I have three units in for repair, two have 37-67 displayed when powered up, the other has 46-78. None of the units will go past this "locked up" to perform any functions or to repond to any commands.First unit I had put in an optical assembly, no difference, swapped front control face panel, no differnce, then swapped the servo pcb. The condition follows the servo pcb. The service manual doesn't cover this area at all. So I tried the microprocessor reset procedure from a DN 995R (broadcast mini disc)that is to press the "select knob" and "stdyby/cue". this did make the screen go blank while holding them in but it comes back to displaying same #'s and unit is non reset and still non-responsive.Any help is greatly appreciatted
Ok, I had this issue forever and had a pile of machines that I was going to use just for part. partstore doesn't have this piece. no place has that servo unit.
Until I found it on a german site. my german was terrible, but the CPU needs to be reset. I fixed 8 broken CD players with this same exact issue. I'm looking for the manual online to tell you... but I can't find it.
Yes , I finally replaced the servo pcb #GU2515.
I googled that part # it it came up under www.partstore.com they got one to me in about two weeks. $206 plus shipping. It cured all three machines, got them off the bench and back to the customer. Good luck
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The unit name is part of the boot sequence, it should go beyond that and boot up completely. If it gets stuck there, there is surely some problem. Maybe a depleted internal battery, I don't know. Ask a local service center, maybe there's a combination of buttons you could check out while on the phone prior to bringing it in for repair...
During the boot process tap thef8 button three times this will boot into safe mode where the only things working will be your mouse and keyboard enabling you to attempt to repair your computer or
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart hope this helps
That cursor is the way in which the BIOS of the laptop is telling you that Windows is completely corrupted and unbootable. You will need to reinstall it so use the recovery cd that came with the laptop.
Most likely the boot sector is corrupt.Try to boot by starting the Computer and hitting F8, or F12 you need to get to your start windows splash screen.Then try Start Windows from Last Known Good Configuration.If that don't work try Safe Mode.If none work you will need to recreate your .boot file, or try recovery fron CD.It gets complicated explaining how to rebuild your boot sector,If you have access to internet search "how to rebuild boot sector Windows XP".There are programs you can download and then load/run to rebuild boot.This has happened to me or someone I know and it is a pain to fix.You need some knowledge of how boot loads and how to repair.Try to get someone you know to help you.The problem was caused by the shut down.I think you ment XP can't Boot.Good Luck
Using the manual for the Gigabyte GA-945P-S3 MB.
Go to page 71 & you'll see bios beep codes for your board:
AWARD BIOS Beep Codes
1 short: System boots successfully
2 short: CMOS setting error
1 long 1 short: DRAM or M/B error
1 long 2 short: Monitor or display card error
1 long 3 short: Keyboard error
1 long 9 short: BIOS ROM error
Continuous long beeps: DRAM error
Continuous short beeps: Power error
As you can see there isn't a code for three short beeps.
When you boot your system try to pause your boot up screen. See if the bios is reporting the correct total of memory in your system.
Bios codes from the link below.
3 beeps for the AMI bios code reports Base 64K RAM failure. You can test your memory. Go to memtest.org Scroll down the site to just under the three screen shots. Download Memtest86+ V2.11
You have a choice in making a bootable floppy disk or a bootable CD-ROM disk. Once completed you boot your system to the testing program. Memtest will check your system memory.
This should help.
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your GPS unit powers down before it can fully boot up, the battery will
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cable or on a computer for at least three hours. After charging the unit,
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If your Notebook is not powering on then please perform the following steps.
= Power Drain =
1. Disconnect the AC Adapter. 2. Remove the Battery. 3. Hold the Power button down for 30 seconds to 1 minute. 4. Reconnect the AC adapter and Battery. 5. Turn on the Notebook power.
If your Notebook is powering on and you are unable to use any feature. Then I recommend you to repair Operating System of your Notebook. This will not delete any data . It just repairs the operating system files.
Here are the steps to perform Operating System Repair.
1. Ensure that the CD-ROM is connected to the Notebook. 2. Turn on the Notebook. 3. Immediately insert the Operating System CD into the CD drive. 4. Press and hold the Power button for 5 seconds to turn off the Notebook. 5. Press the Power button again to start the Notebook. 6. Press any key to boot from the CD, when prompted. The Welcome to Setup blue screen is displayed with three options. NOTE: Please donot select "R" option directly from the three options displayed.
7. Press <ENTER> to continue. A Licensing Agreement screen is displayed. 8. Press <F8> to accept the Agreement and continue. Another blue screen Setup window is displayed. 9. Press "R" to repair the selected Windows installation.
The repair process may take several minutes to complete. Your Notebook will restart into Windows after the process is complete.