Question about HP Computers & Internet
Yesterday when trying to uninstall some sort of stuff i prevuously installed, a pop up was telling me that a nontrusted program was trying to open, or install or whatever, (can't remember) then seconds later all i had was a frozen screen, so i manualy turned the laptop off and on, when i turned it back on , there was nothing but a blank screen. Viruses???? please help!! everything else seems to be working just fine!!!
Restart in safe mode. Install Malwarebytes Antimalware. Scan. Choose to delete all infected files. Restart. Start again in safe mode. Uninstall all antivirus software you have. Install AVAST. Update virus definitions. Full scan or choose BOOT TIME SCAN. Post results here please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download this driver and install it..
Most Acer notebooks from that range and time were either install with Intel or Broadcom wireless adaptor drivers. That zip file contains the Broadcom Wireless LAN 802.11b+g v126.96.36.199
It should work for you. :)
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Sounds like you have gotten stuck in presentation mode. Hold down the function Key (Fn) its blue, and then hit the (F5) key once. If the screen doesn't come back, press both again.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Sounds like motherboard problems or its having a hardware conflict.Check your bios settings and set the default configuration.If that does'nt help i would be looking towards the motherboard.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
remove ur ram nd take a eraser rub the down portion of ram nd insert it again ur work is done bcoz of moisture it gets stuck up.....
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
After much time and frustration you will end up reloading the operating system, the reason is it is corrupted, why this happens is not always the same, but the fresh copy of the operating system is the cure. You will need the recovery disks do this, you were either given them with the system or you were prompted to make them when the computer was new. If you don't have the recovery disk set then call the parts dept of the computer maker for ordering instructions, they run about $25
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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