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SOURCE: Starts to the Fujitsu Screen then nothing

No Actually its fixable

There are a number of issues that can cause this but all of them are hardware related.. Mostly its eighter the hard drive or them main board (bios)

1.) Open up the laptop
You do this by removing the hinge covers, then removing the
face panel(part with the power button)
remove the kwyboard and you wiull have axcess to it..
2.) there is a battery on the main board, simply disconnect it, then remove your laptop battery and hit the power button(switch now) seven times.. Hopefully this will discharge any remaing power and reset your bios..

now try booting, if that works, simply enter your bios(setup) and load the optamised defaults then save and exit..

If that fails, Open back up the laptop again and try disconnecting the hard drive.. If it boots and says no boot disc, then your hard drive is defective and needs to be replaced..

If all that fails you will need to replace your mainboard.. if you are not qualified enough to do this i suggest you take it to a technician,,, Let me know what happens and if you need additional information, just post your question here and i shall reply asap

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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SOURCE: HOW TO ENTER CMOS SETUP OR BIOS SETUP OF SONY

To enter the CMOS setup BIOS you hit f2 during the power on. After you enter the bios to the boot up screen and select first boot up = CD ROM. Save the configuration and reboot. Now pop in your windows XP cd into the CDROM, your computer will bootup from the CDROM. You can now reinstall windows.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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SOURCE: when i start up m,y advent 8117 i get a black

1. you either have to dismantle the notebook or laptop and remove the CMOS battery and reinstall it . This will reset the BIOS.
2. Obtain a recovery disk or rescue disk for your model.
3. Call the manufacturer for instruction on how to recover or reset your password for your laptop.


Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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SOURCE: start up problams

try removing the bios battery AND the rechargable battery for 10 minutes. Install both batteries and try again

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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SOURCE: unable to enter setup in acer aspire 5315

You do not say what OS you are running. You could try F12 at bootup to see if you can get to the boot manager that way.

Posted on Jan 15, 2012

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Bios fw140e reset vgn vergine


Follow these steps to access the BIOS on a VAIO computer.
WARNING: Other than resetting the BIOS to the default values, making changes to the BIOS is an advanced procedure that can produce unintended results if not done properly. For instance, if you set a Machine Password and later forget that password, it will require advanced technical support and possibly service to regain access to the computer.
  1. Turn off the computer.IMPORTANT: If you are having difficulty accessing the BIOS, or are doing so as a step in troubleshooting an issue, it is recommended that you remove all media or any peripheral devices connected to the computer before trying to access the BIOS.
  2. Restart the computer.
  3. At the black VAIO logo screen, press the F2 key.
If you are accessing the BIOS as a step in troubleshooting an issue, you may need to reset the BIOS to the default settings. While the exact steps will vary slightly based on the version of the BIOS installed on the computer, these general steps will allow you to reset the BIOS to the factory default values:
  1. In the Setup Utility window, use the arrow key to select Exit.
  2. At the Exit screen, press the down arrow key to select Get Default Values, and then press the Enter key.
  3. At the Get Default Values prompt, use the arrow keys to select Yes, and then press the Enter key.
  4. At the Exit screen, with Exit Setup selected, press the Enter key.
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When I turn the laptop on I see the Toshiba screen for just a second and then it instantly goes to this lovely black screen that says password= How this got there I have know idea. Can anyone help?


Dear beanbean,
This "lovely black screen" is a BIOS password screen. This shows up because somebody has set a boot-up password in the BIOS Setup. If you're lucky, the BIOS Setup is still unprotected, and you can access it as follows:
When you turn it on, look for something that says "Press [button] to enter Setup" or "Press [button] to enter Setup Utilities." Press the corresponding button on your keyboard, and you should enter BIOS Setup.

Now two things can happen. Either you are permitted to access Setup, or you are prompted for the password.
If you can access Setup, navigate to the Security tab and clear all set passwords.If not... then you can either reset BIOS by unplugging the computer, taking off the back, and removing the CMOS Battery (unrecommended), or you can call Toshiba support and ask for the master password (Most manufacturers have a master password, which will allow you to access Setup and remove the boot-up password)
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How do i enter bios set uo on a sony l640


When you turn your PC on there should be a logo window saying something like "Sony" if you press tab at this screen it should instead turn to a POST screen where your ram will be counted and your drives will be checked, at this window at the bottom of the screen it should say something like "Press button to enter Setup" in the BIOS chip setup is referring to what your referring to.. which is actually the CMOS settings

common buttons for entering CMOS settings is delete and F2

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Iam at black screen that said F1 to resume i pressed and sendme to bios utility how can i go back to regular screen windows


What was the error-message just BEFORE that 'F1' message?

Turn the computer off, wait, and turn the computer on.
If you get into BIOS SETUP,
use the "arrow" keys (UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT)
to highlight the 'Load BIOS defaults' menu-item.
Press ENTER to apply that option.
Use the arrow keys to select "Save and Exit from BIOS setup".
Press ENTER to apply.

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If you want to add the BIOS password:
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. At the SONY screen, press the F2 key.
  3. In the Setup Utility window, press the RIGHT ARROW to select Security .
  4. On the Security menu, press the DOWN ARROW key to select Set Machine Password .
  5. Press the ENTER key.
  6. At the prompt, in the Enter New Password field, enter the desired password.
  7. Press the ENTER key.
  8. In the Confirm New Password field, retype the same password.
  9. Press the ENTER key.
  10. At the Setup Notice prompt, press the ENTER key. NOTE: To set a user password, repeat steps 4-10, selecting the Set User Password option.
  11. Press the F10 key.
  12. In the Setup Configuration window, press the ENTER key.
  13. Press the RIGHT ARROW to select Exit .
  14. Press the DOWN ARROW key to select Exit Setup .
  15. At the Exit Setup prompt, press the ENTER key.
If you want to remove the forgotten BIOS password:
Please call 888-476-6972 and speak directly to a Sony® support representative for further assistance. A resolution for this issue is available, but for security purposes, this resolution can only be provided by a support representative.

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To enter the CMOS setup BIOS you hit f2 during the power on. After you enter the bios to the boot up screen and select first boot up = CD ROM. Save the configuration and reboot. Now pop in your windows XP cd into the CDROM, your computer will bootup from the CDROM. You can now reinstall windows.

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There are 2 steps you can do to fix the problem

1. Change the USB Emulation Setting in the BIOS
NOTE: It is recommended to disconnect any USB devices before performing the following steps.
Restart the system.
Wait until the Dell Logo appears.
At the Dell Logo screen, press F2 right away to enter the System Setup.
The System Setup screen will appear.
Press the down arrow key to highlight Integrated Devices (LegacySelect Options).
Press Enter.
A small box with a list of devices appears in the middle of the screen.
Press the down arrow key to highlight USB Emulation.
The default setting is On.
Press the Space Bar on your keyboard to change the setting to No Boot.
Press the Esc key.
The small box disappears.
Press the Esc key again.
A small box with list of options appears in the middle of the screen.
Make sure that Save Changes and Exit is highlighted in blue.
Press Enter.
The system will then restart.
The recommended changes have now been made to the BIOS.

2. Reset the Dell Dimension desktop System Setup (BIOS) to factory defaults.
Restart the system.
The Dell logo screen appears.
Press F2 to enter the System Setup (BIOS).
The System Setup screen appears.
Press the ALT + F key combination.
Press the Esc key to Save and Exit.
Press Enter to Save changes and exit now.
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not too sure what you mean here.you can reset bios to default or can set bios to factory reset.to set default ...when you turn on pc ,message at bottom left hand screen indicates which key to press to enter setup(bios setup) note...its very brief;mines f 10 for instance.at startup press this key and select load default then select save settings and exit;then ur pc restarts with default settings.
To reset bios to factory requires disassembly.
you locate rtc and remove battery(looks like large watch battery)for 5 minutes then replace,reassemble and restart pc.you dont need to know what rtc means(real time clock)or what it looks like cos the battery is right next to it.

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DISPLAY HAS POBABLY WENT BAD.

BUT THE WAY TO MAKE SURE IS TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER TO A DIFFERENT MONITOR TO SEE IF YOU GET THE SAME RESULT

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