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It sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me. See if you can boot into the recover partition to test if it’s there by pressing ESC at startup - or even if the drive still works. Another way to do it is to try booting into a Linux distro and checking if the drive registers. If neither works, the drive has failed. [Referguide|4023|Refer to this guide to to change the hard drive.|guide|4023drive.]
It sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me. See if you can boot into the recover partition to test if it’s there by pressing ESC at startup - or even if the drive still works. Another way to do it is to try booting into a Linux distro and checking if the drive registers. If neither works, the drive has failed. [Referguide|4023|Refer to this guide to to change the hard drive.|guide|4023drive.]
 
This netbook uses Win7 Starter (32-bit only), so you will need to modify a 32-bit Windows ISO by removing ei.cfg and seeing if you can install Starter, or find a OEM recovery DVD set to recover it back to factory condition. [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|Refer to this link] to grab the files required, but the OS file will need to be sourced elsewhere if the link is hosting the old Digital River files - which were removed when Microsoft dropped them and do their own hosting, hiding them behind a product key prompt.
 
If you have a XP version of this netbook, then you will need a standard XP install CD or can install Linux. This is much easier to find a copy of online. Howrver, if you use Linux you need a lightweight distro since the netbooks were never powerful enough to handle a heavier distros. Write this to a USB drive if at all possible, but you can use a DVD and an external drive if you want - any good DVD drive will work.

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It sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me. See if you can boot into the recover partition to test if it’s there by pressing ESC at startup - or even if the drive still works. Another way to do it is to try booting into a Linux distro and checking if the drive registers. If neither works, the drive has failed. [Refer to this guide to to change the hard drive.|guide|4023]
It sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me. See if you can boot into the recover partition to test if it’s there by pressing ESC at startup - or even if the drive still works. Another way to do it is to try booting into a Linux distro and checking if the drive registers. If neither works, the drive has failed. [Refer to this guide to to change the hard drive.|guide|4023]
 
This netbook should have a recovery partition. To use it press ESC at startupuses Win7 Starter (32-bit only), so you will need to modify a 32-bit Windows ISO by removing ei.cfg and select System Recovery. If it's still there and works then it should work.
If that doesn't do it, then it sounds like the
seeing if you can install Starter, or find a OEM recovery partition is damaged or it's goingDVD set to berecover it back to factory condition. [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|Refer to this link] to grab the hard drive. Try reloadingfiles required, but the OS from the recovery media and seefile will need to be sourced elsewhere if it holds. If it does, it's the recovery partition. If it gives you any problems then the drivelink is dead.
This netbook uses Win7 Starter. Get a Windows 7 32-bit ISO from a place that grabbed
hosting the old Digital River ISOfiles - which were removed when Microsoft dropped them and download it. Once you do that run it throughtheir own hosting, hiding them behind a tool that does a ei.cfg removal. I have found it for you. You can get it [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|here].
I have a ISO I did this to but this is easy. Mine came from Digital River.
The ISO needs to be 32-bit to work. This will not work on a 64-bit ISO as Starter doesn't come in 64-bit.
If you have a XP version of this netbook, then get Windows 7 Home Premium or install Linux on it. Use Xubuntu on this. Ubuntu is too heavy for netbooks
product key prompt.
This netbook should have a recovery partition. To use it press ESC at startupuses Win7 Starter (32-bit only), so you will need to modify a 32-bit Windows ISO by removing ei.cfg and select System Recovery. If it's still there and works then it should work.
If that doesn't do it, then it sounds like the
seeing if you can install Starter, or find a OEM recovery partition is damaged or it's goingDVD set to berecover it back to factory condition. [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|Refer to this link] to grab the hard drive. Try reloadingfiles required, but the OS from the recovery media and seefile will need to be sourced elsewhere if it holds. If it does, it's the recovery partition. If it gives you any problems then the drivelink is dead.
This netbook uses Win7 Starter. Get a Windows 7 32-bit ISO from a place that grabbed
hosting the old Digital River ISOfiles - which were removed when Microsoft dropped them and download it. Once you do that run it throughtheir own hosting, hiding them behind a tool that does a ei.cfg removal. I have found it for you. You can get it [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|here].
I have a ISO I did this to but this is easy. Mine came from Digital River.
The ISO needs to be 32-bit to work. This will not work on a 64-bit ISO as Starter doesn't come in 64-bit.
If you have a XP version of this netbook, then get Windows 7 Home Premium or install Linux on it. Use Xubuntu on this. Ubuntu is too heavy for netbooks
product key prompt.
 
No matter whatIf you choose,have a XP version of this netbook, then you will need ana standard XP install CD or can install Linux. This is much easier to find a copy of online. Howrver, if you use Linux you need a lightweight distro since the netbooks were never powerful enough to handle a heavier distros. Write this to a USB drive if at all possible, but you can use a DVD and an external drive if you want - any good DVD drive. You can find one [http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2|here].

Should your hard
drive be bad, here's the guide. [guide|4023]will work.
No matter whatIf you choose,have a XP version of this netbook, then you will need ana standard XP install CD or can install Linux. This is much easier to find a copy of online. Howrver, if you use Linux you need a lightweight distro since the netbooks were never powerful enough to handle a heavier distros. Write this to a USB drive if at all possible, but you can use a DVD and an external drive if you want - any good DVD drive. You can find one [http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2|here].

Should your hard
drive be bad, here's the guide. [guide|4023]will work.

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One of 2 thingsIt sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me.
One of 2 thingsIt sounds like a bad OS or failing hard drive to me.
 
noThis netbook should have a recovery partition. To use it press ESC at startup and select System Recovery. If it's still there and works then it should work.
If that doesn't do it, then it sounds like the recovery partition is damaged or it's going to be the hard drive. Try reloading the
OS from the recovery media and see if it holds. If it does, it's the recovery partition. If it gives you any problems then the drive is dead.
This netbook uses Win7 Starter. Get a Windows 7 32-bit ISO from a place that grabbed the Digital River ISO and download it. Once you do that run it through a tool that does a ei.cfg removal. I have found it for you. You can get it [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|here].
I have a ISO I did this to but this is easy. Mine came from Digital River.
The ISO needs to be 32-bit to work. This will not work on a 64-bit ISO as Starter doesn't come in 64-bit.
If you have a XP version of this netbook, then get Windows 7 Home Premium or install Linux on it. Use Xubuntu on this. Ubuntu is too heavy for netbooks.
noThis netbook should have a recovery partition. To use it press ESC at startup and select System Recovery. If it's still there and works then it should work.
If that doesn't do it, then it sounds like the recovery partition is damaged or it's going to be the hard drive. Try reloading the
OS from the recovery media and see if it holds. If it does, it's the recovery partition. If it gives you any problems then the drive is dead.
This netbook uses Win7 Starter. Get a Windows 7 32-bit ISO from a place that grabbed the Digital River ISO and download it. Once you do that run it through a tool that does a ei.cfg removal. I have found it for you. You can get it [https://ibanniebtechsupport.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/windows-7-isos-and-ei-cfg-removal-utility/|here].
I have a ISO I did this to but this is easy. Mine came from Digital River.
The ISO needs to be 32-bit to work. This will not work on a 64-bit ISO as Starter doesn't come in 64-bit.
If you have a XP version of this netbook, then get Windows 7 Home Premium or install Linux on it. Use Xubuntu on this. Ubuntu is too heavy for netbooks.
 
dead HDDNo matter what you choose, you will need an USB external DVD drive. You can find one [http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2|here].
dead HDDNo matter what you choose, you will need an USB external DVD drive. You can find one [http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2|here].
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this

If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium

here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this
Should your hard drive too)

http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3

here is windows 7 home premium

http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4

Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks

http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download

you also need a external DVD drive

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2

trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)

Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault

[guide|4023]

If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops

Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case

All else fails, motherboard is going
be bad, I found a cheap working one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Compaq-Mini-110-System-Motherboard-579568-001-Tested-/251035864111?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a72e74c2f

note you will need to reload windows after a motherboard swap, the OS "marries" the motherboard, and the key is no good after

If you cannot find a motherboard cheaper then this, buy it, otherwise this thing may just be worth a visit to eBay for parts, just pull
here's the HDDguide. [guide|4023]
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this

If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium

here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this
Should your hard drive too)

http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3

here is windows 7 home premium

http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4

Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks

http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download

you also need a external DVD drive

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2

trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)

Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault

[guide|4023]

If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops

Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case

All else fails, motherboard is going
be bad, I found a cheap working one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Compaq-Mini-110-System-Motherboard-579568-001-Tested-/251035864111?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a72e74c2f

note you will need to reload windows after a motherboard swap, the OS "marries" the motherboard, and the key is no good after

If you cannot find a motherboard cheaper then this, buy it, otherwise this thing may just be worth a visit to eBay for parts, just pull
here's the HDDguide. [guide|4023]

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks
 
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
 
you also need a external DVD drive
 
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad, I found a cheap working one
 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Compaq-Mini-110-System-Motherboard-579568-001-Tested-/251035864111?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a72e74c2f
 
note you will need to reload windows after a motherboard swap, the OS "marries" the motherboard, and the key is no good after
 
If you cannot find a motherboard cheaper then this, buy it, otherwise this thing may just be worth a visit to eBay for parts, just pull the HDD

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks
 
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
 
you also need a external DVD drive
 
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going badbad, I found a cheap working one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Compaq-Mini-110-System-Motherboard-579568-001-Tested-/251035864111?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a72e74c2f

note you will need to reload windows after a motherboard swap, the OS "marries" the motherboard, and the key is no good after
All else fails, motherboard is going badbad, I found a cheap working one
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Compaq-Mini-110-System-Motherboard-579568-001-Tested-/251035864111?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a72e74c2f

note you will need to reload windows after a motherboard swap, the OS "marries" the motherboard, and the key is no good after

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks
 
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
 
you also need a external DVD drive
 
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
Ubuntu Linux is also good for netbooks
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
you also need a external DVD drive
 
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
you also need a external DVD drive
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
you also need a external DVD drive
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SE-208AB-TSBS-External-DVD-Writer/dp/B005KQ0S8S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1334317890&sr=8-2
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve itit, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve itit, but this is not necessary most likely, i am including this in case
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
 
[guide|4023]
 
If that fails, there are some resets and little tips I find work at times with HP laptops
 
Remove the battery and press the power button on the unit to drain excess power from the netbook, and this may solve it
 
All else fails, motherboard is going bad in this thing, and as much as I prefer repair, netbooks are NOT worth trying, unless it's REALLY cheap!

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Text:

One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incidentincident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incidentincident(i tell people to buy the builder's when they get rid of XP or Vista)
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Disassembling-Compaq-Mini-110-Hard-Drive/4023/1
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http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Disassembling-Compaq-Mini-110-Hard-Drive/4023/1
[guide|4023]

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One of 2 things
 
no OS
 
dead HDD
 
This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this
 
If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium
 
here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)
 
http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3
 
here is windows 7 home premium
 
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4
 
trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident
 
Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault
http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Disassembling-Compaq-Mini-110-Hard-Drive/4023/1

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Nick ,

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One of 2 things

no OS

dead HDD

This laptop/netbook(they are the same thing to me really) have a recovery partition, press ESC and select "system recovery", and try this

If that is no help, replace the HDD in it, and get a copy of windows 7 home premium 32 bit, you need it, the key is for starter, not home premium

here is a drive(I picked a 160GB, there are other sizes on this drive too)

http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digital-Scorpio-Cache-Notebook/dp/B000RH3W9M/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261868&sr=8-3

here is windows 7 home premium

http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Premium-32bit-System-Builder/dp/B004Q0T10A/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1334261946&sr=8-4

trust me, you don't need the support,if you do, pay per incident

Here is the HDD guide if it's the HDD at fault

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