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I am trying to set up my wii fit and the board isn't responding when I get to the final step. It asks to turn on the power with your foot and it flashes blue lights, but nothing happens. Any suggestions?

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Try replacing the batteries in the board with fresh batteries.

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This error is caused by a wireless router firewall issue.

To solve this error, try to manually setup the Wii console using your network IP settings.

To do a manual setup of the Wii console using your network IP settings :

  • First, go to your PC, click Start > Run > type CMD and press Enter > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter. On Windows Vista, click Start > type CMD in the Start Search box > click on CMD icon > type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter.
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I replace my power supply for my E520 and its dose not turn on. It is a new replacement power supply for this model. I check alll the connections. It haas aa blinking amber light all time.


I would double check the connections to the main board. Some power supplies have two power connectors to the mother board, a 20 pin connector and a 4 pin connector. Sometimes the four pin connector is in a different location from the 20 pin on the board. Make sure both connectors a plugged in.

Make sure the connector for the power switch is plugged into the board. Dell's usually have all the wires for the front pane in one connector.

You should also unplug everything from the board except the power supply and front panel. There could be a hard device causing the board to hang up.

I have had power supplies die and short the main board. I hope that isn't the case here.

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If your product key does not work or you cannot activate your Microsoft product, call the Microsoft Product Activation Center at 888-725-1047.
You will be asked if you are at your computer with the activation window open - respond with "YES" your wiil be asked for your activation I D - respond by saying "HELP", the message will repeat, respond by saying "TRANSFER" - continue to respond with "TRANSFER" until you hear "If you wish to talk with a specialist say transfer" again say "TRANSFER". You will then be asked if you have the activation wizard up on your screen - respond with "YES". Finally, you will be transferred to an activation specialist and you can talk to him to resolve your problem.
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This type of shutdown problem occurs mainly due to following few reasons, 1) SMPS problem 2) RAM failure 3) Over heated mother board chip(s) or seldom over heated CPU 4) Virus or worm problem or OS problem. 5) Over heated power cords
Do the following steps one by one (to detect the exact source of problem) First replace the CMOS battery, change SMPS, check power cord, run the PC directly (without UPS), remove the data cable from hdd. if it runs well then set the data cable with hdd, if it does not work then definitely there is mother board/cpu problem. And if it creates same problem after fitting the data cable - change the hdd or format hdd and reinstall os. your problem would be solved.

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STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
Unplug everything from the front and back of the system except for the power cord or AC adapter, including: keyboard mouse monitor speakers printers scanners USB devices handheld PDAs external Zip or CD-R drives joysticks/game pads, etc
Attempt to turn the system on.
STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer

Blinking Amber/yellow: Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed.

If all the lead is off, then have the mother board replaced

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I have a hp a288n desktop. It quit responding as it has done previously and it wouldn't turn off, so I turned it off by the power button. When I went to turn it back on it would not start. I have unplugged...


I've attached the steps needed to be taken if your computer does not turn off.
If you pc is turned off and you can't turn it on now, please provide me more informations like;
  • what is the color of your screen
  • what written on your screen
  • Can you see cursor blinking or arrow
  • Any error message displayed?
  • The HP or Compaq Logo Screens are Missing on Startup
  • When the pc stops responding, before or after Windows start up?
Steps below is to show you how to resolve the issue of the pc not shutting down.

Step 1: Using one anti-virus program
You only need one anti-virus program. If more than one anti-virus program is open at the same time, uninstall the extra software programs. Several virus scanning software on the same PC can create software conflicts. This is also true for multiple versions of the same anti-virus software. For example, if Norton Antivirus version five and Norton Antivirus version 2002 are both installed on the same PC, uninstall the older version (version 5 in this case). Use the following steps to remove programs:
  • In Windows XP, click Start , then Control Panel.
  • In Windows 95, 98, and Me, click Start , Settings , then Control Panel
  • Double-click Add/Remove Programs
  • Select the anti-virus software that you want to remove and click the Add/Remove button, or the Change/Remove button in Windows XP.
  • Restart the PC when the uninstaller has finished.
  • When the Windows desktop appears, restart the PC again. The PC should shut down and restart normally this time. If not, continue to the next step.
Step 2: Disabling Software that opens with Windows
For troubleshooting purposes, reduce the amount of software that opens with Windows to try and find out if a software conflict is occurring.

  • Open the Microsoft System Configuration software (Msconfig), remove the selection next to Load Startup Items , click OK , and restart the PC.
  • For more information, refer to Preventing Programs from Opening When Windows Starts .
    Restart the PC using Windows.
  • If the Windows still fails to close, continue to next step.

Step 3: Turning off all power options
Turn off all Windows power management options and shut down the PC as follows.

  • In Windows XP, click Start , Control Panel , and then Performance and Maintenance.
  • In Windows 95, 98, and Me, click Start , Settings , and then Control Panel .
  • Double-click the Power Options icon.
  • The Power Options Properties window appears.
  • Click the Power Schemes tab and change all selections under Settings for Always On power scheme to Never .
  • Click the Hibernate tab and remove the check mark from Enable hibernate support .
  • Click the OK button to accept the changes, and then restart the PC.
  • When the Windows desktop appears, restart the PC again. The PC should shut down and restart normally this time. Regardless, continue to the next Step to see if a BIOS update is available.
Step 4: Upgrading the BIOS
The BIOS is code that the PC uses at start up and is responsible for many things. One of those things is power management, which can get in the way of the shutdown process.

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I would open it up and check all connections and just push them in. Also check your power supply input connection to make sure they aren't cracked on the board.

To open it up, you just have to remove the screws on the bottom and then the panels should pull apart. You may need to run a fingernail or flat-headed screwdriver around the panel to get it off.

Let me know if you have any further questions with doing this, and you can respond in your original question thread.

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