Question about MSI A6000-226US Core 2 Duo T6600 2.2GHz 4GB 320GB BD-ROM/DVD±RW 16" Windows 7 Home Premium w/Webcam ... (9S7168324226) PC Notebook
Try replacing the thermal grease on your cpu.
the BIOS have a protection that restart or shut down the computer/laptop when the cpu get to hot.
You can also check if the power suply is working in parameters
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well the first step is to try and boot from your recovery disc. If you still have no monitor output then plug in an external monitor. This should invoke your os into using a generic display driver for the os. If you get some visual output then its just your driver for your laptop display thats corrupt and needs re-installing. If not then the chances are you fried your graphics chipset.
I dont think that an Msi GX600 will have a replacable MMX2 or 3 card so the chipset is more likely hard fixed to the motherboard. Basically you need a new laptop.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
SOURCE: MSI laptop technical problem
Sounds like the laptop used up all the battery power and turned itself off. Its doing this possible because your AC Adapter is not functioning correctly. Most AC Adapters have an indicator light to show wether they are working or not. Does your have this and is it on? If the device is still under warranty, contact the manufacturer for a replacement. http://www.msicomputer.com/support/sup_NBService.asp If the device is no longer under warrany, then I would recommend getting a new AC adapter. Make sure you get the same model AC adapter that originally came with the laptop. This will ensure that you have the correct voltage and amperage.
Posted on Sep 25, 2006
SOURCE: When I turn on my MSI M510C notebook - I get this message "reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key" and cannot do anything else. Can someone t
I've read this problem due to new hardware interferences with desktop computers, all they had to do is change a few pins around on the harddrives.. since this is a laptop, and is quite difficult and dodgy to access the hardware, the only other suggestion is to reinstall windows with a recovery disk, or windows CD-ROM.
Hope this helps :)
Posted on May 27, 2009
Your notebook does not see the proper boot files on your C drive. Many times the boot.ini has been corrupted.
You will need a Windows XP Install CD mounted in the CD Rom. When you boot the system you need to choose the CD as the boot device (if the notebbok does not do it by default) then typr R to enter the recovery console. Once you get the C: prompt you will need to create a new boot.ini file using the bootcfg command. See the following website for details in using the Recovery Console:
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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