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Re: computer wont start
Get to the main board of ur system there is a jumper near the battery .
change its position while power is off and get it back to its previous position. this way u will reset cmos to default.
if the computer starts hit delete to enter setup and load system defaults.save changes then exit.
check the power on pannel pins if they are in a good position too
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try to disconnect the adapter + battery and HOLD the power button by 30 seconds. Then reinstall the adapter +batery and try start again If the problem persist, clean the contacts of RAM with contacts cleaner.
check the ram memory ..if this shows up OK (verify it in another computer with the same specifications ) ...than the CPU is to blame ..open it up ..and remove for a few seconds the Bios battery to see if you messed up with the temperature settings ..This will reset to factory settings ..and if there is teh case with temperature limits too low set ..than it will power up after ..if it is the CPU you will have to change it
from experiance your motherboard is dead unless there are shorts in the circuit the only other thing you can try is compleatly strip all hardware out the computer and slowley build it up piece by piece
Choose within this options with regards to your monitor:
1. You could replace your monitor with a new one.
2. Or you could send someone or send it to a technician to repair your monitor.
Boot Up Problem:
1. Try checking the Power Supply Unit (PSU) if it give out 12Voltz. If not you could replace it with new PSU.
2. Check the motherboard if there are some blown out Capacitors. If there is, send it to a technician to replace it. If none, replace your Processor. That is the defective. That causes the boot up problem.
On boot up screen. Of course it will not show a boot up screen because there is a problem on your monitor. And so, there is also a problem on your motherboard (Processor or Capacitor).
Hope this might help. Thanks.
I have had this problem and never quite got to the bottom of it. Because it doesn't get too far when in starts I think it is memory related or bios. Opening and closing the case can reset the bios on some computers so check this setting in bios, to stop it happening try turning of sleep or standby function in bios.
Turn off power, unplug, hold power button for 30 seconds, take out memory, or if you have more than one stick only take all but 1, plug the power back in and start the computer. If a screen pops up that bios has changed press F2 to continue once computer is completly loaded click start, shut sown, unplug power cord again, hold power button 30 seconds, insert other memory and restart
The beep codes are related to hardware issue with your computer. Could be the RAM, video card or the motherboard. However to help you better, we would need to know the model number of your computer and preferrebly the BIOS manufacturer