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Does not light moniter send inittial signal to keyboard flips from dvd to cd drives need to reset bios

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  • samnjo Dec 18, 2008

    thanks for help been busy with sick mom and haven't

    goten back to the computer yet. probably Fri.

    will rate then

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You can goto BIOS setup be pressing DEL, ESC, or one of the "F" [function} keys just before " memory count " finishes.To see what is turn 'on' or 'off' look through the menus & submenus.look for video [ ON if you have 'on board' video and off if you have a EXTERNAL video card.]
temperaty take EVERYTHING out by unpluging the wires going to computer (mother board) [cd's, h/d, floppy drive, and any other extras] You can keep them 'dangling' from e.i. floppy, cds [rom,ram,dvd etc.] keep the memory, display adapter (if you have a EXTERNAL video card) and boot up the computer.You must see the memory "count up" in DOS (black screen with numbers running on left side of screen) .At first if the machine does not turn on, replace the video card.Then after UNPLUGING a/c power put back ONE piece of equipment at a time (of cause you will replug a/c power)and rebooting.

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  • Daniel Martinez
    Daniel Martinez Dec 18, 2008

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    does not light moniter send inittial signal to keyboard flips from dvd to cd drives need to reset bios""
    I am most sorry but I don't understand what you are trying to say..

    I asked you to start from the begining....Take everything out ( or disengage hardware ) except video card (if you have one), memory (if you have more then one stick, leave only ONE! stickin)
    turn the computer on to see if (1) memory counts, (2) if you hear any beeps (some computers need at lease 2 sticks of memory) (3) if the computer comes on. You should be able to place a 3 1/2' floppy bith a program and play it. Better yet, boot up with a 'bootable' floppy to see if some things work. Then start installing one piece at a time. if that last piece cause problems, that could be your problem.

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