Question about Compaq D70045-236 Tablet PC
I've got 2 1100's -- neither boots.
One gets the 'Operating system not found' and cannot see the harddrive in the bios.
The other DOES see the harddrive in the bios but won't boot - instead I get a black screen with white blinking cursor.
I'm assuming the first has a controller issue so we'll skip that. The second is obviously a software/drive problem. The problem for me here is that I don't have the dvd/cd dock; I have tried putting a usb dvd on but it doesn't see the usb (driver issue) -- I do have the software reinstalls - is there anyway I can install the re-install cd by pulling the drive out?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
You did not mention what windows version you are running. Do you have a boot disk? Also, are you pressing F2 F12 or F10 or what other option work when you first turn on your compute? Once you are in the advance mode make sure the settings in the bios is set to boot from the USB before the hard drive. If you go into advanced options, you should be able to run a scan of your computer to find errors.
Posted on May 01, 2017
Try first to clean you memory using the eraser and put it again. Then u can use flashdrive in installing your windows. It can be that your cd/dvd drive is the problem. Hope this can help.
Posted on Apr 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: upgrade ram
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
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Aug 16, 2011 | Compaq tc1100 Tablet PC
Go into Control Panel and select Device
Look down the list of services and click on the missing sound driver, (click on whichever one is highlighted or has a sign on it telling you it is not working properly) and select Update Drivers within the drivers sub menu. Let Windows do its stuff or let the computer find it within System or System 32 directory on your hard drive. If it can't find it, let Windows find a driver on the internet or better still, download the driver from the manufacturers web site.
Hope this helps.
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