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Address book data stored on the hard
disk was detected as abnormal when it
was accessed from either the
operation panel or the network.
?? Initialize the address book
?? Initialize the user information
?? Replace the HDD.HDD defective
When the machine reaches the Ready condition after boot-up, the operator turns OFF the Main Power
Switch without first pressing the Operation Switch. As a result, the flash memory on the controller board is
damaged, triggering the SC.
SOLUTION: 1. Please be aware of the following:
Before turning off the machine's main power, always make sure that the Operation Switch LED is not
lit or blinking. By turning the Main Power OFF while the LED is still lit or blinking, may cause damage to
the machine's hard disk or memory.
Try removing/disconnecting the hard drive and see if the BIOS boots up, if it does the HDD is causing the problem. Are you getting any beeping codes on start up, if so how many and hoe long in between?
1.FIRST YOU DO ONE THING IF YOU USING XP OS MEANS CHANGE THE SATA MODE TO IDE OTHER WISE CHANGE THE SATA MODE TO AICH. 2.IF BOOT WITH CD MEANS CHANGE BOOT PRIORITY CD/DVD ROM 2.IF YOU BOOT WITH HDD MEANS CHOOSE HDD. BIOS OPTION----CONTINUOSLY PRESS F2 KEY.
inser the os dvd and made then perform the repair.
I have the same problem! I received a response to my email telling me to disconnect adapter and battery, hold the power button 30 minutes, connect ac (make sure it's plugged), turn on, wait 1-7 minutes, then attach battery after windows boots. After several tries, it still hasn't worked. When I turn on the system, my power led stays green, but the hdd indicator is not lit. My battery can still recharge, but the screen is still black, and there is no sound.
Disconnect everything from the motherboard except the power supply connections and cpu fan. Install one stick of RAM and connect your monitor. Then try starting up. See if you get any BIOS boot messages. This will tell you that the board and processor are okay.
With what you say you've tried already, I'm thinking you might have a bad processor. Most every other problem would result in some kind of error like POST beep codes or messages on screen. If the system still doesn't boot with the bare minimum parts installed, replace the processor.
I'm inclined to believe something is going on with the DVD drive, perhaps a I/O cable or driver issue, it just seems like what you said about the drive sounding like it's trying to read is a clue, what I would try if you have not already ,is since you said you can get to get to the Bios usually the default for boot sequence is CD/DVD drive first unless you change it, see if you can change the boot sequence from DVD drive first to HDD first and see if you can bypass it, then it might just boot, if that works then that was the cause,I see no other reason why the Drive should be trying to read other than the boot sequence. if not then it might be more complicated and could be a hardware issue somewhere,
The 2 and 4 LED error code indicates “Video subsystem configuration or failure”. You either have a bad video circuit or your video drivers have a problem. Try booting into “safe mode” by tapping the F8 key when powering on the computer. If the computer comes up in safe mode then your video drivers may have to be reloaded. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
Normal sequence is the power led should blink 5 times then shutoff when power is pressed. If the led stays lit the DM is suspect. You will need to have the DM trouble shooted to determine whats preventing normal boot sequence from completeing. If you need further assistance. please let me know.
Your chassis is the ATC322