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Laptop Fn key is stuck

Q: Laptop Fn key is stuck

I have an incredibly beat-up laptop that I'm still trying to use. There a external parts missing (a few keys here and there), and the backlight's broken, but otherwise it seems to be in good enough condition.

My current problem is that the fn key won't turn off. It's bothersome when the 'L' key makes the page go down... Any way to fix this?

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A: Laptop Fn key is stuck

"Any way to fix this?"...

Yes stotbug,
replace the beat up keyboard... many replacement laptop keyboards are under $40

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My laptop is Dell Inspiron 14 N4050.
The problem is why it stucks in BIOS and cannot go to windows after I tried installing Windows 10 last time. That time the screen showed "there is not complete drivers inside". After that when I shut down forcefully and turn it on back the screen appeared in blue color and saying please call technician.
These happened after I send my laptop to a Computer shop for reformat. Then backed home I downloaded the new Windows 10 OS and after completed the laptop cannot be used. I think maybe the shop that I send my laptop do not put all the drivers. and the result my laptop cannot be upgraded and now cannot use anymore. many files located inside and I cannot take them back. so sad. please help me.


First thing to do is run an extended hard drive diagnostic - the root of all the problems could be a bad drive.
F12 at powerup.
This system doesn't have official support for anything newer than Windows 8 -- though some have reported 10 will install and run (the audio is the part where the drivers usually fail).

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I feel a bit stupid really :/ I just took out my spacebar to clean under it since it was sticking and barely useable. I proceded to clean it and put it back, but now when i use it it stays down instead of springing back up. It's not really causing a problem (isnt typing repetitive spaces or anything) its jus kind of annoying. How can I fix it?

Thanks in advance

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My Laptop is stuck...I opened my laptop and started it up like usual...when it got to the windows vista home premium screen it just says Please Wait.....and that is where it is stuck...I have pulled battery waited 5 min and then rebooted still same thing...tried to get to safe mode...same thing....I can not even enter bios for some reason...can anyone help...

A:Laptop Stuck...Help

Have you tried Startup Repair? http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tuto...torial148.html

Have you tried a bootable hard drive diagnostic? http://usasma.vox.com/library/post/b...agnostics.html

Have you tried a bootable memory diagnostic? http://usasma.vox.com/library/post/b...agnostics.html

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My mom was updating her laptop and it told her to restart her computer to finish updating. She restarted it and a message came up saying "Updates were not configured correctly. Reverting changes. Do not turn off computer." It froze and she restarted her laptop again. It went back to the same message and is stuck on it. Does anyone know of a way to fix this?

A:Laptop stuck

Try bringing up the Advanced Startup Options by tapping F8 as soon as the laptop is turned on.

Then highlight "Last known good configuration" and press <Enter>

Hopefully that will get you into Windows but it won't solve the update problem.
It could be caused by malware so please post on the malware forum as we aren't allowed to help with malware on the non-malware forums.

malware forum is here: Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help - Tech Support Forum

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Okay so, I wanted to clean my laptop completely so I reset it and now after a certain amount of it loading it says it had trouble resetting and than it takes me to the hard reset screen and it won't let me log on to my laptop anymore, and when I turn my laptop off and turn it back on the blue HP sign keeps popping up and leaving and doing the same thing again but won't take me to my login screen.... I need help.

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I need help, it's been like this for a day or so and I really need my laptop. Idk how long this would take...

A:Laptop Is Stuck?

A day or so? Sorry no choice but to turn it off and restart. If it doesn't fully boot try safe mode.

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Greetings, I would like to ask what is the problem of my Laptop.
According to the PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Notebook Model:             HP Pavilion dv6000
System Board ID:            30BB
Processor Type:              Intel ® Core ™ Duo CPU
Processor Speed:            2000MHZ
Total Memory:                 1024MB
BIOS Version:                  F.2D
Factory installed OS:      Vista
I turn on my Laptop then this will be seen:
We apologize for the inconvenience, but Windows did not start successfully. A recent hardware or software change might have caused this.
If your computer stop responding, restared unexpectedly, or was automatically shut down to protect your files and folders, choose Last Known Good Configuration to revert to the most recent settings that worked.
If a previous startup attempt was interrupted due to a power failure or because the Power or Reset button was pressed, or if you aren't sure wh... Read more

A:Laptop has been stuck at this

I was confused that Factory install was Vista , but Boot Logo shows XP as you stated later , so you are running XP now ?
Either way , that error code usually happens within XP and can be contributed to the hard drive or actually booting fully.
Have a look at this other similar post answered by Hamluis previously that fixed the same issue , if it doesnt Post Back.

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My HP Envy dv6-7210us is typing the letter "p" continuosly.  I am not able to stop it.  Pressed the "p" key repeatedly to try and clear it.  Re-booted the laptop and now not able to log in because it keps typing the letter "p" in the password box.This laptop is only 8 months old.  How can I stop this and fix?

A:Laptop has a stuck key

I have the same problem (with the same letter) on my Envy dv7--did you get a fix for yours?

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I have a Sony vaio laptop that is stuck since last week.it turns on and gets stuck at d welcome page and does not display the password entry option.i can only see the backround of the welcome page and the cursor.i charged it for d whole night and also tried removing and placing back the battery but it did not help.what do i do?

A:Laptop got stuck

Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .... Can you Boot into Safe Mode ? ....
Read the Tutorial below ....

Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot

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My laptop has windows 10 pro. The battery doesnt charge above 90. When it is below 90 it charges normally to 90 then stops. The led indicator changes from orange to white apon reaching 90. The message " plugged but not charging " is displayed when hovering the mouse over the battery icon. I did the battery health report with cmd and the results are in the image in the link . Thanks

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Please help...my HP Pavillion Entertainment PC dv7-3173nr working on Windows 10 has all of a sudden developed these blue and sometimes multi-colored horizontal and vertical lines running through the screen and then it reboots. Sometimes it will work properly for a few minutes before doing this. it also gets hot at the bottom fairly quickly. What do you think this is and how can I fix it?

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Hi to all. I have a Toshiba L305D. Recently i updated vista home and after the update my system would only loop. So i decided to do a clean install of vista which worked out pretty well until i updated again. It was stuck at framework update for more than two hours so smart me choose shutdown and it still didn't shutdown so i manually did it. When i hit the on switch it stuck at the Toshiba welcome screen even if i hit f12 or f2 it still wouldn't budge. So i took out the hard drive and booted it and saw something about Ethernet controller media failed. I formatted the hard drive using my desktop plugged it in and still the same so i decided to install XP on it using my desktop now it says error loading OS. That only happens if i don't hit f12 or f2, if i hit f2 or f12 it sticks at Toshiba screen any advice.

A:Toshiba laptop stuck

Hi -

Wipe the HDD with KillDisk --> http://jcgriff2.com/0x1/killdisk_imgburn.html

Use your Toshiba OEM Vista recovery DVDs to reinstall Vista.

If problems still occur, test HDD --> http://www.techsupportforum.com/2828431-post7.html

Regards. . .



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i just got this laptop, the sound was fine, then my son deleted some programs and now it is stuck on mute.  how to fix? when i click on bottom right of screen it says all is fine, but on my lapop where you can manually push a mute button it is highlighted and won't change.

A:laptop stuck on mute

Recovery Manager is useful for all sorts of tasks,from burning your Recovery Disk set to reinstalling individual drivers or even doing a complete reinstall of your Operating System.Imo,creating your Recovery Disk set is the first and foremost task on a new machine. http://tinyurl.com/2y4rub

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My kids dropped my laptop and it went fuzzy and I shut it off and now that I tried turning it back on it is stuck on the hp logo, I hope it's fixable don't want to loses my pictures

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My laptop is stuck on the logging off screen...nothing is working...even when I turn it off and on again, it comes back on to the same screen.

A:Laptop stuck on log off screen


Manually shut down (hold the power button) the computer (you might have been pushing the Sleep button. If you can't figure it out, just unplug it and let the battery run down.)

Or go to safe mode and do a system restore to before the problem started.


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Hi I have read through all of the messages in the My Laptop stuck at "Please wait" for ever.  forum area, and I believe I know WHY it happened, I just cannot figure outhow to fix it.  I think I turned notebook off (maybe) during a windows update - that's the only thing i can think of.  I've tried taking out battery, checked plugs, removed zip drives, did F11 and held down power to shut off, turned it on and off waiting 4 secs in between as someone suggested. HP support please help!Also, if I need to buy another notebook, will i be able to use my pc to pc data transfer? ThanksVanessa     HP envy 17 k000

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When a laptop is starts, you usually would usually see something like the following:
1) "Windows is loading files..."
2) "Starting Windows"
3) "Screen where you log into your computer"
4) "Computer Desktop"

However, what I saw when I started the computer was the following:
1) "Windows is loading files..."
2) "Starting Windows"
3) "Light grey screen where I can see and move only the mouse cursor"
and an intermittent low volume cricket noise (for lack of better words)
4) no change from 3)

Someone gave me a free refurbished version of ASUS U50F-RBBAG05 because it gave the above problem.
So, despite being a noob (but not a noob noob) at fixing computers, I tried to make a clean install of Windows 7.
However, the laptop decided that it didn't want to install the software--(clicked on install button and waited 3 hours).
The laptop just stayed at 0% progress.

So, I was like, "Okay, so let's TRY to restore this thing back to factory settings via Recovery Partition."
Although I waited on the Light grey screen for about 30-60 minutes, I finally got to the screen that I needed.
Alas, although the laptop did "start" the recovery process, it ended up the same--0% progress and did not budge

I know that the Windows 7 installation disc was not the problem--I had 3 other installation discs (all legit).
Since the laptop decided to not move from 0%, I figured that getting the ASUS res... Read more

A:Laptop stuck at startup?

A "cricket noise" and Windows failing to load during startup is a good indication the hard drive may be dying.

They don't last forever, and they tend to have a shorter life in a laptop than in a desktop.


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hello .. need help. i have Hp ProBook 4520s  . today i hibernate my laptop and after i came to turn it on it gave me the restart problem ... cant enter F8 . tryed to format windows aswell but still the same . tryed also turnin on without battery and to hold the power buton for 15 sec .. any help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXI8Iwi9X1I

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My laptop keeps restaring itself afterwindows xp tries to load. Anyone have a clue?:

A:Laptop stuck in a loop

Tell All!

Are there any errors popping up or just shutting down?

Try to get into safemode let me know if you can?

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I transferred from old laptop wins7 to new one win7 I used the windows easy transfer. I

A:My pictures are stuck on old laptop

Hello Jiully, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Are you able to manually copy them to then new PC?

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my laptop worked well initially. But now I could see the red flash on my mute key and the intosigned mute icon on the screen as well ..some says it is due to hardware change and few say it as software change.. I don't know how to rectify this problem eventough I troubleshoot it and download the audio Intel sst software from the web, I couldn't fix it.?

A:Laptop stuck in mute

Hi, Can you post back with the following details. 1.  The full Model No. and Product No. of your notebook - you can usually get this by holding down the fn key and pressing esc, otherwise see Here for a guide on locating this information. 2.  Hold down the Windows key and press R Into the Run window, type devmgmt.msc and hit enter. In Device Manager, expand Sound, Video and Game Controllers - what devices are listed here? Regards, DP-K

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Hp laptop stuck on second screen only. How can change back?

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My PC is stuck on startup with a blue screen saying this DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_OR_EQUAL_ (ndistpr64.syst)

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I have Windows Vista on my computer. In the boot menu there were three options on which OS I could use. I could either choose Earlier Versions of Windows, Windows Vista or Windows XP Professional setup. In advanced system settings I set Windows Vista as my default OS and then checked the box so that it would wait 0 seconds before booting up. Now it is automatically booting up to Windows XP setup. It starts windows but then stops and I get a message that a .sys file could not be found. It makes me restart my computer and then it automatically enters into the same setup. I can't get out of this loop. I tried putting in a recovery disc and having it boot from my CD drive. Nothing is working. How can I get my computer to boot with Windows Vista instead of the bad setup file? I don't care about losing the information on the drive. I just want to be able to use my computer. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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Hi i have tried different sites for help and got no where. Instead of re typing it out again. I couldnt copy and past the email. But i took screenshots. They have the most detail on them

Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk

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laptop wont boot until the charger is plug in what should i do?

A:Help! laptop stuck at 28% charging

If it only boots with the AC adapter plugged it chances are that the battery needs to be changed.

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I'm using a Acer Aspire 5750G model laptop. After few days my laptop getting stuck on start up(on the desktop)... If I restart few times it won't happen.I'm using windows 7 64 bit on my laptop.

Please help me to fix this problem..

Thank you.

A:Laptop getting stuck on start up

Boot into Win7, download, install, update and run full scans with your AV, Malwarebytes
and SUPERAntiSpyware.

If prob persists run a few Startup Repairs with reboots, report back results.

Then if you can remain booted work through these Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7 especially establishing a Clean Boot, checking logs for repeat errors, tapping the System resources given, testing hardware - you'll have it resolved if you complete them all since if nothing else works it shows how to get a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which is much superior to the bloated corrupt Acer preinstall which smothers Win7.

If you lose ability to boot, work through these other steps for Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start

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I have a ABS G3 laptop, AMD Athlon 64 3400+ running Windows 7 Pro.

I used to play games like Half Life 2, America's Army 2, and so on with no issues whats so ever. On fairly high. It has a ATI Radeon 9700 with 128MB ram on a AGP 8x slot.

No matter what power settings I do, It seems stuck at 798MHz. You'd think when you loaded half life 2 it would change the CPU to the proper speed, but it doesn't. It stays stuck at 798MHz (Half Life 2, while playing, says 798MHz by cpuZ).

What can I do? I can't find any over clocking tools for the AMD CPU, or the Radeon 9700. Windows 7 works so great on this laptop and I don't want to downgrade to XP.

I can't find Windows 7 SIS 755 Drivers. "Base System" says unknown device.
Looking at the temperatures, it says (Core Temp 0.99.5):
Revision: SH-CG
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3400+ (Clawhammer)
Frequency: 798.20MHz (199.55 x 4.0)
Platform: Socket 754
VID: 1.1000v
Core #0: 81F
Low: 75F
High: 84F
Load: 0-15%
Laptop is set to 'High Performance'
System Cooling Policy:
On Battery: Active
Plugged In: Active
(other options are passive)

My cpu seems so sluggish. It really feels like 798MHz. I rate 1.6 because of my CPU
CPU: 1.6
Memory: 4.1
Graphics: 3.8
Gaming Graphics: 3.7
Harddisk: 4.4

So I don't get what's going on. Could it be a chipset issue? I can't find any kind of Sis drivers for this thing.

I found CPUID here are some results:
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A:Laptop stuck @ 798MHz..

One thing to note is my FRAME RATE NEVER goes below 10fps. This is really, odd. If I was lagging really bad it should go well below 10fps... This was tested on L4D, HL2, and HL2 EP2. Red Orchestra seems to play perfectly on medium @ 800x600 resolution..

I was going to install Omega drivers but I can't find any for Windows 7.... I don't want to get a new laptop yet, but when my job requires me to use one I'll just buy a modern laptop that works..

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as soon as I go to internet it starts typing endless qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq-----
in the browser.i cannot do anything because of that.Is it a stuck Q or some virus?

A:key on my sony laptop stuck/

Hi and welcome to TSF does it only happen once you connect to the net also if it is malware then follow the instructions here NEW INSTRUCTIONS - Read This Before Posting For Malware Removal Help - Tech Support Forum

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When I'm clicking ''Avslutt'' in norwegian, which is Turn off, in english. It ask if i want to close the programs, i click yes. Then it prepare to shut down with the ''Shutting down'' screen, and its getting stuck there.. I've tried waiting like 10 min, and its still stuck.

I have to shut it down by holding the power button downn -.- which can destroy the PC :/ any idea what i can do to search after errors in my machine? I'm sure there are alot, im suddenly lagging very much when i am typing.

A:My laptop is stuck on shutdown!

Yes, try this: SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker - created by Brink

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My latitude 5400 won't release from the e-dock. Nothing happens when I press the release button, and I can't manually pull it off. Any ideas?

A:laptop stuck in e-dock

I would check and make sure that the lock is not enabled on the E-Dock.  If you look at the bottom of the right hand side near the rear is a switch.  If you haven't tried already make sure that the switch is not set to the locked setting and then check to see if you are able to eject the notebook.

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I bought a new Lenovo G50-80. And On the very first day I found a red coloured stuck pixel. It is in between left side and the centre. Its quite annoying as well as there chances of spreading it.

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I have a laptop with XP that has become unworkable because it is always "thinking" and takes forever to access or do anything. I have MS security essentials and I need help please.

It is an oldish Dell and I just want to be able to use it to do the basics and browse remotely.

Can anyone please walk me through what I can do to clean it up and get it working to a decent standard?


A:XP laptop stuck in low gear....help???

the four steps I use for a 30k mile checkup:

1. Run TFC by OldTimer (link and directions below)
2. Run ntregopt
3. Run pagedefrag
4. Defrag the harddrive.

In that order.
Clear Cache/Temp Files
Download TFC by OldTimer to your desktop

Please double-click TFC.exe to run it. (Note: If you are running on Vista, right-click on the file and choose Run As Administrator).
It will close all programs when run, so make sure you have saved all your work before you begin.
Click the Start button to begin the process. Depending on how often you clean temp files, execution time should be anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or two. Let it run uninterrupted to completion.
Once it's finished it should reboot your machine. If it does not, please manually reboot the machine yourself to ensure a complete clean.

Please double-click TFC.exe to run it. (Note: If you are running on Vista, right-click on the file and choose Run As Administrator).
It will close all programs when run, so make sure you have saved all your work before you begin.
Click the Start button to begin the process. Depending on how often you clean temp files, execution time should be anywhere from a few seconds to a minute or two. Let it run uninterrupted to completion.
Once it's finished it should reboot your machine. If it does not, please manually reboot the machine yourself to ensure a complete clean.

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Unfortunately I have a work laptop I have to use. I'm running Win7 to write this but I had a few BSODs and it's put me off. Anyway, I can't find the original install files to blank everything and start again (rosettaStone language pack discs & excel)

I've already upgraded the HDD. RAM is 2GB, CPU is dual ~2gb. Win7 experience is 2.2. I've also used TuneUp to check nothing I don't need is running on startup. I've defragged including the pagefile.

As you can imagine XP has got bogged down. I'm running TuneUpUtils and this has definitely improved things a lot but it's such a shock to go back to compared to fairly fresh install of Win7.

It turns out that this laptop isn't actually compatible with win7 and Dell offer NO drivers for it. All the drivers are from intel and microsoft. I guess I shouldn't risk it any more with this laptop on Win7.

I guess what I want to understand is why a reinstall every year or so has to be the only way with everything... just to hard to go the other way...

A:Stuck with XP laptop, speed it up

What is your question?

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Hello. Last night my norton anti virus scan screen wouldn't close down so I stupidly shut down my computer. The computer got stuck at the "logging off" screen. I have left it ther for literally hours and nothing has happened. I trried turning it off manually which works but when I turn it back on I get the screen saying "resuming windows" then it returns to the "logging off" screen. The laptop is a Dell studio 17 and is running windows vista home premium. Please, please, please help me and make it nice and easy lol.

A:Laptop stuck on shut down

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Hi all

I just run NAV 2004 on my laptop and got a some viruses cleaned off and also run Spybot as it was running sluggishly. Standard stuff I do it all the time. It is now stuck in a loop where just as soon as you hear the windows startup jingle it logs of and says saving your settings then the jingle then log off and so on and so forth.

Same happens when booting to last known good configuration and safe mode. On a couple of scandisks it repaired about 20 files which I think were in the prefetch folder.

When I run the XP recovery console it asks for the administrator password then it just leaves me at the command prompt - is it not meant to do something then?

Help me guys!!! :-(

A:Laptop stuck in a loop!

For future reference folks this fixed it: http://www.lavasofthelp.com/articles/v6/04/06/0901.html

Thank the lord!

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I'm struggling with this, hope you guys can help.
Sometimes when I go to Start -> Power -> Shut down, it displays the "Shutting down..." window, then the screen goes black, but the laptop won't turn off completely. That is, the WiFi, Bluetooth and Power (light bulb) indicators are still on (and the battery indicator too if plugged), and I have to force (power button long press) the laptop to shut down. I can also turn off the WiFi and Bluetooth devices using the keyboard at this stage (with FN button). And if I keep the laptop this way long enough (unplugged), my battery will be completely drained.
I say sometimes because this seems to just happen randomly. I could shut down my laptop at some point and it will turn off just fine, but a few hours later when I shut it down again it will get stuck.
I googled and tried everything I could come up with but nothing seems to work. I tried 1) taking the laptop apart, disconnecting and reconnecting literally everything I could see, 2) cleaning my laptop, 3) resetting Windows and BIOS to factory settings, 4) replacing my SSD and installing Windows from scratch, and 5) formatting my HDD. Googling for solutions I mostly found people suggesting disabling Fast Boot so obviously I did that too.
The only change I made before this started happening (at least that's what I remember) was disabling hibernation (cmd admin -> powercfg -h off), so this may be related, but I'm not sure. This seems hardw... Read more

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after almost a week from updating windows 8 to 8.1, when I log in to my pc  windows stuck at a "please wait" in start menu for ever, there is a cancel option but it doesn't work, i can't reach the desktop or anything.  i recovered the laptop once but the problem came again !


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A:My Laptop stuck at "Please wait" for ever.

I called the support team and the solution soved by the following steps :login to the affected accountPress Windows Key + L to lock the computerSwitch to a user account with administrator priveledgesopen task manager & switch to the "Processes" tab (Press "More Details" if don't see a processes tab)find restoreoptin.exe & end task that processswitch back to affected account (Start Page, click your account name/picture, click the account you want to switch to)Open Charm menu (windows key + C), select "Settings", then Change PC SettingsSelect SkydriveModify the File Storage, Camera Roll, and Sync Settings (not sure which one does the trick)logout & log back inyou should no longer be prompted with the blank 'please wait' screen 

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I inserted a software CD for a wireles HP printer using the CD/DVD tray and when I opened the tray to take the CD out the CD did not come out and is stuck inside my computer.  The tray opens and closes normally but the CD is stuck inside.  How did I get the CD out of my computer?

A:CD stuck inside my laptop

that depends on what kind of notebook you have, a model number and serial number whould be helpfull, alot of the new drives are held in by 1 screw which is on the bottom of the notebook. if you slide the drive out maybe you can get the disk.sherwin1986 wrote:I inserted a software CD for a wireles HP printer using the CD/DVD tray and when I opened the tray to take the CD out the CD did not come out and is stuck inside my computer.  The tray opens and closes normally but the CD is stuck inside.  How did I get the CD out of my computer? 

click Kudos to say thanks if I helped

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I have a Asus n550jk and and its stuck on 1366x768. It can go to 1920x1080 but is giving me no option to. I have update the drivers and try uninstalling them and reinstalling them but no luck

Any ideas?

A:My laptop stuck on 1366x768

I see 4 video drivers two are nVidia and two are Intel. Which of the four drivers is installed?

Since there are a few models with different letters after n550jk, it would help if you posted the exact model and not just the broad model name.

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So I decided to restart my laptop, and when it started to restart the computer screen went black and the laptop shut down and when I turned it on, it would just get stuck on the hp logo turning on and off. What can I do to Fix it?

A:Laptop stuck on hp logo

Hi @Littletigger35 Welcome to the HP Support forum. Happy New Year ! This is happening because the computer cannot successfully and fully load Windows. This may be hardware problem or software problem. Did you perform some change recently ,something new these days, last hours before the issue started ? Perform hard restart/forced reset. More info and how to here >> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01684768/    Please, perform some basic hardware checks 1. Please, shutdown the computer using the power button2. Power it on.2.1 As soon as you press the power-on button, immediately begin hitting the Esc button (like tap-tap-tap).This should open a HP Startup Menu which may look similar to this one 3. Choose F2 to open System Diagnostics. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform System Test >> Quick test.This will check major hardware componets for issue (do it just in case) . Here is more info >> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03467259#AbT1 If there are no system checks/no quick tests, perform HDD and RAM check. Let me know the test results. If the tests pass without issues, continue. If not, please, let me know 4. Repeat steps 1-2 above but when HP Startup menu opens, please choose F11 for System Recovery options.The computer should boot from it's recovery partition to open you various recovery options. Note, that F11 option will only work if the recovery partition is there (not deleted... Read more

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So I decided to restart my laptop, and when it started to restart the computer screen went black and the laptop shut down and when I turned it on, it would just get stuck on the hp logo turning on and off. What can I do to Fix it?

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Keyboard stopped working, so I decided to restart he laptop, and now its stuck on the screen Restarting and the wheel isn't even spinning. Even when I hold the power button for 1 min+ it still doesn't shut down... I can't afford to lose anything on this laptop.

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Dell Inspiron 1525 - Windows Vista

Yesterday I tried to turn off my laptop, but it got stuck in the "logging off" process.
I turned off manually and turned it on again, but when it starts it says Resuming windows,
and goes back to the logging off stage...
Please advice.

A:Laptop stuck in logging off - Please help

That problem was addressed at this forum and the poster did get a fix. Worth a try I suppose.


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