My HP Pav a1600n is not registering the RAM that it has. I recently installed a game that i have installed on this computer before but now its saying that i dont have the 512MB of RAM neccessary to play that game when my computer has 1GB of RAM. I am noticing lag issues when i do things now and can't figure out how to get my RAM running properly. I have done a full disc defragmentation and a full system restore with no improvement.
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Running slowly could be a lot of things.
It could be you don't have enough physical memory (RAM) in your computer to do what you want. Less than 1 or 2 GB might be seen as slow.
If you really want to reinstall Windows, back up all the files you want to save to someplace else, like an external hard drive or thumb drive. You will have to reinstall all your programs (Office, etc) after you reinstall Windows.
Take the CD copy of Windows that came with your computer and boot your computer to that. You may have to change the boot order by entering Setup (usually by pressing F2 when it starts). Make sure the CD drive is first in Boot Order.
When you boot to the CD follow the instructions for installing Windows in the screens which follow. Delete any existing partitions and install it on a clean partition.
1. cheka your all power .
2. remove your ram clean th e slot and ram both by a light napkin then put it back.
3. watch the SMPS fan its working? if not then your SMPS damages.
3. if you get long beeeppppp sound then your ram damaged. after chake athese all if not working call your service man. its a hard/software problem.
It sounds to me like you need a new driver for the LAN adapter that is compatible with Windows 7 64 bit. Right click on Computer under the start menu, chose manage, and open the Device Manager applet. Look for your network card under Network adapters. Right click on your adapter and click on properties. Go to the driver tab and click on update driver. You can also try uninstalling the driver from there and then have the computer scan of new hardware from the device manager screen and let Windows reinstall the driver. Let me know what you find so I can help you further troubleshoot if this does not fix the problem.
you need to open up the case, and remove the CMOS battery ( a silver wafer-style battery about the size of a quarter) and leave it out for about 10 minutes. put the battery back in and close the case back up and DONT mess with ANYTHING ELSE. if the computer STILL wont boot, then your motherboard is bad, and will need to be replaced through the manufacturer of your PC.