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Compaq my computer has a default screen beacuse it got rebooted...so how do i make it become regular n at sized screen????

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Depending if your video card settings and drivers are correct. First try to Right Click your mouse over the desktop area and choose properties. At the top tabs choose Settings, then on the lower left adjust screen resolution and click Ok.

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ok you will have to get the cd from a retailer or call your computer manifacture to get the repair disk.
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My computer screen goes black and has trouble rebooting.


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If your screen goes black add no display, you need to open the mainboard and check the parts specially the processor, i think the processor overheat, that causes no screen become black, you need to remove and clean, after that you put it back, just put a thermal paste in the back of your processor, so that the heat is absorbed,

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I cant adjust my picture size to normal on my Sony Wega 51" TV


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I have a presariov2000 lap top and I need to restore it to the manufacturer


Recovery Disks No longer come with HP Desktops/Laptops. There is a built-in program in your Program Files that allows the user to create their own set of recovery disks. But you may not need to use the recovery disks to bring the computer back to the manufacturer state. All the Windows XP and programs that come with your computer are on the hard drive on a separate D:RECOVERY partition you can see in My Computer. But you should create the recovery disks in case the Recovery Partition built on your hard drive becomes corrupted.

Several ways to recover your Laptop and how to create a set of Recovery Disks: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00608578&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&rule=21872&product=500508

Without the Recovery disks:

Right after you turn on your computer, start Tapping the F11 key. Shortly after the HP Logo screen disappears you should enter the System Recovery.

Click next and on the next screen they should be some information about System Recovery. After each screen that you click next (Go Slow so you don't miss it) One of the screens should have 2 options near the top:

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At the bottom of this screen will be another Next Button. Do Not click next right away because this will start a "Non-Destructive" Recovery where the computer will only restore Windows files to the factory default but the addition data and programs you or someone may have put on the computer will still be on the computer after this recovery as well as they may not work properly since all the Windows files have been defaulted back to factory settings.

At the top, click Advanced. You should then get an option to perform the "Destructive" Recovery which will recover the computer completely back to Manufacturer Default. Choose the Destructive recovery and click next.

This process can take awhile, let it finish to completion (Do not turn off your computer or stop this process in the middle of the recovery, or you WILL need disks to recover the Laptop)

After it finishes, the computer will prompt you to reboot. Reboot the computer, it will boot you into a new Windows where it will do some final configuration and will be back to the manufacturer default.

Remember, this will wipe out all your data, so if you have anything of importance on the computer, Back up the data first, and its recommened that you do regular backups when the computer is working as well.

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Try this, when you get to the red & white screen, down below it is instructions to press one of your F-Keys. F2, F3 etc, to get it to go to your setup screen. press the appropriate F-Key to go there. when you are there, at the bottom of the setup screen, there should be a button for loading your default settings, Load your default settings, press the keep and save button and exit. good luck.

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The Start up screen for Compaq series computers is normal, that screen takes you into your BIOS mode. when the screen appears press F1, at the bottom of the screen it will say press F5 or one of those keys to install your Default Settings, Click Yes and Exit. That should do it. Good Luck.

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at that xp screen the computer loads all of the drivers and windows components. is is possible that something recently installed was not good or something has become corrupted. reboot the computer and as it is coming up continually tap the f8 key. you will get to the windows advanced options menu. choose the option for last known good configuration. if this doesnt solve your problem you may need to reinstall windows on this computer.

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