Question about HP Compaq Evo Notebook N610c
The options it suggests to disable are shadowing and caching. I however, have no idea how to get to the BIOS set up.
I do not have the stop number, but will write it down when the problem occurs again. It has happened 5-10 times in the last day when I start my computer on. The computer normally stays on for about 15-20 minutes and then gives me the blue screen.
It first advises to make sure all my hardware is working correctly. Which I believe it is. I uninstalled anything new I had recently installed.
I attempted to run a virus scan, but the comptuer shut down before I could.
I have no Idea, except if it using winows, then it could be a case of right clicking a blank desktop, select setings or personalize or whatever, and change you display properties from therw. I do not know your mechine. Windows is a diferent matter.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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