What does this mean laptop wont start has this code on it !!0xc0190036!!570/9553 Tags: Laptops Last response: May 22, 2011 12:18 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share laptopnewbe May 22, 2011 12:15:35 AM my laptop said updates available pack 1. so i said ok update. it restarted and then this code appeared and nothing else !!0xc0190036!!570/95533 More about : laptop wont start code 0xc0190036 570 9553 laptopnewbe May 22, 2011 12:17:53 AM also at the end of that is (bfsvc.exe) m 0 l laptopnewbe May 22, 2011 12:18:21 AM please please someone help m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources button say activate instead of start on laptop what does this mean Forum Solvedwhat does it mean if i boot windows 7 iso that i got off the net and it get to instal then goes to setup is starting but wont Forum Solvedwhat does 4010ffffffe01c130 error code mean ? Forum SolvedArma 2 Global ban what does the code mean Forum what does this post beep code mean? Forum SolvedWhat does it mean when the PC wont beep? Forum SolvedWhat does blinking Q-code 00 mean? Forum What does bsod error code mean? Forum what does this code mean....[ /EXECUTE/NO EXECUTE=ALWAYS OFF Forum Solvedwhat does a recovery error mean when restarting my laptop Forum What does ASrock Dr.debug code 0A mean. Forum SolvedWhat do lights mean on front of laptop?first light is green and 3rd is orange and computer won't power on Forum my laptop will not connect to the internet even though my android has no problem. what does 'ping' mean please? I have Windows Forum What does lock code password mean? how do i unlock phone? Forum Ive found out my puk code what does it mean by new code? Forum What does post code "AE" mean? Forum What does validate the security code mean Forum SolvedWhat does no bootable device mean on laptop Forum What does error code C1 along with a siren sound mean? Forum Xfx 750i diagnostic code 0P what does it mean? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !