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If you havent tried to boot your operating system from a disk or jump drive (which you can get from you local PC store for around 5 bucks) then I'd say your either missing harware components, or the ones you have are fried, and your better off buying a new PC.
Try booting into safe mode by pressing F8 at startup until the boot menu appears. Then select "safe mode with networking". If it boots into safe mode then see if your missing some drivers in device manager. If you are then download and install them. Next run some anti-virus and anti-malware programs to make sure your system is clean.
Take a look at this post that deals with a HP nx6110 laptop with random freeze ups. See if the described symptoms also happen on your laptop. If you did
experience random freezeups or slow DVD you're dealing with the same FSB chip
problem. All peripherals, USB ports included, are connected on the Front
Side Bus. Poor soldering causes intermittent contact which in turn
results in hanging, slow, or totally non bootable (stuck at HP logo)
laptop. Hope this helps.
need to reset bios password. download a bios password eraser, or see if there is a reset under one of the panels on bottom of pc. usually not but i have seen them. you can pull the onboard battery for a day but usually cant get to it. best bet is check who makes your bios and get a bootable cracker
This is the issue with the monitor.This is a hardware issue.Please connect the notebook to external monitor and check .If it is working fine then it is the issue with the LCD of notebook
If not then this is the issue with the video card.
And ckeck the power cables tooi think this is the issue with the monitor of the notebookAny how you can try to install the latest version of video drivers
Try using an external CD drive. Some machines will allow you to boot from an external and some won't. If yours does and the external will boot from the CD, then your CD drive is bad. Usually it's the optical eye that goes out on these, unfortunately you have to replace the whole thing.