Question about HP Compaq 610 Cq610 Notebook Laptop 1.86gDvdrw 2gb 250gb Windows 7 Webcam
I don't know how to turn the orange light blue on the laptop. I did this by accident and need help! I tried everything I could and even put in my wireless code manually. I even tried opening the network and sharing centre and that didn't work.
In any cases you can enable your computers wireless card by holding down the FN key (Usually located lower left side of keyboard) And then pressing the F2 key (Should have a picture of a wireless signal on it) If it's not F2 look accross the other F1-F12 keys for one that does. Some are marked with the word "Wireless"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Follow the link below, read about this problem, and then call the special HP phone number. They are repairing these computers under a special enhanced warranty policy, even if the regular warranty is expired. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: unable to start laptop
I understand the urgency and also the importance of data stored in the laptop.
As the laptop is unable to start in normal mode let us try in safe mode.
Follow the steps below:
1. Turn the laptop off completely.
2. Press the power on button to turn it on and at the same time simultaneously keep tapping ' F8 ' key on key pad until you see a advanced boot options screen.
3. Select 'safe mode' and hit enter.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Assuming this is the DV7 series laptop you picked when you posted there is a small wireless key above the keyboard(not embedded in the F keys) that shout be orange with the wireless picture displaying if it has been turned of.
press the key and wait about ten seconds and it should be fine.
If the key doen't turn blue then you may have a "real" problem, if it does you should be fine.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
We had this same problem too with an HP TX2000 and we tried all the usual things too of updating all the drivers, removing, reinstalling etc etc. We were then getting the signal sometimes and not other times. What appears to have helped was some advice we saw to temporarilly take out the battery and hold the start button for 20 seconds to discharge the capacitor. However, the simplest solution has proved not to put the battery in at all when using wireless at all, and we seem to be able to see wireless networks always. I know it sounds bizarro and is.
My IT friend and I after 3 1/2 hours of phutzing around have soem ideas abour why this might be the case. Firstly this is running the AMD chip which according to other sources seems to be the only one with this problem. Second this computer has a history of over heating. I was also wondering if the battery charger is over heating the computer and is next to the wireless module on the motherboard??? I will leave that up to someone else to work out.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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