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NO TPM OR TPM HAS PROBLEM

MY COMPUTER WORNT TURN ON IT WILL POP UP A BLACK SCREEN THAT SAYS NO TMP OT TMP HAS PROBLEM.. THEN AT THE BOTTOM IT SAYS PRESS F2 TO ENTER SET UP...THEN WHEN I PRESS F2 IT FREEZES AND DOSNT EVER GO TO SET UP. I HAVE WINDOWS VISTA IF TAHT HELPS. THANKS

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  • Anonymous May 24, 2009

    try updating your bios im also having this problem im looking around other sites and everyone is saying update your bios so try that

  • disccomp May 11, 2010

    Reseated(Took out and put back) the RAM and it booted right up.

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Here how to fix this issue:
1. Disconnect the power adapter.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Unscrew the back cover for the hard drive.
4. Disconnect the CMOS battery for a few minutes. (the battery is located under the the small circuit board.)

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

  • archerlarry Aug 24, 2011

    i HAVE TRIED THIS SEVERAL TIMES. IT COMES UP "INVALID SYSTEM DISK REPLACE THE DISK, AND THEN PRESS ANY KEY" iTS THE RESTORE DISK THAT i'M PUTTING iN BUT IT STILL SAYS THE SAME THING.

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OK i also carry that junk LOL

What you got is a rom crash you may need firmware update or more ram http://support.gateway.com/s/Mobile/2007/Apache/1014142Rnv.shtml

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: MY COMPUTER WORNT TURN ON IT WILL POP UP A BLACK

if u r using laptop then u need to update with latest bios version so u can download the bios update file from the site of the laptop brand example if ur using hp lap then go for hp.com to download the latest bios update. Hope this solution is helpful for ur prob.

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SOURCE: MY COMPUTER WORNT TURN ON IT WILL POP UP A BLACK

Try running a Windows repair using your Windows CD. Avoid reloading Windows if it tries to do that so that you don't lose data but a Windows repair will not destroy your data.

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MY COMPUTER WORNT TURN ON IT WILL POP UP A BLACK SCREEN THAT SAYS NO TMP OT TMP HAS PROBLEM.. THEN AT THE BOTTOM IT SAYS PRESS F2 TO ENTER SET UP...THEN WHEN I PRESS F2 IT FREEZES AND DOSNT EVER GO TO SET...


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copy c:\windows\repair\default .


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