vista wont boot on my hp6735s laptop grrrrrr

Hewlett-packard Compaq 6735s notebook
August 3, 2009 at 05:40:32
Specs: Windows Vista, 3gb
Hiya im 16 and ive tried everything to find out what is wrong with my laptop, its my pride and joy and i recently had a new hardrive in it and I cant afford to pay a lot of money again to get it fixed. One day I went out and i left my laptop on my bed open, when I got back i had a black screen and an error message saying vista couldnt boot and it may be due to a recent hardware or software change. I ran the self check tests that you can with hp laptops in the BIOS It passed the memory check, i think that was called the run in or the start up test, well anyway it passsed that. then it went on to the HDD self test (quick) and it passed this, but when it came to the HDD Self check ( comprehensive) Its just said error test failed. So i had an old hp laptop with an IDE hardrive the same as mine, i took the harddrive out and put it in my laptop to see if it would work with a new hardrive in it, but nope still i got the same error message. I then tried to reformat the laptop with A genuine copy of xp Itgot so far and then that didnt work either. I really am at the end of my tether with this laptop, I need it up and running. any ideas guuys itd be much appreciated. x x x x

ooh also i forgot when i got into the hp bios there was usually the recovery partition which you press f11 but that shouldnt be there if ive put a new hdd in should it? please help me

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August 3, 2009 at 06:30:29
If you left your notebook on the bed running, unfortunately you may have blocked the ventilation openings on the bottom and sides of the notebook causing overheating.

Something may have burned inside. Motherboard may have been damaged, part of it, at least.

Other than that, you cannot interchange hard drives between notebooks ( PCs ) and expect them to work. You have to install Windows from scratch after hardrrive change.

What you can do now: Let the notebook cool down to room temperature. Remove battery and re-install the original hard disk.

Re-insert battery. Plug the power adapter to notebook and to the wall power outlet. Wait a couple of minutes and press the power button of your notebook.

I hope it runs.



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