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the menu button is stuck,use a sharp knife to pry the button out very lightly,not all the way out,just enough to make sure that it isnt stuck,if it still happens then the board for the menu button needs to be replaced
This usually indicates that Windows update has found something that it cannot handle: if it has been stuck for that long, then your only option is to power-off and re-start the Netbook. In most case, Windows will recover itself and maybe even roll-back: if not, go to Windows recovery mode and select appropriate option. Hope it helps.
For you to Stop it you need to stop the services
running for it. Follow the steps below. Click on Start and then Click on run. Type
msconfig. In the System Configuration utility screen click on services tab (Its
on the Top). Once you are on that screen check the option Hide all Microsoft
services. Then look for Recovery Commander. Uncheck that. Uncheck the Hide all
Microsoft applications again. Click on apply. Then click on OK. Reboot the
computer. You will System Configuration utility screen. Check the Option Don't
show this message again and then click on OK. Note: DO NOT uncheck any Microsoft Services. If you want to delete it or remove it from the
computer then installRevo Uninstaller (Freeware).
arpanpallar, If you are certain that pc not causing problem, then hp internal "switch-mode-power-supply" could be the problem. Noisey DC source will cause very strange things to occur on screen!! You or technician will need to look for common visual signs of bad capacitors on the circuit board. Do some reading in my and other CCFL back-lit lcd monitor tech's fixya profiles. 12fixlouie
mmm look you have a setting problem reset the screen to it's defulat if it didn't solve the problem you will have to change the press bottoms and you will need some who know electronics to help you with the board but first try to rest it to the defulat settings
You should start it up in safe mode. To do this, you repeatedly press F8 as it's starting up, until you come to a menu of startup options where you'll see options such as safe mode, safe mode with networking, etc. Boot into safe mode. Once you're in safe mode, you can do lots of stuff like roll back the updates, disable certain startup services, etc.
Actually the button for setting the contrast is a bit loose thats why whenever their is a **** os little movement in the moniter opf ur PC then the contrast button get pressed automatically and the pop up comes up
alright, whenever you restart the computer press "F8" key again and again . you will get the option safe mode. select the safe mode option and press enter key. login with your user account and click on start control panel and you will get two option over there" security center" or automatic update" click on security center or automatic update and select the option "notify me but don't download update for me" and restart the computer in normal mode. if you still get the same problem then choose the the third option "turn off automatic updats" and restart the computer. you should be able to work on your computer.
Its tricky but you need to pop the half circle off to get to the 14mm bolt. Then roll the window down and there is a plastic circle at the top of the door frame. Pop that off and remove the one plillips screw and pop the panel off to get to the remaining 2 10mm bolts holding the door panel on.
There are 3 T30 torx screws to loosen. one in the handle area (pop out the disc) and two in the upright portion of the handle area (pop out the insert). after the screws are out then you can pop of the panel starting on one side and working down across the bottom and then up the other side. the panel is held on with plastic push pins. go to auto parts store and get a tool for removing plastic push pins. after you have popped all the pins hold it by the sides and gently lift up and it will come loose from the window trim. to totally remove the panel disconnect the yellow and green door handle cables and unplug the window and door lock switches. Peel back the liner in the area of the mirror. roll down the window and you will be able to access the 4 (10mm) screws that hold the mirror on. take out the screws and unplug the power lead and you can reverse for installing the new one.