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Will not power up

When depressing the power button, drive will not power up. If it is the power supply, where do I get another one and what is the part number.

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  • Larry Ruebling Aug 19, 2006

    Please help. I have important data on the drive I need to use... Thanks!!!

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Hello Afrueb, I have the same problem. I have tried a new power supply with no success! I understand from WD you CAN NEVER RECOVER THE DATA !!!! I dont beleive this and will try very hard to find a way around it . I too have data on the drive. If I find a solution I will be sure to share it here to help you (and others)

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999 injection relay tick continuously when turn to on


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Listed below are the Ducati error codes for the 999/749 series which are very handy to know...

If your stead decides to create an error and then flashes her yellow warning strobe (the EOBD light) then follow these steps....

1) Turn the ignition to 'OFF' (Whilst stationary that is.... )
2) Depress and hold the left hand instrument panel button
3) Turn the ignition to 'ON' whilst still depressing the left hand button
4) You should then see the error codes displayed
5) Make a mental note of the codes and cross reference with the following list.........

ERROR CODES

1.1 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Disconnected
1.2 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) short circuit to earth
2.1 = Pressure Sensor short circuit to power supply
2.2 = Pressure Sensor shorted to earth
3.1 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
3.2 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to earth
4.1 = Air Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
4.2 = Air Temp Sensor Shorted to earth
5.1 = Battery Hi
5.2 = Battery Lo

10.1 = Horizontal Coil shorted to power supply
10.2 = Horizontal Coil shorted to earth
11.1 = Vertical Coil shorted to power supply
11.2 = Vertical Coil shorted to earth
12.1 = Inj1 shorted to power supply
12.2 = Inj1 shorted to earth
13.1 = Inj2 shorted to power supply
13.2 = Inj2 shorted to earth
14.1 = Inj3 shorted to to power supply
14.2 = Inj3 shorted to earth
15.1 = Inj4 shorted to powersupply
15.2 = Inj4 shorted to earth
16.0 = Pump Relay
17.1 = L/H Fan shorted to power supply
17.2 = L/H Fan shorted to earth
18.1 = R/H Fan shorted to power supply
18.2 = R/H Fan shorted to earth
19.1 = Starter Solenoid shorted to power supply
19.2 = Starter Solenoid shorted to earth

30.0 = ROM/Eprom error
34.0 = Signal Panel Sensor
36.0 = Speed sensor
37.0 = Immobiliser (transponder)
37.1 = Immobiliser (antenna)
37.2 = Immobiliser (instrument panel serial driver)
37.3 = Immobiliser (serial cable disconnected)
37.4 = Immobiliser (ccm serial drive)
37.5 = Immobiliser (key not recognised)
37.6 = Can Line error
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Today, monitors are cheap and unless you have a 24' or better, it really doesn't pay. You may spent $100.00 and find one new for $135.00
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My computer does not switched on. Power supply is ok but not functioned by motherboard(Biostar). I am expecting your suggestions.


No Power, No POST, No Video
1. STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
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Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
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2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
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STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
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Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
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