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Laptop not restarting up

Ok my campaq 6715b keeps looking like it will start up but when it gets to the point when it says windows xp, it starts going through the same thing over and over again and never quits..... what should i do? it is from my cyber school.

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Your ram should be the problem from starting your device..  if you can do this, you can remove the ram from the device , clean it with an eraser and then reinstall it,,that should work.but if your laptop is under warranty still give it to the nearest service centre

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Ok here is what is going on on this unit and the 2nd time. Nothing to do with memory. The MB and power connector fail on the MB due to lousy connection which then caused component failure in the regulator on the MB. The unit fails to power up and stay charge. We had to have the MB replaced in May and it is happening again. These units are lousy products. Never has this ever happened with my Dells. This is the 4th and last unit I'll ever by from HP/Compaq.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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