Question about Camping, Backpacking & Hiking
I put it on charge and the light on back blinks red and green. was on charge for 24hrs. and I push button to turn on and nothing happens
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The Dreaded Blinking red light
I think this sounds like a RAM issue.. How much do you have installed currently.. to check click start/control panel/system and it should show in the lower right corner of the window... if it has a number like close to 512mb then you have 512mb sometimes it will not show exactly 512mb because the mainboard may be using a portion of it for onboard video or something else. But if you are running win xp it needs a min of 512 and any other program you have running will dig into the 512mb being used and slow things down and eventually freeze the system. Due to programs running in the background like anti virus, msn, etc... You can add more ram for about $40.00 if you put it in yourself or around $70.00 if a shop adds it for you. That is at what our shop would charge. Otherplaces ??? Hope this helps.. The ram is used to run your programs and also aids in the speed. Most new/good computers come with about 1gb now days.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
1. Your smps is OK for power supply
2. check the beep sound for RAM and Video card (If it is long beep the RAM is having and short and frequent the Video card) o
3. Remove RAM then start ssytem see the response shoutdown, clean the RAM place it back start the ssytem
4. Remove the CMOS battery or short the jumber for any setting in BIOS start the ssytem
5. Disconnect all the cables connecting motherboard including Hard disk except SMPS power supply to Mother board
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
Check the contacts going to the batteries. The negative contact is
going the flashlight body. While the other starts at the center of the
bulb socket that goes to the switch and finally to the positive terminal
of the battery. Get it done and send an e-mail .
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
sound to me like you have a bad battery, a lot of ryobi batterys don't last like they should i have had the same problem, but my battery was less than a year old and i took it back and they give me a new one.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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