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I have been working on an old Pentium 4 1.8Ghz trying to get it operating. Things were going great a nd it was working wonderfully. Than I shut down the computer, tried to restart it but no luck - I couldnt even shut it down again using the power button - I had to remove the power cord from the computer. Now, everytime I connect the power cord back, the computer automatically starts, makes an endless ticking noise and nothing happens.
I disconnected all the hard drives and Cd Rom drives and the ticking continued. Only when I disconnected the cable of the power switch the ticking stopped but the computer still didnt work.
How do I bring the computer back to life?
That ticking noise is indicative of a failed hard drive. It sounds like the hard drive with your operating system has failed. If you have a backup plan, you have little to worry about...
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
Its seems any one of the key of your got stuck. So please check out your keyboard first.
If problem still not fixed then, try to re-install your RAM: remove the RAM clean its connection point to the board, and placed it agin gently. then try to re-boot.
Please let me know your feed back.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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1.) You are infected
2.)One of ur drive wont work propertly
3.)Problem with ur Power Suply
4) Problem with RAM MEMORIE
And use ur WINDOWS XP CD to repair windows
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