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I need a cde of stopwah in assembly language for 8086 microprocessor................and code must b compiled on tasm software...........and output is displayde on 7th segment display.........................plz help me on modnay i will submit this..............................plzplzplz help me

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    tat4u May 11, 2010

    its not too clear what you want or why you want it but it sounds like a bios issue , verify this and we might get somewhere.

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Dell 4 beeps


POST Beep Codes

How to fix Dell BIOS 8 beep error.


Probable Causes
Error
Beep Codes
Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
Error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
2
Faulty DIMM.
Read or write error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
3
Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
4
Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
5
Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
6
Defective microprocessor.
Microprocessor-execption interrupt error.
7
Missing or faulty video adapter.
Video memory read/write error.
8
Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
ROM checksum value does not match value encoded in system BIOS.
9
Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
Cache memory error.
11
Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
12
Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
13
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May 09, 2013 | Dell Inspiron 1018 Notebook

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My dell inspiron laptop produces howling


I believe the problem may be the cooling fan, of the Fan Assembly.

Dirt, dust, hair, food crumbs, lint, you name it, can be drawn up into the laptop by this fan.
This can cause a strain on the fan's bearings.

It could also be that the fan's bearings have simply failed. They are dry, hence the occasional howling noise.

The method is to open the laptop, and physically check the fan.

Dell Support > Inspiron 5100 Notebook PC > Service Manual,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins5100/en/sm/index.htm

FIRST thing;
FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions.

Anti-Static Precautions:
Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside a computer.

Suggest wear an ESD wrist strap, and connect it's alligator clip to a good ground source. (Electro Static Discharge)

Basic example of an ESD wrist strap,

http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2103245

[ I connect to an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of an open, empty desktop computer case. Just one example ]

On the Dell Support > Service Manual page, click on -
Microprocessor Thermal-Cooling Assembly

This shows the Fan Assembly. It is connected to the Microprocessor Thermal-Cooling Assembly.

Another view of the Fan Assembly,

http://www.brilliantstore.com/laptop-cooling-pad-dell-cpa-1606.html

View of the Microprocessor Thermal-Cooling Assembly, with the Fan Assembly,

http://www.laptopbattery-usa.com/dell-inspiron-1100-5100-5150-laptop-cpu-cooling-fan-p-1238.html?zenid=okh2t54jgsg369stoj7gipf3k5

See the 4 screws sticking up, and the squarish metal plate they go down in?
This plate sits on top of the Processor.

The two curved slightly flattened copper pipes, are Cooling Tubes.
They are sealed on both ends, and are filled with Nitrogen.

They attach to the squarish metal plate, that sits on top of the Processor, and the other end of them goes to a Heatsink.

This cannot be seen in the photo.
The Heatsink is a rectangular finned object.
Has Tall, Thin, fins.

Heat is absorbed from the Processor, by the squarish metal plate sitting on top of it.The Cooling Tubes then absorb the heat from the squarish metal plate.

Heat is then transferred along the Cooling Tubes, to the Heatsink.
The Heatsink absorbs the heat, then radiates it away with it's fins.
Air from the Fan Assembly, helps carry heat away from the Heatsink fins.

The Fan's blades, center hub, and surrounding cage, (Shroud), must be clean. If the fan's blades are dirty, the result could be an unbalanced fan.

Makes the fan tilt to one side, and possibly scrape the blades on the Shroud.
Also over time the dirt, dust, etc, can cause the Fan's bearings to fail.

Gently see if you can move the Fan up, and down. Gently grab a blade of the Fan, and see if you can move the Fan. You will know if the Fan's blades have too much movement up, and down. (Or tilt to the side)

If the Fan is bad, (Bearings), see if you can buy just the Fan, and replace it.
If not you may wish to replace the entire Microprocessor Thermal-Cooling Assembly.

Should this be the case post back in a Comment.
I need to guide you in proper replacement.

[ You need to Thoroughly clean the top of the Processor, and the bottom of the squarish metal plate that sits on it.
Then Thermal Paste needs to be Properly applied, and the 4 screws tightened down in a sequence ]

Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 24, 2012 | Dell Inspiron 5100 Notebook

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Audio driver


~To download drivers and specific software;

Always get your drivers from the manufacturer of your Laptop, Notebook or Desktop.

If you were to log on to the manufacturer's web site, usually one is able to download if available, by model number, All available Driver downloads as required.

If the driver is not available, perhaps your manufacturer does not support the OS you are installing.

This is the best way of ensuring up to date drivers for your system and they are free of charge!

There are no XP drivers to be found with Microsoft as XP is no longer supported.

Some manufacturers may have a limited number of Drivers still listed.

I hope this helps.

Feb 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What is the softwere


To put it simply there are two parts to a computer. Hardware. Which is the physical machine itself and all of it's physical parts. ALL OFTHE PARTS.
SOFTWARE is the electronically encoded instructions that are used for the various parts of the computer to communicate with each other and with you.
A analogy could be this. Lets say you have a Typewriter. It can do nothing on it's own. Just sits there. You decide to type "Mary had a little lamb." on a piece of paper. You do this and pull the paper out of the machine.
You read it. the words are made up of symbols that don't have meaning until you put them into a language. That language, English. Is the software. The piece of paper is hardware. When you read it, i.e. interpret it. you are understanding it because you know the "code" of the English language.
The answer I'm giving you, on this page is like a software language that you and I agree upon so that you understand what I'm communicating to you. The Screen you are looking at is Hardware. The understanding of the words that you have, That's the 'software' language English.
In Computers there are languages for the machine, called machine language. There are languages that are mathematical. There is an alphabet and there is a language to convert these things to languages that people speak and languages the put the colors on the screen and where to put them. Lots of languages. Hope this helps,
Best, Mark

Dec 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My computer says disk read error press cntrl alt then nada


In most cases, all recent versions of Windows use Ctrl+Alt+Del to bring up the Tasm Manager. You can't usually use that key combo to restart your PC.
When you did that, was any application highlighted as 'not responding?' If so, that is where you should start looking for problems.
Otherwise, try to post additional information for us here.
-a.

Mar 09, 2010 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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I want to devlop some very basic softwares of c


You'll need some basic C (I'd suggest learning C++, which expands on C and is in wide use now for newer software) information. There are many books available as well as online tutorials. Here is one site we used in a class I took some time ago.

You'll also need a C/C++ compiler. Here are a couple of good free integrated development environment packages (compiler and program editor): NetBeans and Dev-C++. Both sites have tutorials as well.

Good luck! And thanks for using Fixya.

Mar 08, 2010 | Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook

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STOPWATCH CODE IN ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE


how to create a timer layout and codes using the visual basic 6.0?

Oct 07, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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I want to upgrade my Compaq Presario 1200 AMD laptop Hard Drive - any limitations?


Several companies such as AMD and Cyrix are also developing processors which are completely compatible with Intel processors. This means that they are capable of emulating every processor instruction in the the Intel chips.

INTEL SOCKET INFORMATION
Intel designed a set of sockets. Each of these sockets supported a certain range of processors. Below we have listed the complete specifications and layouts of each of these sockets.
socket1.gif SOCKET 1 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
169 Pins 17 x 17 PGA 5v SX / SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive
socket2.gif SOCKET 2 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
238 19 x 19 PGA 5v SX/SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket3.gif SOCKET 3 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
237 19 x 19 PGA 5v/3.3v SX/SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket4.gif SOCKET 4 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
273 21 x 21 PGA 5v Pentium 60/66MHz, Pentium 60/66 OverDrive socket5.gif SOCKET 5 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
320 37 x 37 PGA 3.3v Pentium 75-133, Pentium 75+ OverDrive socket6.gif SOCKET 6 SPECIFICATIONS Slot 6 was thought and planed of, however was never actually ever implemented in any system.
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
235 19 x 19 PGA 3.3v DX4, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket7.gif SOCKET 7 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
321 37 x 37 PGA Voltage Regulator Module Pentium 75-300, Pentium 75+ OverDrive slot1.gif SLOT 1 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
242 Slot Voltage Regulator Module Pentium II / Pentium III Processors

PROCESSOR HISTORY AND INFORMATION
Below is a listing of all known processor manufacturers made to date. In the below list is information about major processors listed by the date manufactured as well as a brief description of the technology and advances of each of the processors.
INTEL 4004 - Microprocessor introduced in 1970 with the speed of 108KHz was the worlds first microprocessor.
INTEL 8080 - Microprocessor introduced in 1974 running at the speed of 2 MHz was used in the world's first PC, the Altair.
INTEL 8086 (Code Name: P1)- Microprocessor first introduced in 1976. The 80086 had a 16-bit architecture that allowed it to work with 16-bit binary numbers and pass them through a 16-bit data bus. The 8086 was available in clock speeds of 5MHz, 8MHz, and 10MHz.
MOTOROLA 68000 - Microprocessor released in 1979 was later chosen by Apple for the Macintosh computer.
INTEL 8087 - Floating-point math compressor compliant with the 8086 / 8080 microprocessor family.
INTEL 8088 - Microprocessor released in 1979. The 8088 was the first Processor used in the original IBM PC and XT personal computers because it was less expensive than the 8086 microprocessor because of the availability of less expensive eight-bit data bus supporting chips made it the microprocessor for the IBM PC. The 8088 was available in speeds from 4.77 MHz and 8MHz.and used the 16-bit architecture allowing it to work internally with 16-digit numbers. The 8088 had the ability of addressing up to 1MB of RAM.
INTEL 80286 (Code Name: P2) - Microprocessor introduced by Intel in 1982 which commonly is referred to as the 286 processor. The 286 processor supported 16-bit architecture, supported virtual memory, and was available in clock speeds of 8MHz, 10MHz, and 12MHz. The 286 was around 20 times faster than the predecessor 8088.
INTEL 80287 - A compliant processor to the 286, a floating-point math coprocessor. Specially designed 286 chips have the capability of placing the optional 80287 processor on top of it, giving the computer a math coprocessor.
INTEL 80386DX (Code Name: P3) - Microprocessor manufactured in 1985 was the next generation of Intel processors. The 80386DX included the math compressor, unlike the 80386SX, and still featured the 32-bit architecture and built-in multitasking. The chip was available in clock speeds of 16MHz, 20MHz, 25MHz, and 33MHz.
SPARC - Released in 1987 is short for Scaleable Processor ARChiture by Sun - used RISC (Reduced Instruction Set) to speed up processing.
INTEL 80486DX (Code Name: P4) - Microprocessor released April 10th 1989. The 486DX featured a built-in memory cache and 32-bit architecture. It had more than three times the computing power of the 386DX and was available in clock speeds of 25MHz, 33MHz, and 50MHz.
INTEL 80386SX - Microprocessor introduced in 1989 was the next generation of Intel processors. The 80386SX lacked a math coprocessor but still featured the 32-bit architecture and built-in multitasking. The chip was available in clock speeds of 16MHz, 20MHz, 25MHz, and 33MHz.

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Jan 17, 2008 | Compaq Presario 1200 Notebook

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