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Hi Friend. I got a problem with my laptop. I'm doing a clean installtion and i got a blue screen saying i should disbale or uninstall new hardware.
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    Kraków my love :)

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How are you approaching clean installation, and what is the exact error?
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also make sure nothing is plugged into the laptop when trying to install windows EXCEPT the power cord...
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I've fix the blue screen.... I need ethernet controller device update... it's HP pavilion v9000. How can i get drivers update site?
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Go HERE
Click on your model and that will take you to all the drivers that were included when the system was new from the factory
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edit... fast fingers rshaffer61...beat me by a minute... :)

Edited by happyrock, 06 May 2009 - 06:50 PM.

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I'm sorry. :) :) :)
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I'm sorry. :) :) :)

no... your not or you wouldn't be laughing so hard... :) ....

Edited by happyrock, 06 May 2009 - 07:06 PM.

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LOOOOOL
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Welllll ok I am
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Go HERE
Click on your model and that will take you to all the drivers that were included when the system was new from the factory




Shaffer thanks, for your reply...... Am not sure if the device is the actually device, HP Pavilion DV 9000Entertainment Notebook PC. But the problem am having now is, when ever i turn off my pc and i turn it on again, it won't turn on...... Please Advice......
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You may have a faulty switch. If that is for sure the problem you will need to take it to a repair shop. From what you are describing it does sound like the on\off switch is faulty. Being a laptop or Notebook as it is called I would suggest having it looked at. Is the system under warranty still?
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You may have a faulty switch. If that is for sure the problem you will need to take it to a repair shop. From what you are describing it does sound like the on\off switch is faulty. Being a laptop or Notebook as it is called I would suggest having it looked at. Is the system under warranty still?



When i turn it on..... It shows the power light and is like it's booting, but the screen is not showing anything
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And the keyboard and mouse stop working when it finish loading window. And i need driver for :

Coprocessor,
SM Bus Controller,
NVDIA nforce Networking Controller......
They are all showing question marks.

Edited by H00k, 07 May 2009 - 03:28 PM.

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you need your chipset drivers..
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