Re: Hardware support for MPC Client Pro All in one
I have an MPC ClientPro 414 All-in-One and have found two good sources:
www.tigerdirect.com they are there 24/7 and have good prices for any upgrades or replacements needed. They are VERY knowledgeable.
Locally, "Smart Guys Computers" at 1027 S Dillard Street in Winter Garden, Florida 407-654-8624 I like Rick there, I think he is one of the owners. I have been impressed with his free help on the phone and now go to them first for my computer needs.
With the economy the way that it is...I have come across other hardware parts for this computer where the company has filed Ch. 11 Bankruptcy. We did not have the technology that we have now during the Depression so this is going to get interesting with these companies going out of business.
We will have to rely more and more on these small Mom and Pop 3rd parties and each other...
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Fair chance this is a Hardware failure. Unfortunately, this could range from simple and cheap all the way up to Hard and expensive.
Possible culprits. 1. Bad RAM. 2. Bad Video Card. 3. Bad Processor 4. Bad MLB.
First to find out if it is a HW problem, you need to isolate the software/Data from the hardware. Get another HD and install an OS onto it and boot to it. if the problem persists on the new OS, then it is almost guaranteed to be a HW issue. Isolating the specific HW is Challenging without diagnostic software. RAM would be the easiest and cheapest to fix. if you have any new or 3rd party RAM, take it out. if not divide and concur by swapping out the remaining RAM. try all configurations your system will allow (depends on model and how much RAM you have) next is to try the video card/cards. if you only have one, see if you can find one from another computer or something. if you have 2, pull one, and see if you are still affected, swap. if things are pointing to a MLB or Processor... take it to an apple store. Hate giving that as a solution, but they are equipped with the diagnostic software.
Hi, If you know, it has hardware or software bad sector? did it`s getting fallen or attack or getting damaged physically??
for hardware problems must go for certified repair shop,
for software: 1-try to uninstall all software in that sector (partition) if you know where sector is unreadable or unreachable
2-try to move all your files to external hard drive
3-try to format the drive (not quick!!!)
4-after that try to hard check(go to my computer right click on that drive and click properties go to tools tab then under error checking click on check button , one window is coming up make sure 2 check mark is selected then click ok wait several minutes to complete)(some drives is being used by some programs and windows may ask you schedule the task in later startup or may ask you to restart that's ok )(some task need administrative privileges if you are client of domain need to ask your admin for password if you are admin press yes and continue),
4-try to defragment drive it is so easy to find under error checking press optimize button,
5-if it doesn't work try to use 3rd party app
6-if it doesn't solve try to attach the hard drive to another PC do all things in that pc because own windows may not allow you to check drive with maximum power.
7-if you still have problem that sounds tell me you have hardware problem
If i understand you correctly, the MPC logo comes on the screen and nothing more. If that is the case the problem is a hardware issue or windows files have become corrupted. If you have the recovery disc attempt to re-install your operational system, if that fails I suggest a professional to assess the situation.
Typically due to a bad driver, or faulty or incompatible 3rd party hardware or software
1. when & how did this problem start?
2. Did you try adding any new third party hardware or software
(This could be anything a PCI card, a new video driver, windows update, a 3rd party wireless card
3. Try a System Restore
4. Remove all PCI cards, uninstall all 3rd party H/W and S/W
5. Try reinstalling all the drivers in the right order
6. Run diags on Memory
7. Repair the os
8. If all these fails, you could suspected memory
I'm not sure if this is still an issue for the original poster, but as this is one of the top Google results when searching for 'Pioneer CD-BTB200 Treo Pro," I thought I'd post the solution I've found:
I'm not sure how it works or even what the original issue is, and I really don't care. This fixes the problem. Sadly, it costs $15 (as of July 19, 2009.) I'm quickly learning that Windows Mobile requires quite a bit of 3rd party software (often overpriced) to work correctly and efficiently.