1. Power Problem i.e., SMPS - Replace 2. RAM Problem -Replace and check problem persists or not 3. HArd Disk Access problem with Sata Drives. Loose cable will cause that - Fix'em 4. Mainboard Problem - get it tested
Loose cable, dust on the Ram slots and connectors, Loose cards, etc.
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Hi there are several thingsthat causethe problemoccurs, among others 1-motherboardproblems 2-processorproblem 3-problemsram 4-hard driveproblems 5operating systemproblems
youneed to dotroubleshootingto identify thesource of the problem. solutionis dependent onthesource of the problemas an example,if thedamageison the motherboard, youneed to changethemotherboardthat can befully functionaland new. TQ
Have you tried going into control panel in the start button menu, then go into power options & in advanced setting's you can change all the sleep hibernate time's and button settings.
If not then you can go through the bios menu (carefully) pressing del or F2 whatever, sift through & don't change anything apart from sleep setting's, but if the PC has only just started doing this you probably won't be able to correct it there.
I would state though I think the power unit is overheating which make's the light flash as a warning, probably due to the upgrades.are you sure it's not the power supply fan on high?
if not it might disagree with the graphic's card!
Anyway hope this helped !
check it one by one first is remove the ram, then then restart it, if nothing use another vga card ..insert the ram and then start again.. else..reset it by removing the battery in few second the start again until you find the couse of that problem..
unfortunately there is no good solution for this. If your PC restarted during bios update, it means it couldn't complete the update, so the board wont function normally. If you have MSI motherboard then you can remove the Cell Core and add a new one. I recommend changing the whole motherboard. If its still in warranty you can try to claim it.
If you tell me the type of your motherboard, maybe I can give you a more accurate help.
Ok I got e-mail from Foxconn and they told me to use a single sided 256 DDR RAM to get past post. So I did, then I wnt to BIOS and set all my settings, saved it restarted turned off the PC then returned my 1GB Ram then all worked just fine. This is an issue coused by haveing a Samptron 64 CPU.