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PC startup problems (constant reboot)

PC won't start in PE environment you say? The PC just constantly reboots you say? Swap out the memory! Or at least unseat 'em one @ a time

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windows wont start, launch repair won't start and won't start as normal either

If you have a Windows Installation DVD at hand, you can do as below:Step 1. Insert the DVD into your detective computer and reboot; Windows Error RecoveryStep 2. Set language, time and keyboard;Step 3. Click "Repair your computer";Step 4. If you have more than one systems on your computer, choose the one you want to repair;Step 5. Click "Startup Repair" to start restoring your Windows;Step 6. After startup repair is done, you need to take out the DVD and reboot the PC.
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emachine T5234 beeps 5 times and won't turn on

5 Short BeepsYour motherboard is complaining. Try reseating the memory and rebooting. If that doesn't help, you should consider another motherboard. You could probably get away with just replacing the CPU, but that's not too cost-effective. Its just time to upgrade!

Aug 15, 2012 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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acer aspire D150 1577

Swap out the ram memory one at a time making sure there is one in the slot at all times, no change! remove hard drive and reseat back in place, no improvement! try your backup disc if available, won't work! have the hardware tested.

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vsx-d608 won't retain memory

swap your red and yellow wire that supply your cd player chop and swap as one is memory the other is ignition to simply swap the red and yellow wire will solve your problem "BILLINGHAM AUTO ELECTRICS" !!!!!!!!!!

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non-stop beep sound and won't display

A constant beep, usually indicates the post is detecting no memory installed. This is usually caused by the memory not being installed correctly or incompatible memory. double check you have the correct memory for this mother board. If you have 2 chips, install one and test. If this does not work swap the memory and try again. If both chips fail, you might try a different brand of memory.

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