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Re: I don't know what the problem is
Sounds like a fried motherboard, this usually happens with old computers that are used alot and get overloaded, you need to get a new one, good news is that all of your data is safe, and a new motherboard will not affect it any way
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Restart the machine.If code removes then its OK, otherwise press the utility/counter button and restart the machine.Don not leave the button.Keep the button pressed.Trouble reset will appear on screen hit it and restart the machine.
This is what you manual said to do, unfortunately most times the Recovery does not work. I prefer a clean install over recover because I don't get all the unwanted programs. Instructions from Manual below: Turn off the computer. If necessary, press and hold the On button until the computer turns off. 2 Disconnect all peripheral devices from the computer, except the monitor, keyboard, and mouse. 3 Press the On button to turn on the computer. 4 Immediately, when you see the initial company logo screen appear, press the F11 key on your keyboard repeatedly until the Recovery Manager window appears. 5 Click Advanced options. 6 In the Advanced options window, click System recovery, and then Next. 7 Click No to back up files (if you have already done so), and then click Next. System recovery begins. After system recovery is complete, the computer restarts.
Have you tried doing a System Restore to a restore point (date and time) before you started having problems? A clean fresh install of windows might be your only and best option.
its on a dell monitor right
apparently these monitors have always had this problem some have'nt some have
no-one knows why not even dell
here are one post on how to fix the problem
Hey, I found a recent posting by someone else with the same prob----their solution seems to work (so far!) Try this: click "turn off computer" but don't turn it off....your wallpaper turns the typical "gray" color in prep to shut down---on the monitor, hit the "plus" button to execute an "auto adjust"---do this about 3 times....... so far, it works!