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Computer boot problem
Temporarily swapping-in another power-supply is the first thing to try.
Don't connect the disk-drives, CD/DVD drive, nor 3.5-inch drive.
If the computer "beeps", and shows the POST (Power On Self Test) screen, then changing the power-supply is the solution.
Look at the motherboard -- any "blown" or "bulging" capacitors?
on Oct 27, 2009
NO Power up at all, Nothing!
Do you have a LAN connection on the machine that you use? That would be an area to start to make sure that (when a LAN cable is plugged in, the incoming and outgoing lights will blink) the power supply still works. If the power supply does still work, it could be the motherboard or CPU which isn't working. It could be something simple like thermal compound needs to be reaplied to the CPU, or there may be faulty hardware. Let me know if the power supply is still working.
on Apr 15, 2009
No audio device
Visit this website:http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=3184154&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en
Once the page loads, select the Operating System currently installed on your computer. Once you select it, scroll down the page until you find the section labeled, "Original Drivers." Inside that section, locate and click on the link for, "Summer 2006 Original Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers." Now you will be taken to a page where you can download the drivers for your sound device.
Once you downloaded the driver, open it. An installation utility should open and begin the driver installation process. Once the installation is complete and you restarted your computer, you should have sound abilities again.
Let me know if I can assist you further, or if I need to explain any of my instructions with more detail. (If this solves your problem, please assist me by rating my solution.)
on Mar 22, 2009
No Power to PC
When your pc starts to boot up do you get two beeps one then another, although not two together, if not and only one beep occurs
this could mean a memory problem, two beeps together normally a cmos bios problem.(Only part you've not changed was your ram)
Do you get as far as the bios screen?, if so look for a line in advanced cmos settings, saying 'halt on all errors' dissable this and sometimes on boot up the problem will show itself in the initial dos screen.
on Mar 01, 2009
Hi i'm A ojt technician
it cannot find COMMAND.COM Explanation:
When you boot up DOS, you are placed at what is commonly called the
"C: prompt", where you can type commands or run programs. The part of DOS that
reads what you type and executes commands is called the command interpreter
is stored in the file "COMMAND.COM". This interpreter is loaded when you start
the system or when you start an MS-DOS session under Windows 95, and is also reloaded in
some cases when you finish running a program. In this case, the system was unable to find
COMMAND.COM and therefore halted the system.
- Make sure that COMMAND.COM is in the C:\ root directory, or if it somewhere else, that
there is a line in AUTOEXEC.BAT that reads "COMSPEC=X:\PATH" where
"X:\PATH" is wherever COMMAND.COM resides.
- Edit the PATH command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, if you are trying to run a command in
another directory that should be accessible from anywhere.
please send me a feed back if this works out thnk you.
on Dec 13, 2008
Hi i need the the
You can find any drivers you need here:
Just select your operating system from the option on the page (XP, Vista, etc).
on Dec 12, 2008
Hello looking for some advice on a st3160022ace on a a7n8x-vm
Hi omega_1_80, two things come to mind. I gather you used the data cable from the MSI system when you switched to it. Try connecting a new data cable (80-pin) in your system. Set the bios to Auto for the PATA 160 drive. If the drive still seems funny turn off S.M.A.R.T. See if these suggestions help.
Good luck omega_1_80!
on Nov 30, 2008
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