|22 Jul 2010||#1|
Start up problem
I have a problem during the boot process. When i press my Power button its seems like everything is fine, but then this screen that shows the options to make a recovery disc or see the start up message or go to BIOS setting just freezes(and my hard drive diode doesn't blink) for a 1 minute or 2 and then boot Windows . And when I press ESC button to see the start up message it says many things and 1 of'em something like "No TPM or TPM has problem" and I don't see my DVD rom. I was thinking the problem with BIOS and i went to HP(my lap top) site and downloded the latest BIOS version they have and updated it, but it doesn't help. Any suggestions, should i run any memory test or something?
After few hours i checked my DVD drive on another Laptop and it works fine, but when I plug different DVD Rom I have the same issue: very slow boot and no DVD Drive. So it seems like motherboard AGAIN has a problem or its loop(motherboard - DVD Drive) that soldered to it.
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|25 Jul 2010||#5|
As far as I can tell, there's no TPM in your system.
So, I'd suggest going into the BIOS and disabling the ability to check for it.
Beyond that, I'm lost. I'd have to suggest posting over in the General Discussion forums.
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