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Power up on ST61G4

When powering up my Shuttle it just locks with the power light and the hard drive activity lights full on. The message "NO SIGNAL" appears on my screen. Constant switching on and off with the button on the front of the machine eventually resolves the problem and it then is ok.

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Hi,

The "No Signal" display is an indication that there is no video output from your PC going towards the monitor. Cycling the power on/off a few times before the unit will start indicates there is a problem with the PC basic configuration. This may include:
1. Defective, dirty, loose memory sticks - clean or replace;
2. Defective, dirty, loose video card - clean or replace;
3. BIOS/CMOS settings too aggressive or not stable - set to default;

You can also try resetting the CMOS/BIOS to default settings by moving the reset jumper from its original position to the opposite end (1-2, then make it 2-3) temporarily. The reset jumper is normally very near the Lithium back-up battery. Alternately, removing the battery for an hour would also do the same, reset.

In some instances, it is the CPU fan blower that does not startup causing the system to halt. If so, it needs to be removed, cleaned, lubricated and re-installed.

At other times it can be cause by devices nearing end of its life. These may include the HD and the CD.

Still, this could also be caused by external devices which cannot be accessed/read at the startup such as a flashdrive.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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