My system is not loading the oprating system. The problem is after the power on, the system boots and hangs on the message."verifying DMI pool data.........." after that it gives no response. i am using 550 Mhz Slot processor.
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Re: System unable to load oprating system
The operating system files have got corrupted if you have the option on the screen when you first turn it on to go to recovery ,usualy F11 it will recover the software ,if not you will need to install the o/s again
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Remove any add-on cards or devices to determine if they are the cause. Reseat CPU, RAM and cables to make sure that are no bent pins and they are properly connected. Google "memtest" download the tool, burn the CD, boot your computer using to the CD and have it run at least two full passes to make sure your RAM is good. Plug hard drive into a working computer, download and install Acronis Drive Monitor (Free) to determine if the drive is in good health. Swap out the power supply with a known good power supply. The two toughest things to test are CPU and Motherboard but if you elimiate everything else one of these must be the cause. Start with replacing the cheapest one first. I hope this helps. Good luck!
you have to format your hard drive using a third party disc to erase everything on your hard drive During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS the scroll down to advanced bios features press enter change your first boot device to cd,press escape then press f10 to save to cmosrestart note this will erase you operating system you will have to have an operating system disk to load it onto you hard drive or create a partition to load another operating system (note after you have loaded the operating system you must go back and change the first boot device to your hard drive) or if you are using a USB insert your usb drive click start right click on my computer select open you should see your USB drive right click then select format another way is to control panel administrive tools,computer management disk management right click on your drive select format hope this helps
There are different possibilities for system hang up. I want you to find it your self from following my simple instruction.
1. (when computer is turn on) Check temperature... overheating can cause system to hang up, it can cause the system to reboot, it can cause the fatal error message and turns your screen to blue. Overheating is cause by exhaust fan or blower not working. Find this blower or exhaust fan on top of the processor, as built in fan in your video card, attached on your power supply and on the casing of your computer. Replace non working fan or blower.
2. Check video card...faulty video card can cause your system to hang up. It can cause also your system to go on blank screen. Most common problem is loosen connection of video card from the motherboard. Disconnect and reseat the video card properly. Inspect the fan, if not working then video card will overheat and system fail. If you previously see moving colors in your screen especially small boxes, or discoloration and screen going black and white then it means video card is already failing. You will need to replace it.
3. Check for hardware failure. keyboard, mouse lan card can cause your system to halt and hang. You will need to disconnect this first when booting and see if by removing this hardware will complete the system to boot up to operating system. Replace faulty one.
4. Harddisk failure. when computer reset or will not boot up completely then hard disk usually cause this problem. Initial remedy is to reseat its connection sata, ide or power supply connector. If you hear ticking sound in the harddisk or excessive vibration then it will need replacement.
5. Operating system corrupted. this can cause your computer not to boot up properly and hang the system. Reformat and reinstallation of operating system is required.
6. Power supply failure. you need to check the output voltage. dropping of voltage can be cause bi leaking capacitor in the power supply unit. replace it with exact value. Voltage should read +12VDC for yellow, +5VDC for red. and should be stable even with load.
A computer hanging when it has boot could possibly be associated with: - 1. Processor Overheating 2. Corrupt Operating System. 3. Corrupt RAM
Recommendation. On the first instance, when the computer is booting, if you can switch to the BIOS setup and check the system health, you could find that the temperature could be more than 60 degrees celcius. To solv this, ensure that the cooling fan is sitted properly on the processor. Ensure there is no dust on the fan as this could slow down the rpm(revolutions per minute) or try changing another fan.
As for the operating system, you can trying loading or repairing the existing operating system using the right source.
In some cases where RAM is corrupt, trying using another chip to be sure if the problem is being caused by this.
Maybe your operating system was corrupted or some of your hardware is causing the problem...Hardware issue?Try troubleshooting by disconnecting the hard drive,cdrom & floopy drive.Power on with the motherboard,processor & memory only.Does your system boot?Enter the bios & load to setup defaults or bios defaults.Save & exit...Turn off then connect the HD,CDR & FDD.Power on again then see what happen...Software issue?Format your hard drive & reinstall new operating system...