Got it back from son, after about a year & now it's so screwed up I can't do anything with it!
Tried system restore, no dates, can't create one, tried turning it off, restarting then on again, still nothing.
Ran a number of cleaners thinking that was the problem, took two days for one to finish!
Try to go in safe mode, it asks for the disc, son has no idea about that.
If I click on any program, folder or on IE 7, it may take 15 minutes to come up. Tried to go to your site for instance and it redirects me to another page, a Mazda page?? It often redirects me to an "Info Search".
Is there any hope?
Thanks for any help, Peg
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turn off the computer turn it back in the moment turn back press several times f8 go to safe mode with networking or safe mode click on start go to all programs then accesories system tools system restore http://www.petri.co.il/using_system_restore_windows_vista.htm
fallow the step and go to the day the computer was working fine
if you still having problems check for a factory restore but need to tell us if is a desktop or laptop brand and year
As much as we would love to see you beat your system this is a common issue with systems laying around commonly its a card inside that pops off the motherboard. Just coming off the width of a human hair is enought to disable the entire system. It protects against accidental shorts due to mess ups techs can do when they build systems. Just pop the side off touch mental to kill any static in you and then remove all cards you see in the system i know this sounds confusing but i can walk thu it by phone much better. 3868487115
control panel and mouse or pointing devices
if you can't fix your settings in there then uninstall your mouse and reinstall
if that does'nt help you'll have to go add new hardware and maually install mouse
If this just started it could be that it is overheating. Make sure that the tower itself is in open air so that it can circulate enough air. If its in a computer desk that may not have enough room I would temporarily move it out of there and see it that stops the problem.
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the problem could be like a lot of people they dont look atfer the computers they have i allways tell to empty internet folder , remove programs they no longer use, defrag there drive. people also have a lot of stuff loading up on startup remove any unessessary programs. if none of this works it will prob be the amount of memory you have . 1GB memory i would say to anyone these days is the min. Hope this helps you...
First, make sure there are no discs in any of the drives as this could disrupt the boot process. Prior to seeing the HP screen you should get a prompt as to press F10 to go into system setup. Once in system setup choose the option to go to system restore or system recovery. From there you should be able to restore your computer to a sytem restore point that was set up with a checkpoint at set intervals by Windows XP. If that is unsuccessful you may have to utilize your recovery discs.