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Probably this is a problem with hard disk. Try to turn on laptop and repeat pushing F8 key until you get some Windows loading options. Choose Safe mode command prompt, and after logging, type: chkdsk c: /f and press Enter. If this does not help, with same procedure go to loading options and choose Last known good configuration.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP mini 1000 with a blank screen
Mini PCs, aka Netbooks often use solid state memory, which breaks down after a time, and can become unusable, especially if you're not shutting down properly. It tends to last just fine, if you power up and down normally, but after, say, over a year of use, flashdrives and other solid state memory cores will corrupt or lose data. You may have to have the information on the disk recovered.
I checked and your Netbook comes with either an 8, 16, or 32 GB solid-state drive, or a hard-disc drive ranging from 60 to 160 GB. Hard discs can also be temperamental if they get banged around a lot. It's a hard decision, because solid state can handle abuse, but degrades, while the magnetic discs degrade slower, but can't handle too many bumps. Your best bet is to contact the manufacturer, and see if they can find the problem. It may simply be a problem with windows. Your machine may run Windows XP or Mi, the latter of which is based on Linux.
DON'T take the battery out. Only take the battery out, if you're using the machine while plugged in, unless the battery needs charging. Leaving the battery in all the time can shorten the life of the battery. The machine needs to always have a power supply, especially for the solid state memory to not degrade.
My honest solution is to give it some time to start up: however long it needs, but if it takes more than an hour, it's not really an easily fixable solution, and will require manufacturer action, or replacement.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
SOURCE: My HP Mini 1000 XP
Press F8 during boot this will take you to boot options select "Last Known Good Configuration" or select Safe Mode to perform a system repair.
To repair your system follow the steps below
1. Click Start and open Run on the Start menu.
2. Type (or copy and paste) C:\WINDOWS\system32\restore\rstrui.exe in the Run box.
3. This will open System Restore now select the first option (restore my computer to an earlier time) and click next.
4. Select a date when your network last worked and complete restoration.
Do not worry about selecting the wrong date you can always undo any restore within system restore you will select undo last restore.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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