When i put on my system,,it tries booting and trip,repeat it,it does the same,atimes,after booting well,it trips,maybe after u have tried severely,it boots n works.when its working,its perfectly okay.the problem is that i dont know the reason y it doesnt boot at one touch,tripping n trippg.please will like 2 know what causes it and d solution
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Are you able to boot into safe mode? When you turn on the computer just keep tapping "F8" until you see "start windows in Safe Mode" and others on a list..pick the first one "safe mode" and hit enter. If you are able to boot to this let us know. I've read other posts about the "code 7" and they all point to a dead hard drive, but we'll see...
Does it have power? Have you tried hitting the F8 KEY repeatedly after the initial windows screen starts? Do any of the pc's lights come on (hard drive usage,lan,cap lock,num lock, etc)? If you have absolutely no power try another outlet, if your connected to a surge protector see if the surge protector reset has tripped (found on medium to expensive protectors - if you hve a inexpensive one you probably wont have a a reset on it) try to plug something else into the outlet like a lamp, if you have no power check your household circuit protector and reset the fuse, but of course be leery. If something tripped the circuit something isnt right, indicating a power surge. Storms in your area or construction nearby?
It could be a problem with the RAM:Power off the computer and then open the case, make sure you do not have a static charge by touching the metallic surface with both hands and the look for the RAM memory cards and check if they are secured in place. Turn it back on and see it it boots.
If the trip janked too hard on the board it could have caused damage.
this maybe because of BIOS error or change in BIOS setup,maybe you have tried overclocking on of PC's component.or maybe a faulty hard disk.the best way is to open the case and remove battery of motherboard and wait for 20 seconds and then put the battery in place and check cable connections and make sure they are fastened. but befire touching anything in PC get rid of your hands static charge by touching metal pipes or window metal frame or if you can wear anti-static charge gloves.change the BIOS to default setting by just pressing F2 or whatever is written when you boot and in setup just select default setting and save and exit. I am repeating try removing battery for 20 seconds. it really works for lots of problems.
your bios maybe infected with a virus. first try removing the cmos battery in your ibm machine for 1 minute and put it back. next, make sure that the hard disk is working and is not corrupted try making a new partition in a different pc. Paste all the files from the windows xp installer to your newly made partition. next put the hard disk into your ibm pc. and wait till it boots into your hard drive and the setup will begin. make another partition for your windows xp system and install it to that directory. if you cannot boot into your hard disk, there may be a problem with your ide cables. try checking the cables from your ibm pc connected to your hard disk.pm me if you still have problems and questions.. heres my email email@example.com Thank you
Somewhere on in the tower there should be a sheet representing what formations of lights mean which... Maybe you got bad RAM? Maybe your Harddrive is dead? Maybe your motherboard is fried. I should tell you. Good luck.
Change the SMPS, preferably with 450 & above wattage. Also you must be using an UPS(uninterrupted power supply or battery back-up so there are no chances of voltage fluctuation. At the time of changing the SMPS also remove the RAM and clean the contact points with a piece of normal white paper..............sodeep
try to boot your laptop from hard disk
reset your laptop & press f2 or del to go in cmos setup by press f2 or del key then afer go in boot manu select there is hard disk in a frist boot divice then save the settings by press f10