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What was the last thing you did on your computer before this happened?
Did you change any system settings in the BIOS?
Did you add new software? or update any software or drivers?
Did you add any new hardware?
Is your system BIOS infected with a virus?
Because it appears that your PC is hanging up during the Power-On-Self-Test [POST]
Here's what happens; when the power is turned on, the computer BIOS [Basic Input/Output System] runs a POST (Power-On Self-Test). It is a diagnostic testing sequence that the computer runs to determine if the hardware [like the mouse, keyboard, hard drive, etc.] is working properly.
If the necessary hardware is detected and found to be operating properly, the computer begins to boot; If the hardware is not detected or is not operating properly, the BIOS issues an error message.
The error message may be a text on the display screen and/or a series of coded beeps, depending on the nature of the problem.
The series or pattern of beeps may vary...they may be in a number of long or short beeps or a mixture of long and short beeps, or even one long continuous beep, depending on what type of BIOS is installed.
Since POST runs before the computer's video card is activated or the integrated graphic chip on the main board, it may not be possible to progress to the display screen.
So if an error is detected during the POST it will halt the boot process because the hardware is essential for the computer's functions.
How many beeps do you hear during the initial POST?
You may have a burned out video chip/card; or corrupt drivers; or even an IRQ [Interrupt Request] conflict.
Could be your hard drive. Make sure all connections are good. You should have a 2 little lights on the front of system case, one is your hard drive activity light, it should be red. See when you turn it on if it blinks. Take the side of the case and listen if the hard drive is spinning when you start the computer up.
The Fender pick up has two wires, blue and white. The Jackson has four: red, green ,black, and white.
1st. Determine the hot wire and the ground wire on the Jackson pick up and then just replace the Jackson pup with the Fender pup. White on the Fender is the hot lead and blue is for the ground. If you hook it up backwards it will be out of phase with the other pup's and will sound thin and weak when selected with either the rhythm pup or the lead pup. Of course, by itself it will sound normal because switching the wires only changes the phase of the Fender pup.
On the Jackson pup, the green and black are ground while the white and red are the hot side. Just solder the white lead of the Fender pup to the pup selector hot side and the blue lead to the ground.
Always start with the physical when diagnosing a PC. First is the wire from the video card to the monitor fastened properly? and if so then turn off the PC open the case and make sure that the video card itself is properly seated on the motherboard.
- Your HP is failing to properly detect your Monitor.
~ Solution ~
+ Go to Start Menu and Right click My Computer + Click on Manage
+ Find and double click on Device Manager
+ Find your Monitor Device and see if it working "properly".
If device is not detected, download the appropriate drivers for the Monitor.
NOTE: You may want to do this with a working monitor in order to see whats on your screen!
Hope I helped
your monitor got a hardware problem:
1) the LVDS controler board out of work, only change or repair it could be fixed.
2) if you can see some show like smaller signal detect windows in the centre of screen a very short time (bright flashing one time), this is inverter board damaged or worn lamps, thay all need repair or replace
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