HP Mini 110-3518cl


HP Mini-Note 2133, Asus Eee PC 701 and Everex ...
HP Mini-Note 2133, Asus Eee PC 701 and Everex Cloudbook (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today, we will be doing a recovery on a HP Mini model 110-3518cl. After plugging in the computer, switch on the power which is on the right side of the computer, hold down or press the ESC key.
You should see the starup Menu
F1 System information
F2 System Diagnostics
F9 Boot Device Options
F10 BIOS Setup
F11 System Recovery

Once you press F11 you should see the Recovery Manager. There you will be given three choices.

The first box gives you the option to choose:
Microsoft System Restore
System Recovery
Minimized image Recovery

2nd box allows you to run a computer checkup

3rd box is for if you wish to back up your files

If you wish to continue click on System Recovery

The next page gives you the option to back any files before restoring the computer. If you wish not to back up your files, click where it says“Recover without backing up your files.”

After making your selected choice, then click NEXT. A warning will prompt you to make sure to disconnect any devices except for the power and the mouse. Click OK.

You will see Welcome to Recovery Manager, click NEXT to begin.

The computer will start the process of restoring the computer to Factory settings. This may take a while, so you might want to go and do something else. This should take around 20 minutes.

After recovery is complete click FINISH. Install any software to protect your computer, I have provided some links to help you with this process.

Ccleaner

http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

Below is a link for Free AVG- Antivirus

http://free.avg.com/us-en/homepage

Below is a link for Free ZoneAlarm Anti-Virus

http://www.zonealarm.com/software/free-antivirus/

Below is a link for Free Avast Anti-virus

https://www.avast.com/en-us/index

Malware Bytes prevents and searches types of Malware that you may have inadvertently loaded inside your computer. If your computer is acting weird, run a scan of Malware Bytes. Below I have provided a link for a Free Malware bytes.

https://www.malwarebytes.org/free/

Windows 7 showing black screen with Cursor


 

English: Microsoft Windows 3.1 with black scre...
English: Microsoft Windows 3.1 with black screen of death in VMware Virtual machine Deutsch: Black Screen of Death auf einem Microsoft Windows 3.1 in einer virtuellen Maschine mit VMware Español: Una Black Screen of Death en windows, cuando una aplciacion DOS no responde (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

today, we will be working on a hp probook 4520s laptop computer with windows 7,.

when a friend dropped off his computer, he said all that he was getting was a black screen, after doing some searches found some ways to fix this issue. So, when he clicked on the account, the screen would go black showing only the mouse cursor. First thing to do is restart the computer, and go to SafeMode.

To do this power down the computer, then power up the computer holding  down the F8 key. This key is along the top of the keys. When you do this you will see a black screen, with text, what the computer is doing is loading  certain drivers, at the top you will see the words “SafeMode” move down to where you see the words” Last good configuration (Advanced).

This should work you might have to do this a couple of times.

The next step is to Load Malware Bytes, I will provide a link below:

After this is done, your computer should be working normally, hope this helps.

https://www.malwarebytes.org/free/

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Here are three eBay scams taking place across the country. Read on so you don’t become a victim.

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How to boost your Wi-Fi for $50 | Komando.com


How many times have you clicked a video or link and waited, and waited? You can’t know for sure if it is your gadget, your Wi-Fi or the website that’s holding up progress. All too often, the fault is your Wi-Fi signal.

To learn more click the link below:

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A new version of the old IRS scam is spreading | Komando.com


Imagine if this happened to you. Joe Avery of South Bend, Indiana listened to the voicemail message the man left for him several times. A federal agent was letting him know that he was about to be named in a federal lawsuit and that sheriff’s deputies were on their way to arrest him for five criminal allegations.

To learn more click the link below:

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