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Power surge on Hub Port

I connect HP Printer, Modem in CUP but few days Monitor shows "Power Surge on Hub Port" what is the problem pls. solve

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GO TO CONTROL PANAL OPENTHE FOLLOWING FOLDERS

DEVICE MANAGE AND LOOK FOR ANY MARKS OTHER THAN GREEN ONE, THAN CLICK ON THEM AND ASK FOR HELP ONLINE.

GOTO CONTROL PANAL AND OPEN THE FOLLOWING FOLDER NETWORKING AND SHARING, CHECK FOR MARKS.

GO INTO PROBLEM AND REPORTS AND OPEN THE FOLDER AND CHECK FOR ANY TYPE OF MARKS

GO INTO SYNC CENTER CHECK FOR ANY MALFUCTION OR WRONG SOFTWARE AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION TO FIX THE ERRORS

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Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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My MFC-J435W DOES NO TURN ON--TOTALLY DEAD


Power cord is bad, or Power On switch is bad, or Power Supply is bad.
Or the receptacle you have it plugged into is bad.

I have had a few surge protectors, where just ONE of the receptacles was bad.
(Hmmm, surge protector Power On LED is lit; monitor has power, printer has power, and amp for speakers has power. But no power to computer)

Last thing; is the printer closed? When opening to replace ink cartridges; is it closed now? Open it, and close it.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Hi there... i bought asus P5G41T-MLX3 last february and this august i encountered problems.. first, the audio was lost then the following day my mouse which was attached on usb port at the back of my unit...


You maybe having spikes on the mains supply that is causing your computer to malfunction.
Connect a surge protection power board to the main outlet and then connect all your computer equipment to the surge protection power board.
A better and more expensive solution is to purchase an Uninterrupted Power Supply and plug all your computer equipment into this UPS. Make sure the UPS has the KVA rating that supports the power requirements of your computer equipment plus a spare capacity for any future needs.

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Montor is not responding to computer. Can the video card be replaced?


Whoa! Wait a minute here.

Let's not get hasty, and blame the graphics card.

Think of all the years of service..........

the long cold nights..........

graphics beyond compare, and......................

"Will Donna ever find true love?"



What? !O_O!

Oh yeah, where was I.........

You know the monitor cable, and monitor are good, because you are seeing No Signal, or going into Sleep Mode.
The next logical thing IS to suspect the graphics card.

The actual first thing to check is the Power.

A) Surge Protector:
Check to see that THE receptacle in the surge protector, that the computer is plugged into, (Or was), is good.
I have had a FEW surge protectors where just THAT receptacle, was bad.

"Hmmmm,....LED power light is on for the surge protector. Monitor, printer, and router all have power from the surge protector."
Tested the receptacle that the computer was plugged into, with a table lamp, and NO power.

2) Power Supply:
If you see LED lights on, and maybe fans spinning, it doesn't mean the computer is getting enough power.

A) If ALL of the LED lights were on at once, they would use less than 1 Watt of power.

B) EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts of power.

C) A typical Processor can use 51 to 125 Watts of power. Just depends on what Processor it is.

A power supply with a weak voltage power rail, will not have enough power to turn the Processor on.
No Processor, no computer. No computer, no video signal to the monitor.

Test the 3 main voltages for the power supply with a multimeter, or use a KNOWN to be good, and compatible, power supply for a test unit.

[ 3.3 Volt power rail
5 Volt power rail
12 Volt power rail.
All are DC voltage ]

Power supply checks out? Then you may, or may not, want to obtain a graphics card, and try it.
Why -> may not?

Because the electrical damage may go further, than the graphics card.
May have fried the motherboard.
Hopefully not the Processor, and Ram Memory, but...........?

[ The motherboard has Integrated Graphics. If you are plugging into the VGA port on the back of the computer, you are using Integrated Graphics.

If the Surge Protector, and Power Supply checks out, AND you have access to an economical graphics card, (Or can borrow one), try it.
Make sure the computer is unplugged from power. FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions. Physically install the graphics card.
Monitor cable to graphics card.

When you first turn the computer on the graphics will be rough.
You still have to install the drivers]

[An economical multimeter can be purchased for as little as $8 to $12. Available in a multitude of stores. An auto parts store is but one example.
Need guidance in using it post back in a Comment. Include the manufacturer name and product number of the multimeter ]

For additional questions post back in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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My monitor doesn't go on anymore. Las night I had a pop-up appearing on the screen. I closed my computer and started over again. I'm sure I didn't turn off my monitor. Everything went well until this...


Hi there,

First, check to make sure the power cable is plugged properly in the back of the monitor and into the surge protector. You can try a different power outlet, but if you're still having the same problem and the light isn't turning on, it's likely you've either blown the fuse inside the monitor, or you had a power surge and blown something inside the monitor. This happens when you don't use a surge protector and just plug the monitor into the wall.

That said, if the above doesn't work then you have a hardware problem with your monitor and it needs to be serviced.

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My computer will not start


Hi,
This problem can be caused by various reasons check the power cord ,wall socket if your hear any beep sound then the rams could be defective the internal power supply may be defective the mother board can be defective.

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http://www.geekgirls.com/windowsxp_home_network.htm

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http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/76174f4a-7522-425a-9424-324dd299265e1033.mspx

or

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4885804885278005452#

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