
Windows with SLIC Loader (more forceful - may crash)
Load External Menu (menu.lst)
Grub Command Line

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