Bluescreen Windows 7 x 86 Ultimate!

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  1. ShareAll

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    #1 ShareAll, Jul 9, 2010
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  2. urie

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    Did you actually try the vista drivers they would probably work.
     
  3. Calistoga

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    The mobo on my dv9000 melted once because of ridiculous overheating. The computer then behaved somewhat similar to what yours are doing now.

    You could say a lot about HP, but laptop cooling is not their specialty. Though, do what urie said before taking any drastic measures ;)
     
  4. ShareAll

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    Tried the Vista drivers they have on the site, but it's not accepted to install under Windows 7.
     
  5. urie

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    What do you mean they are not accepted, More info needed. You should still be able to install them even if windows 7 says not.
     
  6. cencio

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    You need to upgrade the bios on the motherboard
     
  7. urie

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    Why does he need to upgrade the bios there is no windows 7 bioses available for this model only ones for vista and he maybe using modded bios.
     
  8. Calistoga

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    Mine is 72 °C, so yours shouldn't be anything to worry about I believe. And just to clarify, the computer I am currently using is similar to yours, dv9000-series.

    ;)
     
  9. ShareAll

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    Ok, nice to hear. My is dv9000 but more specific 9842eo. So it's the same series as you say.
     
  10. doc

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    Resolved problem

    I own a DV9790eb.

    Did last published bios-update from HP, wich "corrects" the overheating problem (puts on the vent...).

    Drivers: download and install latest NVidia drivers from nvidia.com.

    PS: there is an updated bios available if you prefer windows 7.
     
  11. urie

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    There IS NOT an updated bios for his model for windows 7 only official bois updates for his model are for vista. i,e, SLIC 2.0 not SLIC 2.1
     
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    As URIE says, there is NO updated Bios for this model. And i have tried the latest Nvidia driver from Nvidias site but that gave the black screen. So, let's see now how it works. I report back...
     
  14. ShareAll

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    Still problem when watching internet TV in fullscreen mode. It start to freeze and the sound gets crazy. Hmmm this sucks
     
  15. urie

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    Internet TV that could just be the fact your internet connection is not streaming fast enough especialy in full screen mode.
     
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