im using a maxdata laptop its been working fine i was away on holidays got back switched my laptop on, it loads up upto the screen where windows xp black background showing loading up and staright after that it just turns off, i've tried looking for help but no luck can you please kindly help me with this issue
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Computer does not boot up The problem maybe the RAM, it is faulty or just needs reseating to make proper electrical contact. Reseat the RAM and then boot up your laptop. If it still does not boot up then remove the RAM module/s and take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you.
You may be fored into buying a new video card. I would advise you to call Geek Squad or contact a licensed retailer.
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hi, when you pickup the reinstall option in the device manager you should select the cd/dvd option and then put in the driver cd/dvd so that it can search on its own for the required driver and install it as exclamation sign comes in when there is some hardware conflict or driver not installed properly.
Okay, easiest first. In Safe Mode, your sound won't work. Safe Mode means only enough drivers to make your PC more than a doorstop get loaded, so that's okay.
Second, if it boots to Safe Mode without difficulty, try running System Restore in System Tools. Go back to some date before when your issue started. That should get you going. Don't worry, your data files will not be affected in System Restore. I hope this helps.
Reset the cmos (bios) by taking out the lithium battery (obviously disconnect from power first) and leave it for 10 minuets. You will need to reconfigure the settings in your bios afterward. If you still have the problem you will have to look to hardware problems, which could be various ones.
remove the rtc battery for about 5min then replace this will reset bios to factory standard.(wont need to flash)
its usually located under the keyboard on mother board it looks like a large watch battery sometimes sealed.(covered)
well... when this same thing happened to me, it was a 3rd party hardware problem. hate to say this but what i did was sucked it up, and reloaded the operating system (windows xp)... + the drivers and w.e else.
if you dont have these.. order em
i know its a halfer sollution, seeking as youll lose all data...(sorry), but youll get your computer back :)