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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I noticed you were talking about over heating issues. Does the mouse issue happen when the computer is on for a period time?
I know with some laptops there is software for the "gadgets" on the mouse pad. If you have software related to it.. try reinstalling.
I am getting mixed thoughts of what you maybe talking about... please explain.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
SOURCE: HP NX9600 wont power up.
The Compaq NX 9600 is rather a complicated and somewhat notorious problem child. One of HP's better ideas, and a good one when it is working.
Disconnect Power adapter from PC
Hold down power on button for 30 seconds
Remove both memory modules, Stot1 and Slot2.
Re-connect power adapter
Attempt to reboot.
If nothing happens the book says replace the motherboard which is very pricey.
email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org and give me and update as I don't visit this site often.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
I don'tmknow if Compaq is doing things different for you guys across the pond, but if you got to compaq;s website you will find a list of models with the same problems. They are offering
a one time fix, free of charge on these models. ( My wife's just came back, they replaced the Mother board.] They are doing this even if out of warranty. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Ok what sometimes happens is that the power cable breaks close to the Jack, or the Jack, cracks away the solder on the Motherboard... you first need to establish if you PSU, is actually putting out power, you can do this with a meter set to Volts. If it is OK, then your problem is on the MB, if NOT it is the Plug, wire to plug etc, check all this before you get a new supply, which hopefully that is what it is... If the MB cracked out... then it is a job for a service man.. or if you are handy with a soldering iron, it can be done yourself. On rare occasions it is the actual power unit Inside the PC...
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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