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Ibm bios problem

I have ibm (82845) system. first time when i switch on the cpu, the power LED is glowing ON but on display. i need to press the power switch untill the power LED is OFF. once i press the power switch
the led automatically goes OFF within 5 sec. third time i need to press the power switch , then only the system gets ON.

the same problem is in more than 30 nos of systems.

pls help me to solve this problem

thank you

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  • msumil Jan 04, 2009

    Can you please describe the model number (or model name) of IBM pc (like Televista)? B'coz I have also same problem and I am searching for a Bios Chip if You have number of same model PCs you can get the Bios Chips flashed by an expert or flash the another chip compatible to BIOS and then place the same on the M/B
    Milind
    milind.chutke@gmail.com

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nope this is not normal. I have a article included below from hp. read this and you will understand the problem and also some ways on how to fix it. The blinking lights is a code on where the system fail or what component that fails.

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This document pertains to HP Notebook PCs with the HP Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) beginning in late-2008.
On startup, you may see a blank screen. If the diagnostic utilities detect a specific problem with hardware components, the fan turns on, but the screen remains blank. To help identify the cause of the problem, various LED lights on the keyboard blink a series of codes.
The diagnostic utilities use the LEDs near the Num Lock or Caps Lock keys to blink a series of error codes. At the end of the series the blinking stops. The pattern of blinks will occur any time you attempt to start the computer until the error is resolved.

Battery power LED blinks

The Battery power LED indicates the condition of the power supply. When starting the computer, or when the computer is in operation, use the chart to identify the power condition.

Battery low charge or failure
Battery power LED blinking Battery Insufficient charge on the battery

LEDs near Caps Lock and Number Lock keys blink when starting notebook
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If the LEDs stop blinking and the computer does not start, you can press the power button again to repeat the tests. Count the number of blinks, and use the chart to identify the error condition.
Knowing the number of blinks is helpful when you contact an HP support agent for technical help.
Caps Lock/Num Lock LED Component Tested Error Condition

LEDs blink 1 time CPU CPU not functional
LEDs blink 2 times BIOS BIOS corruption failure
LEDs blink 3 times Memory Module error not functional
LEDs blink 4 times Graphics Graphics controller not functional
LEDs blink 5 times System board General system board failure
LEDs blink 6 times BIOS BIOS authentication failure

Error code explanations
The sections below provide some common explanations for each error code listed in the table above.

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Insufficient charge on the battery
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Determine if the power LED on the AC adapter is lit (if available) to verify that the computer is receiving AC power from the wall outlet.
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If Using Original Memory If New Memory Is Added
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If reseating the memory does not resolve the problem, try replacing the memory with new memory. Reseat the memory.

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If you do not feel comfortable reseating the memory yourself, take the computer to a computer retailer and ask them to reseat it for you.
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