My pc has a reset button on it . I added some ram to the pc and I replaced a broken cd rom. and now the reset button bebs and want stop. I have a pionex pc window98. you have any Idea? what I might have down to cause this to happen?.
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First replace your computers cap, then look careful your motherboard, unplug one-by-one jacks (cables) CD rom, HDD, Floppy Driver, Power supply jacks, remove processor, ram memory, cards (video, sounds, etc) unplug cables of buttons, Front panel card etc. but you should take care don't scratch cables and don't break connections cause you will use again them, and you should remember place of connectors because that can destroy your motherboard if you change the place of them. I suggest you to use camera to capture the cables so you can remember easier . After you unplug connectors you should remove screws replace new motherboard and make previous steps upside-down.
the best thing you could do is to increase your amount of ram in your pc this will handle the slow down problem. recording software takes quite a bit of ram space dvd software takes more ram than your cdrw. if you video card doesnt have its own on card ram this will also slow you down. depending on the motherboard you have its possible to upgrade the proccessor to a faster one 2.8ghz intel new can be bought for like 17bucks but ram is the easiest and sounds like just what your needing.
there is problem with your Ram ,if you have another ram then you can try to change it and then check
Otherwise you can boot your computer with the help of windows cd and see if your pc restarts or not.for this just put windows cd in cd rom and go to bios by pressing F12 on start and under advanced settings change boot priority to cd as first option and then restart and follow the on screen instructions
if Pc restarts again with a beep noise,then change the ram and it will be fine
Repairing your Optical Drive problem isn’t that difficult task.
Unfortunately you have failed to prove the Manufacturer Name and Model Number of your particular specific CD-ROM Optical Drive so I am unaware of what particular specific CD-ROM Optical Drive information to provide.
However if you use Google Search (http://www.google.com) and search the topic Repair CD-ROM you will be able to obtain information on how to disassemble and repair your specific CD-ROM Optical Drive. Examples of a Google Search are provided below ->
The most difficult part of the repair will be finding the correct size replacement 0-Ring that fits your particular specific CD-ROM Optical Drive. You could try checking with local Computer Repair Shops and see if the have a broken CD/DVD Optical Drive that has the correct size 0-Ring that might work in your particular specific CD-ROM Optical Drive.
On another note now days Optical Drives are inexpensive and you can obtain a replacement CD/DVD Optical Drive for less than 30 bucks.
Hope it helped you. Thanks.
Ok. My first option would be to change the power supply. That might be causing your problems. I have had one strange case where the pc would reboot when pressing the eject button, and it turned out to be the RAM... weird, but replacing the RAM solved it.
Try it with a bigger power supply, also perhaps with another CD-rom. If that doesn't work, try another CD, another HDD. If none of these things work, ask me again, and we'll take it from there! :)
(Make sure your boot priority is right, so that CD-Rom is above HDD, you can change this in the CMOS settings)
First off take out your pc ram, then listen for a alarm to beep continually. If it does not beep then either your mobo is not getting power or it overheats for some reason and the protection functionalities in the bios has been set to switch off or it is broken.
Basically strip down your pc to bare essentials to get it working. Only hook up one ide/sata drive your os drive, one cd/dvd rom, powersupply to mobo and cpu and ram offcoarse. Start from bottom and work your way up.
If the crashes are becoming more often it is probably a processor overheating problem or it's on its way out.
Leave the side of the computer off when its got going and see if it lasts any longer before crashing.
To give you more of a clue as to what is crashing the pc go to My computer>properties>advanced tab>Startup & Recovery Settings>automatically restart; and untick the box.
This will bring up a blue screen next time it crashes to give you a clue to the problem.
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