Question about HP Compaq Presario v3000z Notebook
Yes I tried this. I also reseated the memory modules.
looks like it's the hardware problem.
There are several possibilities here. Hardware like the hard disk drive or operating system problems and hopefully that's all it is. I'm assuming all are running XP with all the upgrades. The F8 key while booting XP will give you the option of starting in the SAFE MODE. In this environment open your web browser and go to TOOLS, INTERNET OPTIONS, DELETE. Ignore all warnings and delete all files and delete all cookies. Reboot.
On reboot see if XP will boot normally. If not reboot ad enter the safe mode again. Either way go to 'start' 'all programs' 'accessories' 'defrag' and run 'defrag'. reboot and hope all is well. If you are able to get through these processes and there are still problems along the way it would seem that there is either a hard drive problem or a corruption of the XP operating system. Your computer willl need expert hands on advice.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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