Question about Compaq Presario Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Have you tried to do a R recovery form boot ? by hitting the R key many times til it pops up you can boot to safe mode and do a recovery or many other options from there ?
have you tried the setup F2 to boot from H Drive ?
have you tried adjusting your bios so boots from HD and to see if an OS is even there ?
and if so on all of these then you need a new Opp. System you can call your manufact. and see if they will give you a disc if not will have to buy one lenix kubunto 9.10 is a good OS and is free, and XP Pro you can get for 100.00$ or less online, got to go to download.com and should be able to find what you need for an OS and many other software that are helpful the fixist good luck and have a nice day get back to me on how you are doing with this after you try all this
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