Computer (BIOS) not starting up; no XP startup screen.
Front panel switch does not turn ON or OFF computer power.
Power supply, CPU and HDD all power on fine.
The HDD works perfect in another computer and powers up Windows XP.
The motherboard is a FIC AM37L model.
Q: What is causing the "no startup" BIOS screen?
CMOS battery, power supply, CPU, MB or graphics card?? Or maybe, the problem lies with the front panel power button and the power supply. I have a spare ATX power supply (new) but it is a smaller size.
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When the system is running you need to set the date and time. or set it in the BIOS. Access to the bios varies from board to board but is usually "f2", "del" or sometimes "f10" the relevant button is displayed on the splash screen. The reason it auto starts can be cahnged in the BIOS as well.
1. Turn on your computer, and hold down delete. 2. In the BIOS window, look for the Boot Menu option. 3. Choose the QUICK BOOT to turn off memory test .4. Make sure the hard drive comes first in the BOOT ORDER. 5. Turn off any logo displays. 6. Restart
1. Open your Start menu. 2. Click Run 3. In the command screen type msconfig 4. In the system configuration utility,click either BOOT tab. 5.In the boot menu, change the default setting for Time Out from 30 to 5 seconds.
1. Click the Start button. 2. In the Start Search bar, type control userpasswords2 3. Load the User Accounts window 4. Uncheck User must enter user name passwords... 5. Click Apply
1.Click Start button and load the Control Panel 2. Under the Control Panel menu, click Programs. 3. Under the Windows Defender heading choose View currently running programs 4. Choose Startup Programs from the Category option 5. Remove Programs that you feel unnecessary for startup
How to disable this indexing service 1. Click on Start 2. Click Run 3. Type services.msc 4. Select Indexing Service and Double click on it. Select Manual under Startup Type. 5. Click Stop 6. Click OK
For that when you power up the computer press F8 key then if you are
able to see safe mode and other menu then enter in enable vga mode. Then go to start menu then control panel ->dispaly ->settings. Also make sure that graphic driver installed and working fine. change screen resolution to 1024*768 then apply and ok. then check in normally. But if you are not able to see even safe mode then you need recovery disk or windows disk. Boot computer with that disk. For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key to enter in bios . Then go to boot menu then set first boot device as cd/dvd rom .then save and exit. Thern it boot with disk. Then follow the procedure and repair your previous windows. Let me kno wif you need further assistance.
Hi turn off an unplug the PC open the right side cover of the computer, remove the memory card and clean the contact cotton w/alcohol and wipe it dry and re install it back. This might solve the problem.
Open the computer, and you will see near the bottom right corner a blue jumper on 2 of 3 pins. The pins are J9J4 and the jumper should be on pins 1 and 2.
Turn off the computer and the power supply, remove the little round battery from the motherboard, move the blue jumper to pins 2 and 3 and wait 40 seconds. Reinstall the battery, and then move the blue jumper back to pins 1 and 2.
Turn on the power supply, restart the computer and the BIOS settup utility should appear
THE MAIN SWITCH FROM THE PANEL ON THE FRONT OF YOUR COMPUTER DIDNT MATCH YOUR NEW MOTHERBOARD CONFIGURATION
START BY REMOVING ALL WIRES AND CONNECTORS EXCEPT POWER ONE, SEE IF SYSTEMS TURNS ON, THE POWER SWITCH MAYBE THE PROBLEM, RESET SWITCH, ANY EXTRA CARD YOU PLUG INTO YOU MOTHER BOARD
*********REMOVE ANYADD ON CARD ANY ADAPTER DEVICE ALSO,
ADD ONE WIRE AT A TIME UNTIL ALL WIRES ARE CONNECTED