Question about MSI Computers & Internet
I think it is your RAM chip. If you have 2 RAM chips put the one from the second bank and put it in the first and see if it boots up. RAM is pretty cheap now anyhow.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LAPTOP WONT BOOT/START
To go through the recovery program I think you tap the F11 button as you start up. Press the power button and keep tapping F11 until the recovery program starts. I have restored my easynote L4 back to factory settings twice with this utility.
However, I get the impression you have already done this and you are experiencing what's known as the Blue Screen Of Death BSOD. Don't let this term frighten you, it doesn't mean the laptop is fried. My laptop only came with 250mb of ram, so I upgraded and installed another stick in the spare port. Had you installed any more ram yourself? As postmanfw says...need to know what was happening before you tried to restore back to factory settings.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: MY inspiron 1150 won't power on
there is a problem with your memory. TURN OFF THE LAPTOP turn the laptop screen side down there are two areas you can open. open the one more to the centre remove one or all memory module inside replace with new memory module. or if there are two memory modules in take one out then turn the laptop on if it does not start take the other out, put in the one you took out first back in start the laptop if none works by themselves you need new memory
thats the solution REMEMBER TO RATE THE SOLUTION THANKS
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
The clicking is from the hard drive. This clicking , along with the error op system not found, indicates that the drive has crashed or failed. You will have to replace the hard drive.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: Laptop LCD display problem
The backlight is the light bult that illuminates the screen. Before it finally goes out completely it will turn your screen a pink color on startup (and then usually become brighter and the pink fades). It is also possible that the backlight, also called a Cold Cathode Flourescent Light, CCFL, died an immediate death. But usually they take a while and signal with the "PINKNESS" first. If you found that your computer is working just fine connected to an external monitor (and you moved the base of your laptop around while connected to the monitor to be sure and left the computer on for a long time) then you have verified that the screen is the problem. It is usually two things: (1) the inverter, a circuit board that increases the voltage to supply the LCD which eats around 700 volts (yeah baby); or (2) the backlight itself. The first problem is a relatively easy and inexpensive fix. You can find how to replace an inverter by downloading the Hardware Maintenance Manual for the T40, T41, etc., from IBM/Lenovo's site. Replacing the backlight itself, a bulb that is like a strand of speghetti and even more delicate, is a tougher job. I would suggest purchasing a replacement screen in that event rather than replacing the backlight yourself. (The HMM probably does not show you how to replace the backlight/CCFL as it is a potentially dangerous job.) That suggestion assumes you can find a cost-effective replacement screen and do not mind opening the TP and putting the new screen in. At least look at the HMM to see what is involved. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: laptop screen went black
When I opened my laptop this morning my computer won't come on. The screen is totally black. I took out the battery and put it back in ---- still nothing. I plugged it in with the power cord --- nothing! What is wrong with my HP Compaq Presario CQ60?
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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