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I have tryed turning it on and off but I only get the intro and repeats over and over again and it never gets to my game what should I do
u may problem
1. Plz check power supply section (SMPS)
2. start button is damage or only it power supply section of Main board and wire is damage.
if u this all step is already done. u have another solution that,
i.open your CPU cabinet cover.
ii. pull up start button power jack from main board and separate them.
iii. and shot the power pin in main board (where from u pull up the jack) using screw driver or other tools.
I home your problem is recover.
Posted on Jul 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error Maplestory
hi,first during power on hit f8 and boot in safe mode...then click on start...all programs.... accessorries......system tools..........then click on system restore.....click on restore to previous date.... click next and select some earlier date when it worked fine and follow... u will bw good to go...
let me know...
Posted on May 26, 2008
SOURCE: not responding? i bought the
Ok best thing to try, which will quickly solve your problem would be to go here
Then Click where it says : "Find out if you can run
that game on your PC"
Look in the drop down list and select The Sims 2 Double Deluxe PC game. Then Click on the "Can You Run it" Button.
It wiil then Scan your System & Build a detailed profile of Hardware & Software installed, and will inform you of what software or hardware is/is not compatable with the game you want to play.
I have a Pentium 4 3ghz Processor, 1GB Ram, Direct X 9.0c, Win XP SP3 installed & after running a test to see if my Machine would handle The Sims 2 Double Deluxe, it passed on all areas except Video Card. & This is what it informed me :
Minimum: A T&L-capable video card with at least 32 MB of video RAM. ATI Radeon series 8500 or better, NVIDIA GeForce series GeForce2 GTS and better
You Have: Intel(R) 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family (Intel(R) 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset)
Video Card Features - Minimum attributes of your Video Card
Video RAM: Required - 32 MB , You have - 128 MB
Video Card 3D Acceleration: Required - Yes , You have - Yes
Video HW Transform & Lighting: Required - Yes , You have - No
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Possible overheating issue. If it's a graphics-intensive game, it tends to push the CPU and graphics hard harder than when you're just surfing the web, which generates more heat.
Trying opening the case and see if you have dust bunnies - any buildup of lint or dust on air intake areas. Canned air is good for getting rid of that. Also verify that all fans are spinning. The fan bearings will seize up after a while and will probably need to be replaced.
As a temporary measure, try removing the side panel on the case if that's feasible. May help some with cooling and can tell you if your problem is heat.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
First make sure the monitor is on and connected to the PC.
If the power light is not on you could have a bad power supply, it could also be that the onboard video went bad.
If your PC has four trouble lights in the back, let us know which ones are lit, this can pinpoint the problem.
The noise you hear is the drive spinning up and the CPU fan.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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