Question about HP Computers & Internet
It could be the RAM. Try taking the Ram out, clean it and the slots it fits into, (with a soft dry paintbrush) then replace it again. If you have more than one Ram stick, put one in first. Then restart your computer, if it does not work, take it out and put the other one in.
If it does work with the first one, then put the other one back in too and try to reboot again.
If it does work but only with one, then the other one is faulty.
Always make sure that you disconnect the computer from the mains before opening it.
I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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