Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
New server computer system purchased three months ago. The machine was turned off during the weekend, and was moved to another floor of the building. The computer will not power up when it is switched back on. All power, network and computer connections have been checked to ensure that they are securely fixed.
I think one of your major hardware has been a bit loose inside your server when you moved it down to another place.
If your computer does not power up it may happen that the internal wire which supplies power to the motherboard is loose.
If your computer powers up but does not boot and its beeping a long beep, it might be possible that your RAM has been loosen up during transportation.
If your computer starts normally , shows the BIOS and then a black screen appears as if for ever then the hard disk wire is loose.
Try any one which fits in your criteria,and if you are not feasible with the internal mechanism try calling out a service engineer and ask him to carry out this tasks for you.
Hope it helps you.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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