Having Blue Screen Problem in Compaq Presario Laptop

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A few weeks ago, my uncle who lives in China gave me a present of a Compaq laptop that had Windows 7 already installed. The Windows had very high quality graphics at first.

However, after a few days, I came to realize that Windows 7 was not as easy to navigate as Windows XP.

Then I tried to install Windows XP after formatting the drive C:. For a while it worked okay, but now I have noticed some serious problems. A blue screen has popped up that says ‘physical memory error’.

I reinstalled Windows XP and formatted  again, but nothing was different. 
 

How can I fix it?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111986

Having Blue Screen Problem in Compaq Presario Laptop

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Hello Gibson,

This is a common problem throughout the world, with regard to XP. The laptop is designed, in such a way that it supports Windows of higher versions than XP.   Nevertheless, there is a good solution for you. 

First go to your BIOS and check for Sata Raid driver. Probably you cannot get it on your BIOS. If you can change it to a different state, you can enjoy  Windows XP.

But if you cannot get it, then download Windows XP CD, with Raid Driver or go to the market and you will find some Windows XP CD with raid driver. This Windows, is only designed for laptops of this kind.  This is the only reason, that newer versions of  laptops do not  support Windows XP. 

Enjoy it !

Answered By 0 points N/A #111988

Having Blue Screen Problem in Compaq Presario Laptop

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Hi,

The problem seems to be brought up, by  a corrupted Operating System of your laptop.

 For that, I would advice you to first repair the OS.  But if the problem still persists,

 you have to format the computer.

Answered By 0 points N/A #111989

Having Blue Screen Problem in Compaq Presario Laptop

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Dear Gibson,

The solution seems to be good for me. But I have got another solution for you.

If you have any Linux CD with you, you can just make a partition of your hard disk. There you are going to only partition the hard disk, not installing the Linux.

After that you will remove the Linux CD and Use the Windows CD to re-partition them in NTFS format and setup the Windows.

That works !!

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