The issue might be due hardware malfunction or lack of system performance or corrupt os.
perform hard drive self test:
Hard Drive Self Test: 1.If the notebook computer is running solely on battery power, plug the AC adapter into the notebook. 2.Shut down the computer if it is running. 3.Press the power button to turn on the computer. 4.Press f10 when the HP/Compaq logo displays. 5.After the BIOS Setup Utility displays, use the Right Arrow key to select the Diagnostics menu. 6.Select HDD Self-Test options . 7.Press enter to display a list of HDD/Self-Test options. 8.Select Notebook Hard Drive and then press f10 to display an Estimated test time . 9.Press f10 to continue. The Hard Drive Self Test executes a Quick test , a Comprehensive test, and a SMART test.
I can't get you clearly, if you buy the product (win vista) then it should come with the DVD but if it's a crack version, you need to apply patch/install the crack so that it'll not prompt you again.. If you have problem with this, do let me know.. through my email.. Good luck..
You need to turn off Windows updates. For this go to the Control Panel--->Windows Updates and select Turn off windows updates. If the problem still there, take the backup of your documents and desktop in a mass storage or another drive of your computer and install a new copy of Windows and after finishing installation of Windows first turn off Windows Updates.
I had the exact same problem so I called HP support.The instructions were- remove power cord from lap top if power cord is connected, then remove battery, connect power cord to lap top then turn on lap top by holding power button down for 30 seconds. It booted up, no problem. The proceedure is to remove static electricity.
RAM-Random Access Memory
RAM is an acronym for random access memory, a type of computer memory that can be accessed randomly; that is, any byte of memory can be accessed without touching the preceding bytes. RAM is the most common type of memory found in computers and other devices, such as printers.
Make sure that the device is recognized in device manager and that the driver is installed. If then go to the web site for setting up the router. If it still does not work then the router is fubar. Of course, you need to make sure that your provider is "on line."
The only solution is to send it back for repair, to HP. Sound drivers and other software will not fix a soundcard/speaker hardware issue. They stated they need to either re-seat the sound card, or replace the card itself. It is not just the speakers, but the card itself. Try using headphones, you will hear the same problem. Send it back for repair, and INSIST they fix it the first time.