I have nc6000 compaq in normal mode it does boot but after some time it does hang.and also doesn't let me to connect wirelessly to my live box at home(i have an orang live box), the error say live box cannot connect to your network adaptor.
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if you start up in safe mode(google how to for your model notebook,its usually hold f8 after pressing the power switch),do a virus scan in safe mode with networking with a program called malewarebytes (free version) to make sure you have no malware. also go to start>run>type in msconfig and press return. go to services and click hide all microsoft services. disable anything you may recognize in both services and startup (such as skype,adobe,msn messenger,google talk) then click apply and restart. if that doesnt fix it. get your windows cd and put it into your dvd drive on the notebook and let it boot into that.go through the options and click r to repair(assuming you have xp) and let that run.it should restart and you machine should be fixed
Follow the steps mentioned below to boot in normal mode.
1: Once you are in the Safe Mode, Click on Start and then Click on Run. 2: Type msconfig (you will see system configuration utility). 3: Click on Boot.ini tab and check for the Boot Options. 4: You will see Safe boot options check. 5: Uncheck it then click on apply and then ok. 6: Now your computer will boot in Normal mode.
Once you reach the desktop you will again see the system configuration utility screen. Just check the option don
Leaving a computer switched off for any length of time shouldn't matter. I have had laptops that have not been powered up for 5 years and they power up without a problem once the battery has charged and the BIOS backup cell is replaced.
I would suggest that if you were to press F8 when it is booting up, just at the point when the BIOS menu closes and choose Safe Mode,. Get it to boot from there and it may recover itself. If it doesn't do the same action but choose Recover as an option and follow the prompts. I hope that helps.
I had this problem too but I then downloaded the most recent BIOS driver from the HP web site and that seems to be working. At least it now starts and boots correctly but I still have the problem that it tends to hangs up after a short while.