Asked about HP 750 not booting? couple more questions
My friend does not have the Windows XP software. I was told that you have to buy brand new (Cannot use someone elses) or will not work with comp properly. "pyrated version". If she had the software would it even load it without being able to access her desktop? I tried to get a hold of HP to get a restore disk but because the comp is 5yrs old they connot get one for me. Is there a way to restore without a disk on an HP? I had same problem with my comp no longer being under warranty and was informed to use Ctrl+F11 on my DELL and it worked without using a disk
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Re: Asked about HP 750 not booting? couple more questions
Hi, Try and get the Windows xp cd fromyour friends or colleagues. Or else if you can download the software ican provide you the link. but its a long process. You need to downloadatleast from 7 links starting from CrystalXp v2.part1.rar to CrystalXpv2.part7.rar. After that click on any one of the file and burn it incd. To burn the cd you need Power ISO. install it and using this burnthe Windows Xp. And then install the Windows Xp operatring system. Ithinh from here you know the procedure to install. If you dont know toinstall the Windows xp then please feel free to reply to this solution.I can suggest you how to install the Windows Xp.
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Required items 1: Windows XP CD ( SP 1/2/3 )/ Windows XP setup in a USB drive ( please ensure that you have made the USB bootable or it won't be detected ) 2: CD Rom Drive ( if you want to install by CD ) 3: USB Drive ( if you want to install by USB )
For a fresh install , follow the following steps accordingly :
1: Insert the CD into the Drive and restart the PC. 2: Note that your boot settings in the bios settings are correct (i.e 1st Boot priority CD drive if you are installing with CD and 1st boot priority USB if you are installing with Pendrive ).
3: Follow the steps shown on the screen which will throw a couple of options and settings.
4: Click on ' Install a fresh copy of Windows ' when asked for. 5: Select the drive in which you want to install it , it will be formatted and new windows installation would take place in that same drive. 6: Set your date and time region , enter the serial key when asked for. 7: The whole process should take around 45 minutes.
You are done installing it..Congrats!
Kindly note that installing any version of Windows by USB is always quicker than installing by CD/DVD.
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t5740e is a thin client that has embedded Win7 on it, see specs here: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF05a/12454-12454-321959-338927-3640406-4282707.html?dnr=1. This technology is designed for customers outside of the home, i.e. schools, corporations, etc. The way it works is it boots up with the Win7 OS and connect to a back end server infrastructure such as VMware, Citrix or Hyper-V which then provides a full Windows 7 desktop for the user. It's designed to save money on full desktop PCs, thus the low cost to acquire the end user equipment. Regarding whether or not it's stolen is hard to say. It may or may not be pre-configured but if no one knows the password, the unit may have to be reset anyway thus wiping out any pre configured options. You might try opening the case and seeing if there is a jumper to reset the device, or looking on line for a factory default reset.
Your friend is correct...you could cause problems trying to install an old software program on Windows 7 (although it probably would just reject it). Windows 7 sometimes comes with photo editing software already loaded. If not, there are free programs you could download (use Google to find them) or you could come into the 21st century, shell out $99 and buy a copy of Photoshop Elements which will open up a whole new world to you!
Does your camera use a memory card? If so, the best way to download is to use a separate card reader. See the picture of one I've included.
Also, you might want to consider upgrading to a new camera....The new ones are awsome!
Before you install XP check the memory, harddrive, cddrive is getting detected in CMOS or not. What about the data in your harddrive?
connect the harddrive to another PC and copy the Data from the drive. If not you will lose all the data on the harddisk if you install the XP on the same disk.
If you had mentioned the system configuration, i would have told whether you can install XP or Not. Since its a laptop and just 5 years old i guess you can install XP on that.
Hi, Thank you for contacting Fixya. If its loading operating system then there is no problem with hard drive. Its absolutely a software problem. Please reinstall a fresh copy of Operating system i.e., Windows Xp / Vista whatever. and install the proper drivers for the system. Hopefully it should work. Again if same problem occur then you need to check the RAM. I mean is the system re-boots again and again hten clean the RAM slots or insert the RAM in other RAM slot. There may be some dust inside the slot. Try these steps. Hopefully it should work. Thank you......
Hi there, my name is Alex and Im here to help solve your problem.
It could be a number of problems.
1: Have you installed any new hardware or software? This can cause some conflictions. If there is any new hardware you have installed and your PC is constantly rebooting, then remove that hardware and try booting. If you have recently installed new software and getting the loop, then start windows in safe mode by pressing F8 before it boots windows. If you can access windows in safe mode, then uninstall any new software you may have added.
2: It could be you need a new power supply. They are very cheap to buy and I would recommend a qualified technician to install it for you
3: Your pc may be infected with a virus and has affected the boot file. Try to repair windows by using the windows xp disk. Insert the disk and run using the CD. You will then go through a few blue screens and press R to repair your windows xp installations
I hope this information has helped. Please let me know if you have any questions or further problems