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The system doesn't start, doesn't boot. No image on display. Coolers and others power issues seems to be OK.

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There are many possibilities for a omputer wont boot up... if you can give a deep description of the problem.. may someone, including me, can help you out.

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How to fix the LG LCD LM270WQ1 (SD) (B3)?


Rarely, a Mac may encounter some peculiar issue during system boot that can cause quite a bit of panic, like booting to a completely black screen. It would be easy to interpret that as a potential hardware problem, and in some particularly rare situations that may be the case, but it's more often a software issue that can be resolved with some simple troubleshooting steps.

Case in point; one of our readers experience with his MacBook Pro, which out of the blue rebooted to a completely dark screen. Though it's rare, we figured this would be a good opportunity to share three potential solutions to this problem, and similar issues, should you encounter a dark screen on system start.

First, Reset the System Management Controller to Fix the Black Display on Boot

The first thing you'll want to do resolve nearly every power related issue on a Mac is to reset the SMC, or System Management Controller. This will dump and reset settings for anything power management related, and is long known to resolve problems with things like fans, heat, sleeping problems, and of course, display issues.
On any modern MacBook Pro or MacBook Air with a built-in battery, which is just a bout all of them nowadays, this is how you do that:
  1. Shut down the Mac and connect it to your MagSafe adapter and a wall outlet as usual
  2. Hold down the Shift+Control+Option+Power button at the same time for a few seconds
  3. Release all keys at the same time, then boot the Mac as usual
Older Macs can find directions here for the same process on their machines, it's slightly different if you can take out the battery.
When the Mac boots, hopefully the black screen has gone away and you're back to normal, but if it doesn't... reader Nathan D. wrote in with the next tip.

Second, Try a Keypress Sequence to Ditch the Black Screen

Regular readers may recall that we covered some OS X keyboard shortcuts for the Shutdown, Sleep, and Restart controls of just about every Mac, and this little key press sequence takes advantage of those. Oddly enough, it seems to work to resolve some of the mystery Mac booting into black screen issues. Here's the precise sequence to follow:
  1. Press the Power / OFF button once - this will bring up the dialog box which you can't see
  2. Press the "S" button - this is the shortcut to sleep the Mac
  3. Hold down the Power button until a hard shut down is forced
  4. Wait about 15 seconds, then hit the Power button again to turn it back on
This key press solution was discovered by reader Nathan D., who found it tucked away on MacRumors Forums, and it has worked for several other commenters there as well. Some other users on the MR forums suggest that resetting PRAM helped them too, but most power issues are resolved by the SMC reset.

Try a PRAM Reset to Resolve the Black Boot Display

If the above two tricks failed, a PRAM reset can often do the trick, as many of the commenters on this article can attest to. As a potential solution to the black screen on boot, this is done upon restarting the Mac similar to an SMC reset:
  1. Reboot the Mac and as soon as you hear the boot chime, hold down the Command+Option+P+R keys together
  2. When you hear the boot sound again, the PRAM has been reset so let the Mac boot again as usual
At this point your Mac should boot again as usual and no longer have the black display, loading Mac OS or Mac OS X as usual.

Finally; Enter Password, Hit Return

Some users in our comments report an interesting alternative finding if they hit the black screen on boot; if they enter their regular login password and hit the Enter/Return key, the Mac boots up as usual and they're good to go. Try this out, it might work for you:
  1. When the Mac boots into the black screen, enter the password you'd use to login to the Mac as usual
  2. Hit the Return key
If this works, you'll know rather quickly because the black screen will give way to the regular Mac OS desktop.
Did one of these solutions work to get past the black screen on Mac boot for you? If you happen to run into this unusual issue with your Mac, let us know how you resolved it, and if the above tips worked for your MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and whichever Pro or Air model it may be. If you still need any assistance call me on +1(518)348-9393 i will be glad to assist you

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Install windows 95 from floppy


Microsoft Windows 95 employs the use of a bootable floppy disk to begin the installation of the Windows 95 operating system or to troubleshoot problems with the system. Microsoft Windows 95 uses the MS-DOS system to boot the computer first and then loads the Windows 95 operating system onto the machine. Windows 95 Boot Disks may be created in one of two ways: The Startup disk may be created from within Windows or a boot disk may be created from a free downloaded boot disk image. After the boot disk is created the disk may be used to boot the computer and install or troubleshoot Windows 95.

Click "Start" and then click "Settings" in Windows 95. Click the "Control Panel" option. Click "Add and Remove Programs." Click "Startup Disk" and then click "Create." Insert the blank floppy disk into the disk drive. Click "OK." The operating system will create the Windows 95 boot disk. Click "OK" when the disk is finished. Create the Windows 95 Boot Disk using Downloaded Boot Disk Image Open a Web browser and navigate to the boot disk image site (See "Below"). http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm Download the Windows 95 boot disk image and save the .EXE file to the desktop. Click the .EXE file to unzip the enclosed files. The formatting application will start. Insert the blank floppy disk into the disk drive and click "OK." The Windows 95 boot image will be created on the blank floppy disk. Use the Windows 95 Boot Disk Insert the Windows 95 boot up disk into the computer's floppy disk drive. Power the computer down by clicking "Start" and then clicking "Shutdown." Power on the computer with the Windows 95 boot disk in the floppy disk drive. The computer will boot up into MS-DOS to enable installation or troubleshooting of Windows 95.

Feb 13, 2013 | Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop

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Memory upgrade on gx280 beeps on boot but doesn't start. memory beeps 1 234 5 6


When your computer emits beeps when you power on the computer, it's usually means that you have a memory issue. Try re-seating the memory modules and power on the computer. If you have more the one module, insert one at a time and power on the computer. The other issue is if that model supports 4 gig memory.

Aug 30, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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My pc is booting but no display


Did you check your monitor with other system or individually. If it works fine in these conditions then the issue belongs to your pc.
First of all, you have to confirm that is it the problem of VGA itself or the motherboard. For this, you have to see that does system beep when you start it because system with beeps having the error and the beep sound with continuous or 2-3 beeps relate with different issues. I am going to write down the beep conditions.

1 short beep Normal POST - system is ok 2 short beeps POST Error - error code shown on screen No beep Power supply or system board problem Continuous beep Power supply, system board, or keyboard problem Repeating short beeps Power supply or system board problem 1 long, 1 short beep System board problem 1 long, 2 short beeps Display adapter problem (MDA, CGA) 1 long, 3 short beeps Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA) 3 long beeps 3270 keyboard card


best of luck!

Mar 13, 2012 | Gigabyte 7VM333M-RZ (GA-7VM333M-RZ)...

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I have an HP Pavilion 8113cl the problem is power. Starts just fine til window screen appears then shuts off. I can go into the bios sut as soon as it displays the machine shuts off. I've tried other


a notebook
well take out the battery , large one
run ok now/.
if bios does dead, that is POWER iSSUES.
BIOS never goes dead unless
1: POWER LOSS. (battery it does, try a new power pack )
2: OVERHEATED. clean out the dust lint yet?
3: Or far worse... (lots)

Jun 28, 2017 | HP Pavilion Computers & Internet

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Few minitues later after i starting my ibm thinkpad t60 laptop i can not see anything on it display monitor. but operating system and all others things are ok. just i can not able to see display on it...


Ok seems like an issue with the LCD screen . Try these steps :
1. do u hear the windows login sound when you turn on the system ?
2. Check for any lblinking lights on the system. Press the caps lock and num lock and check if it responds.
3. Do u have a Desktop at home ? if yes then you can connect the monitor to the system and check for the display.
4. check for any cracks or any kind of damages. Reseat the battery and then power oN . Check for the light on the AC adapter too.

IF the answer is YES for the above then its a issue with the LCD screen.

Apr 02, 2010 | IBM ThinkPad T60 Notebook

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This seems to be a common problem. The device seems to be trying to start or "boot" but will not function. The power button will not light up and the device does not respond to commands from computer. What...


Hi..

I suggest you to disable all HP related items, which will not startup at system boot up and might not cause any issues.

For Windows XP

Disabling HP Applications from MSCONFIG:
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1. Click Start and select Run.
2. Type MSCONFIG and press Enter.
3. Click the Startup tab.
4. Clear the checkboxes for all HP related applications.
5. Click OK.
6. Restart the system.
You can restore any of the removed items by repeating the above steps and replacing the checks for the designated applications.

For Windows Vista

Turn off the Terminate and Stay Resident programs MSCONFIG in VISTA
1. Click the Start icon.
2. In the Start Search text box located above the Start icon, type msconfig and then press Enter.
3. On the User Account Control window, click Continue. The System Configuration window displays.
4. Click the General tab.
5. Select the Selective Startup check box.
6. Verify that the Load Startup Items check box is not selected.
7. Click the Services tab.
8. Select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box.
9. Click Disable All.
10. Click OK.
11. Click Restart to apply the changes. The computer automatically restarts.
NOTE: After the computer restarts, a System Configuration message might display. If it displays, Ignore this message.


I hope this helps you...

Thanks..

Roger

Oct 11, 2009 | HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet...

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Error message: ROM ERROR, what does this mean?


Error :
ROM Error message

Workaround :
When the ROM Error message is displayed on the control panel, this will indicate an issue with the Flash DIMM on the Image Processor PCB.
In attempting to resolve the issue, reflash the system software for that specific model. If system software does not resolve the error, replace the DIMM Assembly. When replacing the DIMM, you may be required to flash the system software toit's latest version.
iR 1600/2000 FG6-9978-000, Dimm assembly.
As a temporary work around, power on the iR while holding down the STOP key. This may boot the iR to a ready state and copies can be made.

Jun 05, 2009 | Canon imageRUNNER 2000 Copier

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Computer Does not Boot correctly, Monitor is Black.


Hmm it seems to be problem with Power Supply, but still if you can give a try connecting your system into other socket may be which is properly grounded one.
if the above didn't fix your issue, i would suggest you to disassemble and then assemble it again. try changing the data cable as well..  Last option left is if you have a spare SMTP checkout with that.
Let me know if it works..!!

Mar 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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