I just purchase a brand new computor, the Internet works fine, just when I try to play a cd or play one of the game thats already on the computor it freezes and I would have to unplug it or pull out the battery in order to shut it down. DO I need to return it before my refund goes out.
I have a Compaq CQ150, 139wm
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Re: Brand new computor freezes
It basically means that your game is incompatible (cannot play on ur OS).
All you have to do is:
Go to Safe Mode, To do this, you need to boot up and press f8 until you see the advanced options, go to Safe Mode. Login with the correct details, and go to control panel. Uninstall the game and restart your PC to take effects.
The next time your buying a software for your PC, check to see if it's compatible with your OS.
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Try Using Different Browser like Google Chrome Or Mozilla
It may also be a flash player issue while watching online or gaming online
have you tried Media player to test with
Have A Antivirus for a good Internet protection
You CAN NOT mix 100 and 133 chips! It is not good for the computer. They may let the computer work, but it won't recognize them properly. If you still want to use the new chips, try and bypass the acklowledgment. Don't know if it is possible, but it may be the only way. You should be using the correct chips.
You can go to: 4allmemory.com or cruicial.com to find out what sizes your computer is allowed.
Your power plug inside the laptop on the motherboard is likely corroded around the positive terminal connected to the motherboard. Repair places will charge a few hundred dollars to fix this fairly simple problem not requiring any parts. Good luck. If you live in new zealand I can do it for you fairly cheap...
Does your system meets the minimum requirements for those game? If yes and if you don't play games and your system hangs too, do you get a blue screen with error codes on it? (e.g. 0x0000000E), if so it could possibly be a possible driver conflict and/or a hardware problem. Try running this at a command prompt, if your on vista run it as administrator (start > all programs > accessories > command prompt > right click > run as administrator), then on the black box, type /sfc scannow. Works on XP/Vista. It should fix any corrupt system files. Try also updating the drivers for your video card and try running Everest, a free diagnostic & benchmark tool, you can find it here.
The game could be NOT for your system. If your system is for examble: Windows_XP 533 mhz 35 MB RAM The GAME: Win_xp 1.2 Ghz 500 MB RAM or a different o/s [operating system] lets say Playstation, or XBOX ?? Look on the side of the box to see what the games call for>