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May be more dust in your harddisk sata port on mainboard

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Acer desktop hangs up at 10/18 microsoft office when resetting to factory setup


virus is the cause. You are going to have to put in your windows cd and boot from it. Then do a "repair" and hopefully recovery your system if not you are going to have to do a total system wipe.

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I have a compaq presario 5600 / P4-1.5G/128MB/40GB/C48/M The other day the system hung, and nothing was working. I changed the CPU battery, cleaned the dust. the system started with Intel boot agent 4.0...


You probably need to set your boot order in BIOS (setup) to load from CD first. Reboot the computer and press either F1 or F10 repeatedly until the setup (BIOS) menu comes up, then, using your arrow keys, navigate to the boot menu and set the boot order to CD first.

If you can't get into the BIOS through F1 or F10, try other "F' keys until you get in. Also the "Del" key.

Recovering to factory settings is kind of a drastic measure just because of a system hang. You would be better served to find out why the system hung. IN FACT, understand that depending upon what is wrong, the system may hang during the recovery, leaving you with fewer options for repair.

Post back if you want to try to troubleshoot this further. It will take a while, but we should eventually be able to determine what is causing the hang.

It could be just an application that needs to be removed or re-installed. Have you installed any new software recently? What software were you using when the hang occured? What operating system are you using?

It could just be a virus or a bad memory module. Are you able to boot into SAFE MODE" (press the F8 at boot)?

If you can boot into Windows, go to "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Administrative Tools" > "Event Viewer" > "System" and check for any error entries. Also look at the "Applications" log.

Aug 15, 2010 | HP Compaq Presario PC Desktop

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Computer don't boot, it make noises from fan and don't display anything, power led is yellowish red


there is defect on ur motherboard..
u system is forced to take a load of system failure...
ur system is hanged from boot,,
open the casing and reinstall the cpu fan and the processor...also do the same for ram

Mar 12, 2010 | Dell OptiPlex 330 Desktop Desktop Computer...

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After water spillage system is not able to boot completely its getting hanged in between, tried to boot through net, usb cdrom the same result , pl help


Good morning! Possible that some internal part/s of your Acer One computer might be damaged, I suggest to bring it to an Authorized Acer Service Center for proper hardware parts check-up & repair. best regards

May 08, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Hangs on boot


Try your bios settings for drive detection, if it is set to auto, try manually setting it to your hardware. That should clear up the hang.

May 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My computer hangs frequently after successful booting. Every time i have to re boot to proceed. Please help me to solve this problem.


hanging of system may several causes, first of all check for viruses un the system, check proper drivers installed in the devie manger.

Mar 22, 2009 | Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 / 1.86 GHz...

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My toshiba satellite laptop is getting hanged very frequently can say every 2 min. Can any one help me out how to solve this problem


Try Booting int safe mode with networking

(Tap F8 while turning on your computer, don't stop tapping F8 until you get to the Advanced Boot Option window. Use your Up & Down arrows to get to Safe Mode With Networking and hit enter, enter to you Operating System and sign in as Admin or Owner)

Once in Safe Mode with networking see if the PC hangs on you.

open you Internet and download MalwareBytes to help remove any Malware that might be hanging you computer in normal mode

http://www.download.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html?part=dl-10804572&subj=dl&tag=button
(copy & paste link above into address bar)

After running MalwareBytes in safe mode re boot your computer into normal mode and run a MalwareBytes scan in normal Mode until no Malware is found

Good Luck

Dr Geeks MD

Jan 26, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz Sytem hangs after boot


During your boot screen press the F8 key to boot into safe mode. If that gets you to the desktop run virus/spyware scans. Reply with any results.

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System Booting Problem


ITS EITHER A HARD DRIVE OR A MEMORY ISSUE

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