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Re: Will not boot up
If u are sure that the power cables are connected to the power supply very well and not even your power socket failing then there is a problem on your power pack not functioning or the motherboard is bad.then change it and have peace wiith your IBM.bye
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Hi there. If you have brought your machine from a different country and it was working there, then chances are you will need a new power supply that is matched to your countries voltage, most countries have either 240v or 130v, you will have to check into this! be careful however as you can blow the motherboard up if you use the wrong voltage. My advice would be to purchase another power supply from where you live and install that one.
when you are resetting the bios are you removing the battery from the motherboard and leaving it out for at least 30 to 60 seconds minimum please let me know there is still more that i can do to help solve this if needed ok?
best regards mike
I wish I could help more but other suggestions involve erasing the drive & that's not a good idea if you have data on it.
I would appreciate it if IBM solves this issue or one of the firmware’s fix your issue & you post the results. I’d call IBM my self if I had all needed information written on the NetVista PC.
First try Using one at a time, since its not advisable to use memory chips with variable bus speeds i.e (333 & 266).
Since IBM Computer are little complicated i would suggest your to call the customer care or Tech support for assistance in buying a Memory module. In that way you can cross check the memory module you have bought is compatible with the computer.
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