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Cpu can not boot

Hi all, good morning. I have a problem with my cpu, it's a fujitsu fmv. Before this, the cpu is running good. Then, last night i took out its ram (sdr 128mb pc 133 ecc) and put in another sdr ram to check wheather the other ram is good or not, but nothing happen (the cpu just blank meaning the ram is spoilt-right?)
So, i put in back the original ram (sdr 128mb pc 133 ecc) but still nothing happen.
I've check the ram, hard disk, ide cable, power cable, mobo, monitor, by swapping it with another cpu but still nothing happen. When i turn it on, only the windows xp logo come out then it hang and the screen just went blank BUT the monitor light keep blinking.
I really don't know why and what is happening. I just took out the ram, put in another ram-i didn't work so i put back the original ram and this is what happen. I'm confuse. Can any genius out there help me with my problem..? I really appreciate it..

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  • jeramtoi Dec 03, 2008

    Hi, thanks for ur help :-). I did manage to boot in safe mode, enter with admin. So, what should i do now? I did see any problem with the pc. By the way, i can also go to the bios setting.


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I don't think it is a ram issue.Try this when the computer is booting,hit the F8 key. That boots you into safe mode where only the most necessary drivers and programs load. If it loads in safe mode that is good. A little bit of daignostic work can locate the problem after that.

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  • Howard Lester Dec 03, 2008

    I would use "System Restore" while in safe mode to go back to a day before your problem started. Windows takes a snapshot of your computer once a day or any time you make changes to your computer.Simply pick a day from the list when you know your computer booted properly and follow the instructions. Get into system restore this way,



    System tools,

    System Restore

    Any other questions, just ask.


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