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HP Fan error Code 90b ???


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#1 Innotime

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 12:33 PM

Hello, so I am getting the 90b error upon startup. No idea, motherboard issue? So far I've done everything I can think of.

HP dv6-6c11nr
Windows 7 64x


I have tried:

- Brand New CPU

- Brand New Fan

- Updating to the newest BIOS

- Replacing thermal compound



Here's the thing... the temps are fine! I am able to use the laptop normally.


Right now I have it running 2 different web browsers. On each browser I have youtube movies playing, ESPN.com running and a few flash kids games type sites.


My HWmonitorPro readings are...


CPU -

Current between 39.1 and 39.9

Min Temp 38.1

Max Temp 57.4


HDD-   

All 40's even.


GPU-

Current 39

Min 38

Max 58


This has been on and running for hours. Trying to stress it out as much as possible.



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Posted 19 August 2017 - 02:51 PM

Yeah, It's looking like a bad MB. Whenever I type a key on the keyboard my web browser opens. On screen keyboard is fine. These two things combined are looking like MB needs swapped I think



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Posted 21 August 2017 - 03:51 PM

that to me looks like a bad keyboard!

 

try a different one first.  your computer is acting like a stuck keyboard key.



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Posted 21 August 2017 - 05:27 PM

that to me looks like a bad keyboard!

 

try a different one first.  your computer is acting like a stuck keyboard key.

Does it have to be the same model? I've tried another keyboard in it, wasn't for the same laptop but it did the same thing?



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Posted 23 August 2017 - 12:23 PM

Open the Control Panel and select Ease of Access to see if Sticky Key is on.  If it is, turn it off.


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