Question about HP Compaq Evo n610c Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Compaq Evo N610c
You should first try reseating the RAM, HDD, CD/DVD, and power cables. If that doesn't work, then you have something a little more major wrong, I guess you didn't write down the error number that came up on the blue screen....
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
I used to have these same problems. I replace my BIOS battery, which I know was dead, because all settings get reset when I unplug the power and remove main battery. You might not have to replace it if its still good. Back to the main battery problem, You have a good change of solving this by going into BIOS, and under Tools there is a Battery Calibration option. Do the calibration for the main battery and-or other optional batteries attach and it will most likely solve the problems. This calibration process will take a long time; 1-charge, 2-discharge, 3-recharge, so leave it over night or however.
There was a mention of updating BIOS. This could solve the problem too, because BIOS controls the charging unit. Also, make sure you have Compaq Power Management install on your OS, (download at hp.com).
One note: it will not charge if the battery is about 93% or higher. 93 is not exact, but close to 90%. so test by discharging to below 90% and it will start charging again.
If anyone tries this, leave a post of your success or failure.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
SOURCE: Compaq EVO N610c
Hey there i might be young im 14 years old but i have the same laptop (Compaq N610c) and i had the same problem i found out that if you take the ram out and rub the small golden plates with a rubber then place it back (the ram is found next to the mouse pad) i then powered the laptop up without the hard drive i then took the battery several times and powered up it then started working again within 5 mins of taking the battery in and then taking it out again it then starting to power up with the screen showing the logo at the begining after it had shown the logo i turned it off then inserted the hard drive back into the laptop and powered up it worked and is still working now Hope This Helps :D My Email Adress Is email@example.com
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008
I'm afraid glenn is wrong. You're going to want to use FN-F2. Trust me. I'm looking at my N610C right now. And also, you should install the correct driver fro HP. Do not use the most current, as it may cause your computer to crash. Use version 1.00C
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
1>NEEDS TO TRY RESEATING OF THE RAM(SWAP THE RAM WHILE PLACING THEM BACK IN) AND THEN TRY TURNING ON THE COMPUTER
2> IF THIS DOES NOT WORK THEN NEEDS TO REPLACE THE MOTHERBOARD
BEST OF LUCK
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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