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My computer starts on first attempt only

My computer starts on first attempt and if i shut down it and try to start it again then nothing appears on screen. I m using window xp

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  • sairaj Jan 15, 2013

    Hi i changes the ram with a new one but still same problem.

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Hello the homepage is here:

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5KPLAM/#download

Try to renew the graphic driver by:

Select windows xp.
Open the vga folder and click on global for download.
Unzip the file before you install.
Uninstall the old driver before you install the new.

The fault could also be the power supply, or a ram module failing.
I recommend at least 2 gb ram, for a smooth running system.

You can add a graphic card in the pci-e socket on the mainboard for better performance instead useing the onboard graphic.

Just make sure the windows system is driver supported.

Good luck

Posted on Jan 09, 2013

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just replace your memory with a new one coz your memory is slightly defective. thanks. have good time

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SOURCE: Windows XP not starting after power outage

You might check on the internet about making a boot USB Thumb Drive. This might be a work around a bad CD Drive.

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Try to reset your BIOS by removing the button cell located at your motherboard and put it back. Check the SATA connector of your hard drive and make sure it fits right. Boot the machine and set-up to "boot from CR-ROM". And install new WINDOWS XP.

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SOURCE: mobo dies after 30 sec

Hi there.
Try and clear the CMOS, it will be a little plastic coloured jumper next to the motherboard battery like this >>>>>>>
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If its there move it over for 30 seconds then put it back.
If its not there take the battery out for half an hour.
Please make sure you take the power cord from the back of the computer before taking the side panel off to get to the motherboard.
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may be u install wrong bios version

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