Question about Computers & Internet
1. Check if your battery works
2. Disconnect your battery and plug your notebook on AC power
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Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For problem #1 there is a MBR (Master Boot Record) problem, meaning that Windows is unable to find Windows. This can either be a software problem or a hard disk failure. If you have your Windows XP disc boot up with it in your cd drive and when it starts press 'R' for repair as this wil repair system files and you will not lose any settings or doc's. When you are running go to your hard disk drive manufacturer and run a diagnosis and repair if neccassary. Problem #2 should sort itself out if left unplugged from the mains supply and the power supply unit for 15 mins or so. If not there is a power supply that needs replacing.
Posted on Nov 07, 2006
SOURCE: Power up problem
One thing u can do also. Open your system case, remove cmos battery clean cmos battery and then insert like same. And restart your system. Other wise check power connections voltage. If it is ok then definitely it will wirk.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
try to get to the jumper next to the cmos battery in the mainboard. by changing its position for some seconds while power is off and putting it back , cmos is cleard. start the board hit delete to enter setup and exit saving chages.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
Try a different monitor. If it does the same thing then the problem is with the computer. It could be a lot of things. I would first test the memory. Take out all of the memory sticks, re-insert one at a time and power up. If it boots with any one stick of memory then the problem lies with one of the other memory sticks. Also make sure the cooling fans are all working, especially the fan on the CPU. Some computers will not boot if this fan goes bad. These are a couple of easy things to test and beyond that it could be a lot of things: Power supply, graphics card, hard drive etc. You can find ways to test these things on these pages.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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