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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This happened to me, my smoke detector started chipping so I changed the batteries. A few seconds later it started chirping again. The answer is in the way you put the batteries in. The smoke detector allows you to put the batteries in wrong and makes a slight connector. This slight connector tricks the detector into thinking the batteries are weak. Simply turn the batteries around so the fat connector of the battery touches the skinny connector of the device. Mine was, fat side on the right.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
It sounds like either the motherboard has token some damage or your graphics card has.
If it is your motherboard, which can be either the board itself or the graphics chipset built into the motherboard, then your only option would be to replace the motherboard.
If that dell came with a seperate graphics card, then youn will have to replace the graphics card.
There is also the possibility that you have both the built in and seperate graphics card, and someone put the vga or dmi plug into the wrong slot.
These are the most likely culprits, but it could be something else, like ram having gone bad.
If you decide to go into your computer, make sure to remove the power cord, put on or buy a wrist strap and plug it into a grounded outlet, and push the power a couple of times after removing the plug to draw out all remaining power.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
SOURCE: The alarm /key light is
That is an issue with the cars immobilizer system, or the chip in the cars key. Are you using a key that was made by a locksmith? If so the key might not be programmed correctly. If not only a Jeep dealership will be able to diagnose the problem fully using manufacturer specific computers that connect to the car.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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