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First of all if u r getting the blue screen what is the stop code and what is the error, is it saying physical dump of memory,or it says like stop code; 0x000000ed or something like that,in these case if it is just physical dump of memory and the main thing is from how long r u getting the blue screen,and did u install any new software or hardware,and what u can do is disconnect the ac adaptor and take out the battery from the computer and then press and hold down the power button without the ac adaptor and the battery for one minute and then turn on the computer and still if u get it then reseat the memory of the computer and then reseat the hard drive of the computer and still if u getting it then u need to repair the operating system with the help of the windows operating system disk and if u r ready to lose the data from the computer then u can reinstall the operating system and after reinstalling the os also if u get a blue screen then definitely u need to replace the hard drive of the computer.and if u don’t want to loose ur data u can repair the os with the help of windows os disk.,try it out it will definitely help u out…thanks
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: compaq cq60104TU not loading xp
You cant load xp because it probably doesnt recognize some of the new hardware in your laptop. If vista works, then use vista, if it is too slow for vista, then use vista home basic.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Are youable to move your mouse pinter, it sounds like it's freezing on logon prompt, or if youhave only 1 user at your desktop. either way if you canreboot into safe mode by pressing f8 as it bootsup, then if you have some antispyware program run it. if you cant get into safemode, take the HDD out of your computer and scan it on another Pc that has an upto date virus/antipsyware program.
Failing that from safe mode again, modify the startup entries from the registry using "regedit" and remove anythign that looks dodgy.
If that doesnt work, you can run a repair install of windows, but for this you need to disc used to install the OS. this is LAST RESORT of nothing else works, and i would not reccomend doing this if you are not familiar with installing operating systems, as if you choose the wrong option it may wipe your pc.
try simpler options first. antispyware is most probable cause.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
OUCH... Might need a new harddrive or motherboard. Does it even let you go into the bios? Maybe you can do a full reinstall to save you the dough.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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