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Put the CD in the CD-Rom and restart your laptop as it is booting keep pressing the F12 key and will bring up the boot priority just click on CD-ROM it will then continue to boot and you might see a screen saying press any key to boot from CD and it will boot from the cd I hope this answers your question
i think your board is dead you must wait 15 seconds to reboot your pc or you will over surge it with power my buddy did it to mine and blew up my graphics card your board might be dead but does it make a clicking sound when you try to start it or any beeps if not your board is dead you could try to clear the cmos just take out the round watch battry on the board for about 5 min and then put it back in and start it up but theree should be a jumper you can use to clear the cmos cmos is your pc's boot options you know when you hold the delete button and shows your boot options it will reset itself try that if nothing works your board is dead
Unplug the computer from the wall, hold the power button in for 1 minute.
This will reset somehow the bios and remove any electricity left inside.If still doesnt work take a look to the cpu and heatsink
can u view the HDD in Boot sequence in BIOS boot seq...have u reset the BIOS/COMS using any tools...try reseting the BIOS boot seq to boot from HDD insted of floppy or CDROM...also check how many HDD is displayed in the BOOT seq...the machine normaly boots from HDD 0....
else try to boot from CDROM....and insert a BOOT CD/WinXP cd in the CDROM drive...
You seem to have a lot of hardware in there, so trying to remove some items to lighten the Power Load was a good idea - but maybe too late.
Check your Power Supply - I suspect that you will need around 550 Watts or more. If you can put in another Power Supply (after disconnecting as many drives etc as you can) see if the problem re-occurs.
If it does not, then your Power Supply is failing and will need to be replaced (with a 550 Watt or above PS Unit). I would personnally think that a 700 Watt unit would be ideal if it were my machine.
Yeah, I know you said you replaced the Power Supply but didn't say if everything was reconnected nor what size Power Supply Unit you put in.
And usually one of the NC pins is no pin as some USB cables have that
pin blanked out to ensure you connect them the right way. Note also
with USB you start with the VCC then you go straight to negative data,
then positive, then ground (again the - and + data bits, like the reset are in reverse of normal reading - the are right to left, not left to right!)
Finally if your not sure which cable is + and which is - the - ones are normally either black or white (most of them are white, except the speaker ones which are black - I presume that goes back to the colour scheme of red and black for positive and negative in audio equipment) and the + ones are normally some colour.