Question about HP MS-7548 System Board Motherboard Aspen-GL8E ATX Socket 940 Mfr P/N FQ562-69002
Things tried; reseating ram,rtcrst, minimum system config, swapped out psu, removed cmos batt for 20 mins. nothing works i reseat my ram after discharging remaining power and the hp start up screen appears on screen, the bios load screen then windows system reastoration question for a sec or two then the screen blacks out again.
This sounds like you have picked up a virus there are a few that will do this, you will need to reformat the hard drive. or use a backup disc if you have one made to install on computer. make sure you only go into computer in safe mode and use virus software to try and remove it. this virus attacks the startup file on the hard drive, and the reg files allocation. hope this helps failing this the hard drive has wiped its self when it has not shut down properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you are having a video issue on the motherboard and that is not a software or easy fix. Most people have to change out their motherboards when it comes down it in regards to this type of activity.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: HPG6000 Power Problems
Your motherboard is dead. u need to replace your motherboard. if it was any hardware device problem it will stay on but will not show any display but the leds will stay longer than 10 seconds. i suggest you find a hp authorised service center and let them diagnose. i'm pretty sure your motherboard is dead.sorry to say man.good luck
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
What happened is that you interrupted the disk write on 'saving settings'. Very BAD. You may be able to start in safe mode, by pressing F8 while windows is starting, then selecting options to attempt to repair. The alternative, is to boot from the windows CD and select 'repair'.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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