Question about Computers & Internet
I keep getting this error message after downloading a program to watch free football,osp40-000000-mfpxoj-60uj03 error message and also a blue screen when I turn the laptop on ... It also sudgest's doing a system restore every time I switch it on which does not repair it, The laptop is 2-3 months old do you think if I format it that this would repair the issue or would I be better of returning it to the shop??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bootup problem
Your CPU is overheating.
Try and get into the BIOS and increase the fan speed & any aother fan on the system. Don't increase the temperature range, as this will damage the system.
You won't be able to sort out the software problem until the system is running within the hardware limits.
You can also run a office fan to help get the system to cool while making the changes in the BIOS.
Posted on May 11, 2008
PXE means Pre Boot Execution. It means that the system is trying to boot from network. To solve this, you need to enter bios. You can do this by pressing F2 during startup. Find the section where you can change boot device order and set the first boot device to HDD or CD. save your settings, hopefully your problem will be solved
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Seeing as the laptop is only 5 months old it is still covered by the manufacturers warranty, the clicking sound you can hear is the hard drive failing, the hard drive is hardware and IS covered by the warranty.
Send it back to HP it won't cost you anything to have it repaired.
Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
if it is only 10months old I suggest you call them and get it fixed under warranty. you have a year from date of purchase. if no warranty just buy the disc if you didnt make the backups when it told you to. When i get these problems its usaully a hard drive but that is what i have experienced
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: Windows Vista Blue Screen Error
Try this...on boot up hit F8 and select SAFE MODE and see if you can get in that way. Look on the control panel for add and remove programs...eliminate Uniblue from the program list. Reboot and you just may be fortunate.
Isn't it funny that the program that is messing up your machine is the one (for money) will fix it.
I still think the best way to update drivers is right from the manufacturer (ATI , nVidia, ASUS,)or the computer company (Dell-Gateway-HP) they all have driver updates for FREE in their Support area look for Drivers and Downloads. To contact their sites try the Company name and .com
I also think if things are running along just fine...don't update until performance suffers. Like your daddy told you...if it ain't busted, don't fix it.
hope this helps...good luck my friend
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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