SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THIS WEEK, MY COMPUTER GIVES ME A HARD TIME TO START. THE LCD OR POWERLIGHT COMES ON WITH OR WITHOUT PLUGGIN, BUT MY SCREEN IS BLANK. I CAN HEAR MY FAN WHEN IT STOPS MOVING ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. I'VE ONLY HAD MY COMPUTER FOR A FEW MONTHS NOW. DO YOU THINK THAT I NEED A NEW BATTERY OR FAN ALREADY?
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unscrew the back cover of the monitor then remove to access the power supply board, look for a leak or blown up electrolytic capacitor. just replace with the same rating and value a panasonic brand of capacitor much better with low esr.
Hi, we can hard reset the router for about a minute, powerlight should be blinking the moment we reset the router, if case still all lights are lit but powerlight is solid. We can do these steps:
> Connect computer to router > Open control panel - network connections - right click local are connection > Click status and go to support
> Check for IP address, if we have IP: 192.168.1.x IP address on the computer > Please open command prompt - (for WinXP) go to start and click run, type cmd - (for win7 and winVISTA) click start and type on start search cmd > On the black screen, there is a blinking cursor type ping(space)192.168.1.1 > If we are getting Request timed out - that means router is defective - if we are getting Reply from responses... then there is a need to upgrade the router...
Your Firmware is going damge due to break installation or what ever. but solution is that you attached your device with computer and upgrade software via NOKIA PC Suit. but remember don't break usb cable and power off pc during upgrading or installation on your handset.
you need to do system restore ASAP, reboot your computer and keep clicking on F8 tell you get to a window that gives you manay options including restore use this to restore yoour computer to the dday that you start working on your files or before. if that did not work post your findings and we will give you another way to get access
With no more information that what you have provided I would start by reseating the memory and video card if you're not using onboard video. Then I would check the hard drive via chkdsk, run it from a command prompt. If the drive seems ok the next thing I would do is reinstall the OS. If it still gives you trouble after that you have a faulty component (memory, processor, power supply, video card, or mother board) and I would start swapping in known good components.
I have little knowledge about the FreeAgent, but the beeps to me suggest power problems...
kat4 - Sound sliek your freeagent is working fine, and that it's the hub that's your problem. If it's a lower end brand you might consider getting a better one.
copper-top - Have you tried pluggin in the drive directly into a USB port built into your computer, and not through a usb hub, or other device?
CannonBooks - I have the same question for you as copper-top, but for you I suggest trying this drive without the printer plugged in, and see if it once again works. If it does, you might consider getting a good-quality powered USB hub and using that, or try pluggin the two devices into seperate hubs (if you are using hubs currently), or one/both directly into your computer.
Ok, first off when you turn off the computer without shutting down, windws does not get enough time to wirte necessary data to the disc, this does not always cause aproblem because sometimes there are unpredictable events such as power failure..
You might need to format your hardrive to fix this problem
To do this boot with the windows cd, it will say press any key to boot from disc. (YOU MIGHT NEED TO SET YOUR BOOT DEVICE IN THE BIOS(SETUP))
anyway fisrt off try a fresh install, leaving your current file system intact. Id that works then you will still have all your data on your disc, If not then you need to do a complete format.. Good Luck