Question about HP Pavilion p6210f Desktop 26GHz 6GB DDR2 SDRAM Windows 7 Home Premium x64 (NY544AAABA)
Cursor works right, until it stops and I can't move it. I have to cut power at the source and when I turn the computer back on it works fine until it stops cold again.
Reinstall the driver software for your mouse or update to the latest version
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp media center power
hi friends, unpluug the power chord from the wall jack after that press and hold the power button in the front for about 15 seconds, connect the chord back in and try it. if it does the same then look at the rear side of the cpu box (where the power chord goes in and look for a small fan inside the power supply box, it has to be spinning). if not then the power supply (smps) has goen bad. now if the fan is sipnning try disconnecting all the extra periferals eg printer and stuff, still nogo then try opening the cpu box (reffer owners manual). take the RAM out and try to power up the system, if it starts beeping like beep ...beep... peeeep... then turn it off put the ram sticks back in and it should work fine...
NB:-for the owners manual check this out: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=us&dlc=en&product=470506&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Hello floatinggodd, if you computer turn off by it self that means you motherboard is bad needs to be replaced this model computer is 6 years old - manufacturing date 2004, this has nothing to do with virus.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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Locate the power cable and USB cable that came with your hard drive.
Connect cables to the appropriate locations on the back of the hard drive.
Sometimes a USB cable doubles as the power source, so you might not need a wall outlet to power the device.
Turn on your computer and allow your operating system time to load before continuing.
Plug the hard drive into the power outlet if necessary, but wait on powering up the device.
Connect the USB cable to the computer while the hard drive is in the "Off" position.
If the USB cable doubles as the power source, the device might turn itself on once connected.
Turn on the hard drive and wait until the hardware has been detected by the operating system. A message should pop up that lets you know new hardware has been detected.
Click on the "Start" menu and go to "My Computer."
Notice all your disk drives are listed in this window. The external hard drive should be visible, and holding the mouse cursor over the location will help you locate the correct drive.
Right click on the location of the drive, and move the cursor to "Open" or "Explore" and click.
Hope this helps
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