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I got the computer from my uncle an within a week it stopped working. I know pavilions aren't great with airflow so I have the side panel off to help cool it.
Have you tried connecting your PC to another monitor? I'm not seeing the monitor getting any signal. Also, is the computer making any clear internal beeping patterns? Like 2 quick beeps or long beeps etc?
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Posted on May 29, 2010
the dreaded Blue-Screen of death.
Usually caused by:- Ram Failure ( memory Modules )
CPU Failure ( Processor Failure )
Hard-Disk faulty, not spinning et,c.
Cmos battery fault.
Missing/deleted/corrupted operating System files.
Possible Solutions:- remove cmos battery, from Motherboard for 10 seconds and replace. ( eliminates cmos/bios errors )
remove 1 stick of Memory ( Ram ) and test individually ( eliminates 1 or More Faulty sticks Of memory Or Slots )
remove, CPU Fan/heatsink, remove CPU and re-seat, re-grease with Artic-Silver or similar ( thermal-Compound ) replace heatsink/Fan. test.
Hope this points you towards a Sucessful repair.
Mike @ Compurepair. No-Links No-Nonsense Just Good Practical Advise :-)
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Start the computer, and keep pressing F8 until you get a "boot" menu -- white text on a black screen.
Select "safe mode with command-line", and see if Windows will start.
If it does, enter 'CHKDSK C: /F' to get Windows to check the integrity of the file-system.
Then, find a friend with a genuine Microsoft Windows XP CD-ROM. Boot from that disk, and choose "repair", and see if the boot-process can "repair" your installed copy.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
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