A friend of mine with a Medion Multimedia Computer
with P4 Sockel 478B has actually made it to Insert two Memory Modules
on his Computer but one of them the Wrong side. He said that those
things on the side closed well but however he was not sure he tried to
start the Computer and it went on but no Boot Process, No Beeps and no
Image came up. He shut it down and after looking closer he finds that
one of the Ram Sticks was inserted the Wrong side. After he tried
everything inclunding the old Working Memory Modules but allways the
same Result: No Image, no Boot Process, No Beeps and the Power Light on
the Front of the computer doesn't light up with the computer anymore. Is it possible that this could have done any damage to the Mainboard? What could be damaged? Is it possible to Repair? I tried to change the Graficcard nad the CPU for Him but with the same result.
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Re: Memory inserted Wrong side
Unfortunately the memory socket has probably been damaged. An experienced electronics technician might be able to replace it, but the board could easily be damaged by the replacement work. It would probably be best to replace the motherboard in this case.
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The internal memory is small. Your camera will continue to write to it until you erase the pics from it. Here's how...Remove the memory card. Download any pics you want to save from the internal memory. Go into the menu and find "format"...follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Insert your card. It should work properly now. Promise yourself to never use the internal memory again.
hi, does your phone have a memory card? if yes, do these.. >>if the pictures is stored in your phone memory, then copy the pictures from your phone memory to your memory card. once copied, switch off your phone, remove your memory card, get your memory card adapter, insert memory card and insert it to your laptop sd reader slot and copy the files from your memory card to your laptop. if you use desktop and has no sd memory card reader slot, borrow memory card reader from a friend, connect it your computer, insert the your memory card from there and once read, copy the files to your computer. this also is applicable if you want to copy files from your computer to your phone. >>if it doesn't have, then, borrow a bluetooth dongle from a friend, pair it with your phone, and send the file from your phone, one after the other...
Hello my friend,normally no but in some situations xp drivers work on vista but you can do another thing.Insert your wheel on your computer and maybe vista will find the drivers automatically or ask you to search on the internet.If nothing found you can try your xp drivers
if it is a continuous beep its from a Ram memory issue ...just get out the ram and insert it again ...also remove the battery from the bios for a few seconds...it will boot again if the Ram memory is still ok ...if not ...just use them one by one if there are multiple ..or replace