It indicates the brand of computer immediately before the primary POST screen and the operating system loads.. Will the computer boot into Safe Mode? Restart the computer and immediately start pressing the F8 key, once per second till a selection screen loads.. If it reaches the selection screen, use the up/down arrow keys to select "Last Known Good Configuration", the press the 'Enter' key.. Allow the computer to restart and it should restore back to the last known "good" startup routine..
If it won't load into Safe Mode and it continues to be unresponsive, then there a number of possible causes.. Start by unplugging ALL USB devices from the computer and try again.. The next most likely possibility is a BIOS or other firmware issue in the computer, (for example a card reader firmware issue)....or the hard drive may have failed. At this point, you'll need to troubleshoot the issue and a little trial and error may come into play.
Hope this helps.
I have a HP desktop computer, approximately 4 yrs. old. A few days ago a neighbor boy tried to play a game that we've had for about as long as we've had the computer and the game was very slow loading and then froze. I had to turn off the pc and turn it back on. When it came back on the only thing I saw was a blue screen with HP Intel and a few things like f9=Diagnostics. It will not go any further. The keyboard, of course, won't work so that I can do anything. I was told by one company that it wasn't booting up and told by another that it was the BSOD. I don't think that is the case, by all the screen images I've seen online with what it is supposed to look like. This happened once before after trying to play the same game. I turned off the power and turned it back on the next day and it was ok. Not this last time though. Advice please anyone.