I seem to be unable to restart my computer.
Problem: Whether I choose 'restart' in Windows, or try to save my settings, this happens.
Symptoms: I cannot start my computer again after I try to restart. Nothing appears on the moniter. There are no beeps. Whether it attempts to boot or not, I have no way of telling. This continues every time until I reset my board. But then of course, it starts once again after I try to restart.
I have: - EPoX EP-8K7A Motherboard (not Brand new, but i know it works, is has before until i rebuilt everything in my pc)
- 3x hard drives 7.2k RPM
- 2 sticks of 512MB memory
- 128MB GeForce MX4000 Card
- 350W Power Supply
- * I am not sure of anything else that is relavant *
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Go to START MENU Choose RUN Type the letter "cmd" Type the word "net stop spooler" Exit Go to C drive Choose to Windows Folder Click show content Choose system32 folder Choose spool folder Choose printer And delete all printing jobs pending Again go back to CMD window and type the word "net start spooler" Restart your computer also turn off your printer and switch it on.
If still, next procedure is to uninstall and reinstall the printer software to solve the problem
go to device manager and check for the port setting. Maybe the port driver is corrupted.
Try to uninstall and reinstall the printer software.
Check the lan connection cable by removing the connection and return it back. maybe it is just loose connection.
Try this as well
Go to START MENU Choose RUN Type the letter "cmd" Type the word "net stop spooler" Exit Go to C drive Choose to Windows Folder Click show content Choose system32 folder Choose spool folder Choose printer And delete all printing jobs pending Again go back to CMD window and type the word "net start spooler" Restart your computer also turn off your printer and switch it on. It will work fine right now I hope it helps you
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Had this same problem and just fixed it. You need to actually change the button settings in Navigator. Open MP navigator and choose One-Click, then click Button Settings. You can choose a new save destination from here. Even though you are using the software instead of the button on the device, it works.
Just choose your operating system then choose whether you want Drivers or Software then click Download Now to start the download process. I would initially choose Drivers and then return to the website if you need the additional software.
After you choose where you want to save the file and complete the download. Just double left click the file to start the installation of the drivers..
Windows was unable to save all the data for the file drive_letter:\file_path\file_name. The data has been lost. This error may be caused by a failure of your computer hardware or network connection. Please try to save this file elsewhere.To restore normal behavior:
1. Open a CMD.exe window.
2. Type the following command and press Enter: REG ADD “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\3ware Storage Controller” /V CacheControl /T REG_DWORD /D 0 /F
3. When you receive the The operation completed successfully message, shutdown and restart Windows XP.
Is the new motherboard the same model with the one you have replaced. If so, there should have no problem on it. If it is different model, then you have to reconfigure the software installed such as the driver. your new motherboard surely has the CD included where the necessary software should be installed. But, the problem is that you cannot get to the WindowsXP screen..
Windows XP CD is also bootable.. Now in the bios setup there is a portion there that tells about on how to boot whether in drive a, hard disk or cd. Choose CD and inser the bootable Windows XP. In that way you should be able to get to the XP screen. Of course, you have to restart it to make the necessary changes but before that make sure you have saved the changes youve made to the bios setup.
Now if youre able to go to the main screen, uninstall software that are with your old motherboard and install the new one.