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Why xseries 336 has blank screen, starting but not booting


If your computer won'r boot, you have a problem with your Hard Drive or the boot system of your drive. You should have an emergengy disk/CD to access your computer for this case and repair boot or check integrity of your drive. No way to help you by answering a question

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Acer M1640 Desktop Acer monitor come up no signal . Have put other monitor it comes up the same


Reset the cmos usualy a jumper, or remove the batery for 10 min, it might be a videocard problem, try another videocard. It might be a memoryproblem.
If you hear bleeds google for biosbeebs and that will show you wich bleeb is what error.
If all else fails change processor and powersuply or finaly the motherboard.
Good luck!

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Monitor no signal acer M1640


Check the cable at the back of the monitor and at the back of the computer. If the cables are in tight and you still get the no signal error message you either have a bad monitor or a bad video card in the computer.

Try plugging another monitor into the computer (borrow one from a friend, neighbor or family member if you don't have one). If the monitor does the same thing and shows a no signal message like your original monitor, then the Video Card in the computer is bad. If the monitors works, then your original monitor is bad.

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How to solve "signal cable disconnect" error?


Do you mean the video cable?
If so remove the video cable/connector from the computer and reconnect it and tighten the locking screws.
If the monitor also have a video connector do the same with this connector.
Boot up your computer and if you still get this error message then the video cable maybe faulty. Try a different video cable and if the problem still not resolved then the problem maybe the video card.

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I keep getting error U043 even tho I know that the ink cartridge is missing. However, I only need to use the scanner and am unable to get to the home menu because the error message won't go away. How...


Got a reply from Canon support as below.

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During Boot Sequence of the machine, one of the checks performed by the machine is presence of Ink/toner Cartridge and the minimum quantity available in it to start up.

When the machine fails to get the signal of Ink availability, it stops the Initialization Process and an error code is displayed

Since the machine is an ALL-IN-ONE, it cannot perform any of its function, had it been exclusive Scanner the Boot Sequence would have been different.

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My Dell XPS 730 needed a new CMOS battery I changed this but now it wont post get no beep errors and it doesn't get to the DELL screen. There is power everything lights up and fans start going but no...


I believe you have used the wrong type of CMOS battery. Try putting the old one back in and see if it will boot. If not the CMOS NAND chip may be broken. If this is the case contact Dell and order a new one.

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Powers on for 5-6seconds then beeps one time and shuts down


Here are the beep codes for common BIOS programs:

1 BeepA single beep from an AMI based BIOS means there has been a memory refresh timer error. The solution is often to replace the RAM in the computer.

A long beep from AWARD is probably memory error.

1 short beep from AWARD bios & PhoenixBIOS and most others is a positive ok signal.

Without more information, it sounds like it is a memory problem. Remove the memory and see if it will boot to the BIOS/setup screen. If so and you have multiple memory sticks, put one in and try to boot. If that fails try the other.

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Sounds like your PC has changed resolution to one not compatible with your monitor. Try to boot in safe mode to change the resolution to more basic. Then reboot.
Monitor Mike

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Dell E310 Desktop. When I turn PC on, it begins to beep and the 3 and 4 lights stay on. It will not boot up.


It is signaling a critical error has occurred. Suggest finding a service tech that has a boot-up troubleshooting card that is placed in a mother-board slot. It will reveal such things as bad memory, power loss and so on. Repairs may be enough cost to consider a new machine.

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No signal input


this sounds like fried graphics card... the clue being the error message before it died,

Does the PC boot so that you can see the Bios Screen, (the very first info that displays) the BIOS screen does not use the windows drivers and would be unaffected if a driver failure occurs,

if this is the case then press f8 on boot to select SAFE mode so you can remove/replace the graphics drivers (in device manager)

if you cannot get bios or safe mode, then try reseating your graphics card first as it may have just worked it way out of its slot (due to expansion of card/slot as system heats/cools)

if this fails to work then a replacement of the graphics card is probably what is required.

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