My computer is a fujitsu siemens, the computer start normaly , there are 2 beeps , then the screen comes with a messages which says there as been a electrical problem ,pick a mode , or start normaly , i have picked every single mode but the computer still reboots
I WAS GIVEN Gateway model: FMN 400C I WANT TO MAKE IT WIRELESS ? IS THIS POSSIBLE ? HOW AND WHAT WOULD I NEED TO DO ? I HAVE BOUGHT AND INSTALL A NEW WIRELESS CARD..STILL HAVING TROUBLES WITH MAKING CONNECTION TO THE MODEM.I was on the phone with cable people.Yes I have wireless set up already.Where can i find instruction Manual? I can get green light on the card sometimes.Socket for cable either net wire be loose?
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I had a problem like this it may not seem like the power supply, may even seem new could still be the powersupply, also dont rule out using a hardware diagnostics or check your process list to see if there is a program that is not supposed to be running, followed by locating the directory and deleting the task if its a virus, virus programs are a joke I usually take care of that stuff manually.
Remove power cable.
Remove the RAM(s) and clean the RAM slots.
Remove VGA card and clean the AGP slot.
If there is dust on RAM(s) or VGA, gently and slowly wipe with a clean cloth.
Re-insert RAM(s) and VGA.
Reconnect power and start the computer.
Let us know the result.
I must congratulate you on cleaning the machine yourself. Some Fujitsu Siemens machines are so difficult to take apart for cleaning.
When your computer first starts up, almost immediately after you push the power button, a prompt on the lower portion of the screen (but not always lower, sometimes upper) will appear saying 'Press F2(for example) to enter BIOS, or SETUP. You don't have very long to press the button, as the screen will change quickly, but the most common bios entry hotkeys are Del, F2, F10 or F12. Hope this helps.
Sounds like you may have some decent problems here. The very first thing that I would try would be to open the case and make absolutely sure that all of your connections are tight. Please make sure you have at least one hand on the case to ground yourself while doing this. There is always the chance that you may have knocked something loose in the process of vacuuming.
Unfortunately though, if that doesn't work it sounds like your motherboard may be toast. Unless you used a specially designed vacuum, you most likely subjected the mobo to some kind of static charge when you vacuumed it out. Even if you didn't touch the motherboard directly with the vacuum, when you get dust moving around like that you can build up a decent charge.
I'm tempted to believe that this is most likely the case as usually when you boot up, even if you have a loose connection, you will get at least motherboard beep. If it's not beeping at all, that usually is indicative of bios problems.
If you do end up having to replace the motherboard and decide to do it yourself make absolutely sure that you stay grounded. (usually with a strap or such) And in the future, instead of vacuuming, I would recommend using one of the blowout products specifically designed for electronics. You can find these at most any local retailer and they are specifically designed to inhibit static buildup.
Try this solution. Just follow this step to uninstall and reinstall the USB drivers. I am assuming that you have a Windows OS.
1. click START
2. right click My Computer (an icon of this can also be seen on the desktop)
3. left click Manage
4. Computer Management will appear
5. look for Device Manager and click it
6. on the right panel, you will see Universal Serial Bus controllers
7. expand that by click the plus (+) sign next to that
8. delete everything under that by highlighting each one of it, then on the keyboard, just press delete
9. once finish with everything, just reboot the computer
it doesn't matter how old your laptop is..matter is
in laptop their are two type of IC (integrated circuit)
horizontal and vertical.
i am sure one of your ic ge damaged due to power failure
so just check it at the near by shop.