Question about Compaq Evo Notebook N150 Notebook
Has error code 0232 extended ram faild at off set have to hit f1 to boot or f10 computer set up done both no luck do get blue screen if f1 after 15 mins or so
It is a RAM error, it means that you system has a falsified RAM. To ensure that this is a problem, simply take out your RAM and plug in another one and see if it resolves the issue. Lend a RAM from your friend for sometime before making a new purchase.
On laptops RAM is located on the Back side and has quite easy access to it. You can generally open the RAM cover by simply opening two or four screws.
Also, this has sometimes works out for me, that I plug a RAM out and then start my computer. Obviously you shall hear a beep and nothing shall be shown. After about 10 to 15 Seconds shut off the laptop and again plug the old RAM and see if it works.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No responce from keyboard
The keyboard is not dead. I have contacted HP about this issue (DO NOT CALL THEM AND HAVE THEM FIX IT! THEY GAVE ME AN ESTIMATE OF $300!) they SAY that it is a hardware issue...
However have found more than one website saying that it is most likely the CMOS battery that has gone dead.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
you will need to open your computer and look inside. if you are not sure take to a repair centre, the battery is on the motherboard, thats why you need to take really if you are going to be doing it. But i would advised to get a IT guy to do it for you. once its taken out you need to replace it with a new one.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: PRESARIO 700 ERROR ON BOOT
If you know how to set up the bios hit f1, if not hit f10, it will boot up and you will need to reset the time and date as they will be wrong. The PCI error refers to a PCI slot, which for some reason isn't functioning properlly. If you run the disk with your motherboard settings that may have come with your motherboard it may just be a driver. If you hit f1 then you will be in the Bios screen. There the keyboard is used to navigate. The mouse won't work, Arrow keys for up down and side to side, and the escape key to get out of a menu or menu item, and enter to select an item. So on the first screen, you will need to adjust the date, time, and year. each time you do this you must hit enter to proceed to the next item. once you get all of the settings right hit f 10, and enter to reboot. So I gave you both ways. If you still have the problem, check the cards that are in your motherboard, there may be a loose one, also try to pop out the battery inside the case, not the laptop battery, if it continues to happen, you may have to pop that little battery that controls the settings for startup, it will reset your saved motherboard startup settings, and once in a while the battery may be bad, which can also cause the kind of problem you describe.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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