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abi_designer
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Press the ESC key for Startup Menu ( Stop here & not start Windows )

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Press the ESC key for Startup Menu ( Stop here & not start Windows  )


Hp Pavilion DV5-1040ee ( Windows VISTA )


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CherylG
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Can you enter BIOS setup by tapping F10 key immediately after powering on? If so go to Diagnostics and test your hdd.

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when i Press F10 not work.Stop title menu

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Remove the hdd and see if it will boot. Do you have Recovery Disks?

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i have recovery disk.but when i run recover disk not work & stop on hp logo ( title menu )

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Did you try removing the hdd to see if it will boot into BIOS? A bad or loose hdd can cause a no- boot .

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Thanks.The problem was solved

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You're welcome. Removing the hdd resulted in ability to boot?

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Thanks!! Taking out the hard drive and simply re-attaching it a little tighter worked for me...I guess it was a bit loose. Thanks!!!

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@smpeguero

 

You're quite welcome.Sometimes just reseating the hdd does the trick... Glad it worked for you.

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