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My compaq presari0 v5000 is in sleep mode and will not wake up
The problem's with the video card or the vga cord; the monitor is just reacting to no signal from the graphics card. Check that the pins aren't bent. If they are, you can possibly straighten them once. The second time, they may snap off.
Since the KB just flashes once, it could be the power supply, or the motherboard. If the motherboard has any caps that are swollen on top or leaking, you might need a new motherboard.
on Apr 03, 2018
I have HTTP Error 403 how can i fix it
By far the most common reason for this error is that directory browsing is forbidden for the Web site. Most Web sites want you to navigate using the URLs in the Web pages for that site. They do not often allow you to browse the file directory structure of the site
on Sep 22, 2017
Compaq presario s5100nx very slow windows xp
1GB of RAM is not enough to run Windows XP and the programs you installed efficiently. Removing unnecessary programs should make more memory available for necessary programs but it will never be fast. Crucial.com is a great resource for memory upgrades but I don't think you should invest in a computer that old with a completely unsecure and unsupported operating system (XP).
I hope this helps.
on Jul 16, 2016
My computer is loaded with adware and spyware. Is
Yes there are several free programs out there
go to malwarebytes antimalware and download it
this is a adware and malware removal tool and it is totally free
microsoft live has a free removal tool also
avg is a nother one that will take care of malware and adware plus any viruses it may encounter ok
hope all ofthis helps
best regards michael
on Oct 14, 2015
WHY DOES A RED LIGHT FLASH 4 TIMES THEN SHUTS OFF ON MY HP COMPAQ
Here is what I would do...
Turn the PC off and unplug it. Then press the power button to drain any residual power from the motherboard.
1. Remove and reseat the memory module(s). Restart the PC.
2. If removing and reseating the memory module(s) doesn't work, if you have more than one memory module installed, remove all but one, and start the PC.
Test each memory module one at a time, until you find the one that is bad.
If none of that works, check for bulging and leaking capacitors on the motherboard. These may be particularly noticeable around the processor area.
on Aug 12, 2015
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