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.
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Re: Computer does not boot up
The best solution is for you to check your memory stick on the motherboard . remove by pressing aside the two clip sideways and the memory stick fly out from its socket then put it back on the slot writing one (1) so as to verify the stick then re-ON the system if it doesn't then change the memory to a good one and test it back ok.if it didn't work out re post the problem ok.
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Most likley you have a fried power supply. Try this first unplug the computer from the power cord for 5 minutes then plug back in and go into safe mode see how to go into safe mode below.
To start the computer in safe mode 1. You should print these instructions before continuing. They will not be available after you shut your computer down in step 2. 2. Click Start and then click Shut Down. 3. In the drop-down list of the Shut Down Windows dialog box, click Restart, and then click OK. 4. As your computer restarts but before Windows launches, press F8. On a computer that is configured for booting to multiple operating systems, you can press F8 when the boot menu appears. 5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the appropriate safe mode option, and then press ENTER. 6. If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot system, choose the installation that you need to access using the arrow keys, and then press ENTER.
The problem you're having there is a motherboard issue, The computers power button is amber and it flashes that means the power inside the computer is not being distributed properly. You said that the battery is 100% charged but when you unplug the AC the computer will have no power, that means the motherboard is failing, its not identifying the battery as a source of power anymore,
You can try to use another ac adapter and check if the computer will boot up, or try to unplug and plug the memory and hard drive see if any changes will happen, If the computer turns on with another ac adapter and boots up to windows properly then try to update the bios. If the ac did not also the memory and hard drive,. You'll really need to get a new motherboard.
Hello there: please try this first unplug the power to the computer next open the case and unplug all of the cables and cords that connect to the harddrive cd rom ect ect now locate the power supply cord that goes to the motherboard and disconnect press the power button on the computer for 20 seconds and also if you have a reset button press it . what this hoes is releases any stored esd that is in the computer .. now plug in the power supply back into the board and plug in the power cord and try to boot the computer and see if it comes on if so great just plug in the cords to the cd rom harddrive ect ect and than reboot and you should be ok
Hello my friend, regarding on your problem please turn off you computer then unplug all the power cord connected in your computer to the power source then open your computer kindly check the bus or IDE or Sata cable connected to your hard disk and make it sure that th cable is properly plug and then connect the power cord to the power source then turn on the computer then go to the CMOS setting then check if the hard disk is detected to ensure that you hard disk is functioning. Then check also the priority boot up manager of your computer make it sure that your hard disk is assign to boot up. But if the hard disk is not detected then try to find another hard disk then try that hard disk if it is detected in your system. What ever the result of the test kidly seek any technician in computer in your place to have a second opinion and to ensure that your diagnostic finding is correct.
Hope this solution ables you to solve the problem. If you need more assistance please reply to this post.
You may need to replace the cmos battery, its a cr2032 3v button cell Make sure all your expansion cards and memory are reseated. Make sure all cables are reseated. your power supply could be bad
If that doesn't work try this
Here is my fix for the dell dimension 4400 amber light problem. It works! replace cmos battery. then unplug power cord form wall about 5-10 secs. then plug it back in, wait 5 secs. If amber light comes on, press and hold power button until it goes out.
light out, press and hold power button while amber light comes on and
goes off again holding power button 2-3 secs after light goes out.)
repeat whats in parenthesis until computer turns on it should only take about 6, 7 tries.
After the computer boots, you may want to setup cmos or boot into windows. After you shutdown, unplug power cord for 5-10 secs then plug it back in. Press and hold the power button, computer should come on. I found that's the only way to turn on the computer. If you shutdown and don't unplug power cord the computer may not boot, mine didn't. Strange I'd say
inside the pc there should be a green light. called flea light. if its not on.. then id say motherboard or power supply are bad. take power cord off. and hold power button down for 10 ecs. then reconnect and retry. i think its abad psu.