Question about Compaq Presario CQ56110US Laptop
Has been running fine then two weeks ago wouldn't start at all just got stuck on black page. I turned it on and off several times and then managed to get it back but since then it has been incredibly slow. Once booted it's not too bad but it's the boot up time that is bad
You have an issue with your hard disk drive. Back up your data at once. Create the recovery disks from recovery manager in program files list. Replace the drive and run the factory restore. Install an antivirus and transfer your data back.
Posted on Jan 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your using a DVD to install the operating system, it could be either dirty (just needs a wipe) or the files on the disk are corrupt.
If you are getting this error while Windows 7 is starting up perhaps you can try doing a "repair". Boot off the DVD do a repair (not from the recovery console) and see if this helps.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
SOURCE: My Compaq Presario CQ60-215 DX
This makes me believe that your laptop has a memory problem. I suggest you to power off your laptop and eject the battery. Unscrew the screws that hold the memory cover. Discharge yourself touching a water pipe (no joke, this is to remove any static electricity from yourself that could destroy the memory). Eject the memory module(s) and reinsert them back. Take a look at this photo, it might help you:
If the problem disapear after that well done. If not you have to replace the memory module(s) with new ones.
More details about memory modules for your laptop you can finh at this official link.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
SOURCE: I have a compaq Presario
Have you tried removing the battery, and disconnecting the power adapter. If you have not tried that please try that.
1. Once you have removed both. 2. Power up computer with just power adapter connected and no battery. 3. If the computer powers up shut computer back down 4. Put battery back in and leave power connected
If that does not fix the issue. The back light has possibly gone out on the computer. Depending on how old the computer is. 1. Either contact the manufacturer of the computer 2. Take computer to a repair shop 3. Consider purchasing a new computer
Posted on May 31, 2011
The scroll pad on the touch pad needs a particular driver Synaptics Pointing Device Driver. This will actually run at the startup after installed which will activate the functionality of scroll on the touch pad. You can also actually turn this function on and off so this is a friendly user.
If you do not have that driver that comes with your laptop you can go here:
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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