Question about HP Computers & Internet
Well they all do infected, (oldest story there is on PC';endless)
which OS?, oper. system. XP the Virus magnet?
HP only supports VISTA as newest OS for the OLD notebook
Rule1 : it must run on AC power only (wall power) battery out
batteries are shorted lived, and can short. so. get it out of there first.
get the PC working that try battery. LAST OF ALL.
That is first.
Its not hot, 30c is cold.
You re-installed, windows. via, what the HP disks?
DId you boot from the CD? from HP>? to do a fresh install?
or some old Microsoft disk? no disk or OS stated here.
When you use a CD to install after the setup.exe runs
it reboots the PC and the CD MUST be removed.
or keeps repeating the 1st phase of install for ever.
phase2 runs off HDD, to complete, if this fails the HDD dead.
HDD can be 1/2 good, and fail see? like a glass of water with small hole... bad.
if that fails, the HDD is bad, or power to it is weak. (wrong)
Did the install complete.?
DId you make sure BIOS is booting to the HDD?
HDD = hard disk drive.
My wild guess unseen is (near useless) IS, HDD bad.
put in a new SSD drive and win.
your PC is near end of support at HP
get the software seen below and keep it. for later.
here are drivers (pick your OS and use those) just drivers.
next get the media kit, from HP,
here is the media kit page, the official HP install disks or USB stick way.
Posted on Mar 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was able to fix my problem.
It was being caused by the DVDRW drive in the media bay.
I removed my DVDRW drive and it started to boot fine. I then cleaned the DVDRW contacts and inserted it back and viola - everything was back to normal.
Considering that we both have the same model and our laptops are the same age, you might want to check the drive.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
SOURCE: Amilo L7310GW will not boot up
Can you try switching on without the wireless mini pci card . but exercise care while disconnecting the thin two wires named MAIN & AUX from WLAN card .It is easy to remove this and you dont have to disassemble the entire notebook for this
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
No, not a battery problem. The computer would still boot, it would just reload defaults.
It sounds like it is hanging attempting to look for the hard drive. Try removing the hard drive and see if you can get into BIOS then. If so, then that is your problem. Post back if it isn't and we'll go a step further.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Contact with notebook repairing engineer. Might be coz of some short circuit, BIOS corruption or any malfunction of the hardware.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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