PC Doctor BIOHD-2 error code
HP Pavilion FK484AV-ABA, model m4900t running windows 7 64 bit. The RAID-1 configuration.
PC crashed. Cannot restart. Starting cold, received error message failure of RAID-1 and two hard drives. PC-Doctor ran and received the following diagnoses:
Processor, memory, drives hard all OK.
Diagnosis of startup path
Error code: BIOHD-2
ATTENTION: No disk is detected.
Suggestion: Turn off the system and check the drive cables are attached firmly.
Given that the PC-Doctor verified that both drives are OK, I'm assuming that the cables were also OK. Any suggestions on what may be the problem?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Go into the BIOS to see if the discs are recognized. Post your results here.
This is an unusual condition for PC Doktor to report. Normally a BIOHD-2 error code means that a hard drive has failed, but I have no doubt that both drives failed at the same time.
Tags: HP Desktops
I have a HP Elite, office e9270t model running 64-bit Windows.
Read the mail, nothing new installed, computer stops responding.
He can not get Windows to boot in any mode (std or repair).
Fact Diag tools of marketing, all OK tests except by car.
BIOHD-8 error code.
I read a few posts saying that the disc is bad, some say a motherboard, some say that the driver update.
Any help appreciated to get this unit up and running to back up my files on the desktop!
Thank you, Marty
FYI and this can help other institutions; I went to a technical support at Staples for options.
They checked the unit possibility of recovering files to the user free of charge.
The Tech pulled the side cover, something plugged in and all my files reappeared on his monitor.
Make a complete copy of all the files is $69.99 (on their records or to your external drive, takes a few days).
I opted for the copy of all the files and they will check the disk drive in the process.
In the meantime, I'll check your video instructions that you so graciously provided.
Thanks & many congratulations!, Marty
2006 HPc1487c w/2 x 1 GB + 2 x 500 memory abandons geezer year old ghosts and this78 soon to follow. But made a full recovery and was able to run PC-Doctor, who advised: on the system memory:
Has no auxiliary fault model Test ME516-3W code
Checkerboard Test ME516-15W error code
Market the error code a test of law ME516-18W
Error code bit low test ME516-14W
Waling error code a try on the left ME516-17W
then prompty died again. Logic tells me that a module of memory went bye bye. Can someone tell me precisely on these error codes. Thank you
Matched pair means; same manufacturer, same chip type, same size, same CASE, etc. Would you buy a pair as two memory DIMMs together. You might have the same 512 MB DIMM in blue locations and the two dimms of 1 GB in black locations. I balanced in blue locations and matched pairs slots black and they are different manufacturers in my m9200t system. However, I took care to ensure that both ca and tension were the same (Samsung and Kingston DIMM).
I have Roxio EMC 9, creator of 2009 and 2010 of creator. EMC 9 went unsupported 2.5 years ago. EMC 9 has written for 32-bit operating systems, and it will not more than 3 GB even recognize on an operating system to 64-bit with more than 3 GB.
I am running vista Home premium that came pre-installed (so I don't have a disc) on a hp pavilion slimline S3500f
I had a problem when windows wouldn't load, just kept freezing and restarting a couple of times before it load.
I was recommended to change my graphics card, which I did and windows starts to load and then arrested again.
Then I got a blue screen Uni, when I ran a diagnostic test, I got an error code BioHD-8 a smart test failed on the drive
I have Norton anti-virus installed on the pc
I would really appreciate your help on this, thanks in advance
I would suggest to run Startup Repair and check if it helps:
Otherwise, I suggest you post the question in the hp forum and check if that helps:
It will be useful.
HP Pavilion a666ot windows Vista 32 bit
Biohd-8 error test of ST 3200822as (5LJICDW3)
I installed a second hard drive to recover some files for my daughter. But the test was on my C drive; not the added disk.
Good idea, sorry didn't us understand this completely
After reading some of the forums on this error code, I think I'll have to buy a new hard drive. I was hoping that if I got the HP recovery kit I was able to fix mine. I also got a 0xef0003 error code. I tried to use the built in recovey but no luck. now all I have is a black screen that says no bootable disk. so I is a 2 part question.
1. If I buy a new hard drive will it take the recovery kit HP offers? I have no disk backup.
2 and I can up grade hard drive? say a 1 to maybe 2 with to make any other update to the computer?
OS - Windows 7
Product - AY581AA-ABA
Thank you for your help...
Btheone, welcome to the forum.
Here's a guide for you help restore the system after replacing the hard drive. Read it carefully before buying the new hard drive.
Please, click on "Thumbs Up +" if I helped you and click "Accept as Solution" If your problem is resolved.
I inherited this machine to a family member when they panicked after seeing the error message... Hard drive failure... back up your data and replace your drive. According to the newspapers, the drive does not have a single "smart test. I'm not convinced that the player is in danger of failure - especially if it didn't happen in the three months since the first error. Is it possible to 'clear' this error so he'll leave me to press F2 to start?
If you value your data, then buy a new drive hard $50.
My machine does not start. The diagnostic test reflects this message: BioHD-4 unitialized/corrupt start detected structure. What should I do to fix this? The machine is Compaq Presario KJ384AA-ABA
Thank you very much, Big Dave! My son asked me to take the computer to the shop, but I went to the article that you referenced in your message. The key for us was opening the command prompt with the recovery disk and use the bootrec command. He's back running. Thanks again!
When I try to start my computer... it does nothing. I don't understand. I tried searching on the internet and not had much luck. So, if there is someone out there who can help. I would really appreciate it.
The hard disk may be failing. It seems to be a problem with certain models of HP. See this:
HP Pavilion a6530f
does not start:
Received error Code on following "The PC Doctor Diagnostics"
"Error code: BIOHD-4 Unitialized/corrompue start structure detected."
The statement was to: "contact HP support.
How should I proceed? Thank you.
You are indicating your computer is also the message BIOHD-4, is that correct? I'll be happy to help you.
If you replace your hard drive with a hard drive that is empty, you will also need the operating system disks available. It is rare to come across a store bought a hard drive with an operating system on it because all the software and drivers should be installed on the hard disk.
Please answer as soon as possible.
I'm working on a HP Pavilion p6214y desktop PC.
Just to list the specifications for any unusual problems:
OS = Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
MB = HP P/n: 513430-002 with AMD Athlon II x 4 620 Quad Core
HD = Western Digital 1 TB
Power = 350W LiteOn
RAM = 8 G
I get a blue screen that displays the 4 options and I chose F9 for diagnosis and he gave me a BIOHD-2 error code when checking the hard drive. He said that no hard drives have been detected. I read about it here and checked the bios and it does not find the hard drive. If most people say it's a bad hard drive. Although I put the drive in another computer and I can get the files from the hard drive and view them. It detects the drive in the bios. I also put a disc hard work of the other computer in this HP and it will not recognize a hard drive via the bios. Given that the motherboard does not recognize HDD through sata ports I guess a mother board failure. I then put in a usb bootable Ubuntu 12.10 version. He turns round and will have access to the internet and everything. So, my little knowledge, means that the motherboard is still okay, right? I don't think I read everywhere that the motherboard can go wrong only to sata ports. Anyone know if this is a possibility? Is there a chance that I could save the situation by buying a set of recovery disc for this model precise and just reinstall everything? I heard that they are usually $ 20, then it would be a good trial and error.
In addition, it will allow recovery sometimes on the blue screen screen, but he won't do anything because the keyboard stops working at this time.Just another tech junkie.
If you use ubuntu since the USB drive and not the hard drive, then Yes, there is a real possibility that the motherboard sata controller has failed.
I think the motherboard of your model is notorious for failures of controller sata as evidenced in these numerous threads below.
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I'm helping a friend fix an error message received at startup - error: "echec failed boot drive, enter the system disk and press enter". Pressing F9: Diagnostics - results in all tests pass except the path of the boot: Error Code - BIOHD-2 WARNING: no drive detected.
HP Pavilion Slimline mod. s3307c - Prod. # GZ727AA-ABA
Windows Vista Edition Home Premium
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 - 320 GB HDD - P/N 9BJ13G-622
I also have:
-Checked to make sure there is no disc in the Atapi DVD Drive
-Try another SATA - cable and double checked that all the cables are connected properly.
-Call 800-HP-INVENT - they confirmed that he was no longer under warranty and directed me to their website - hp.com/go/support - am frustrated he then stumbled upon this Forum from HP Support.
The option of Start Menu does not list even a HARD drive - it lists only the DVD player.
F11: System Recovery - goes back to the same boot disc failure... screen
The pc was purchased in 2008.
How the hell did the average person knows how to solve this problem?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Maybe a problem with the drive CD/DVD like HERE there are several different drives / Firmware on the driver of the BIOS page here check to determine which drive you have. Or, if you have another computer with a disk that you can use temporarily to try to recover? Doesn't even have to be installed, I simply hooked up to a DVD player for cables and used.
I bought it off a friend not too long ago, it has set up on my computer, we tested it, it woked fine. I turned it off because I was not using it, went to turn it on and I get error code OXC4EB8247F HWLMICCI2 C flashes on the screen. I looked on your website! Tried plugging into the wall instead of the extension. Also tried unplugging all the cords and waiting for the moment designated and then plugging back in. I tried to run the scan doctor available. I can't verify that the printer is connected, and it will not be extinguished manually more. Only a hard reset. What does this code mean? Why is my printer all of a sudden act up, while he was not so fine a long time ago?
Hello! Welcome to the community @KelseaC HP
I came across your post about your desire to 4502 showing an error code "0 x" and wanted to tender hand. From my personal experience, the error means generally that there is an error internal within the printer, for example an ink system failure or general hardware failure. You have tried all the troubleshooting steps according to your message, and the next road to go would be to call phone support directly to discuss the replacement or the rating of the printer.
Click on the thumb to below testify my help!
Click on the "accept as Solution" if I'm you guide to a solution!
Step 1. Open the link: www.hp.com/contacthp/
Step 2. Enter the product number or select Auto detection
Step 3. Scroll up to "still need help? Fill out the form to select your contact options.
Step 4. Scroll down and click on: contact HP options - click Get phone number
File number and phone number appear
I have a hp officejet 4632 with an OXC4EB827F error code and does not work, also the power button blinks continuously. Tried the reset how to print HP and doctor Scan and it did not help, there is no response from the printer. Any help would be apprciated as two years out of warranty.
Welcome to HP's Forums a great way to get help.
Thanks for your post. I see that you have a problem with your printer "HP Officejet 4632" that gives you an error message "OXC4EB827F".
It looks like a hardware problem with the printer.
Please try this link on the HP forum is the author of X-23 an HP Forum Expert certified. There is a link for the same series of the printer, but not the exact model of printer.
If this fails, contact HP Technical Support for your printer using this link service:
I hope this helps! Let me know how it goes.
Take care and have a nice day.
Received error code 11471108 when you try to print from my desktop Gateway computer? JP
I can't say what is originally this 11471108 troubleshooting error code, but I'd love to help you understand and work towards a resolution.
Performing printing and Scan doctor could help. Printing HP and doctor Scan is a free utility (tool) that allows to quickly solve common printing, scanning and connectivity problems, including but not limited to:
USB: Check that the USB connection from your computer to the HP product works properly.
Network: Verifies that the network connection between your computer and your network is working properly.
Device Status Test: checks the errors of the device, such as paper, paper jams, stands transport and paper issues and provides instructions to resolve the error.
Driver: checks the driver missing or corrupt files.
Device Manager: check the problems in Device Manager that could prevent printing.
Device online: check if the product has been suspended or put in offline and then sets the State back in line if necessary.
Print queue: checks and clears pending print jobs in the print queue (a newspaper for printing waiting to print).
Port Match: check the port settings for the HP product.
Device conflicts: check the conflicts with other drivers, such as the other brands of printers.
Ink issues: check the cartridges and the ink levels for issues that affect the print quality.
Print settings: check and adjust the print quality settings.
Test print: print a test page for the assessment of the print quality and provides options for cleaning and if necessary print head alignment.
Scan tests: check the scanning mechanism, drivers, and registry entries.
Click here to download and run the print and Scan Doctor > > www.hp.com/go/tools
If this does not resolve the problem, after back and let me know if there are all the symbols except the Green checkmarks and what they are next of course. The key is not always easy to identify the key and check mart are in the green circle.
If you see only the Green checkmarks (), the tool did not find any problem.
If you see green sides (), the utility identified a problem and fix it automatically.
If you see yellow exclamation points (), the test failed and requires monitoring of the user, but the step was ignored.
If you see a red X (), follow the onscreen instructions to fix the problem.
Thanks, I look forward to hearing back on your part.
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