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We installed a wifi adapter the day before the problem started. All controls unresponsive.
Try reseating your ram ( take out and put back in) and do a hard reset. ( take battery out and unplug ac adapter. Then press and hold power for 30 or more seconds to disscharge any remaining energy. Then plug school adapter in and leave the battery out. Try to boot.) I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my hp laptop restarted itself
Try doing F8 and see if you can get into safe mode. Then once in safe mode remove the itunes 7.6 and also, double check and make sure you have enough free space on your HD. You can do this by going to "MyComputer" then right clicking on your C drive and clicking properties. If you have less than say 7% of free space, then you need to look at getting an exturnal drive and taking your music off your main drive and putting it on there so as to free up space.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: Boot up failure
Hi! Have you a bootable cd/dvd with your operating system on it? if using Windows then make sure the o/s is in a drive turn p.c. off then boot up, hopefully you'll be prompted to run from cd by pressing any key! then windows will load files ask you for location and keyboard preferences then re-install/upgrade possibly or repair! try repair?
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
SOURCE: I have HP vectra corporate
F8 is the key that you should push to enter safe mode, but you have to know the administrator password.
I can give you another hint.
When you enter Windows normaly, wait for IE error and after that try CTRL+Shift+Esc key combination. Task manager will pop-up. Choose File->New Task(Run) and type control or control appwiz.cpl. This should open Control Panel or Add/Remove programs and that way you can uninstall IE7.
Other option is to choose File->New Task(Run) and type %windir%\ie7\spuninst\spuninst.exe in Task Manager to directly try to uninstall IE7.
Posted on Oct 12, 2011
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