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Motherboard when I start the computer I have the option of pressing F2 (open setup) or F12 (run service device, somthing like that) When I run service device I get the four options HDD, CD/DVD, LAN, .... I chose HDD and then I am told operating system not found. Finally I recieved this message... "System configuration Data Error - Error" "System configuration Data read error - error" "Resource conflict - PCI network controller on motherboard" "BUS:06, Device:02, Function 00." So is my mother board fried? If I need to replace my motherboard what are my options for upgrading the motherboard and video card.

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  • o0JMH0o Apr 04, 2008

    forgot to mention, it is a toshiba satellite m65-s9092

  • o0JMH0o Apr 05, 2008

    I am stationed in Afghanistan and we had some unexpected rain and my tent leaks. I got to the computer pretty early but there was a little puddle of water on the lid and it looked like the water was dripping right where the external harddrive USB connection is. So I am pretty sure that water got inside I just dont know how much of the computer is destroyed. Just seeing what people thought before I started to rip it apart and use what I could.

  • o0JMH0o Apr 07, 2008

    Well when I take out all the screws in the bottom and the coupl eon the side, I am able to get all the sides up but it seams like there is a screw holding the middle together. I look on the back and can not see any more screws. I poked all the stickers to see if there where screws under them but didnt find any (should I have found some?). Or do i just need to stop being so gental and just rip it apart.

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Try dismantling your laptop and one by one remove the module components like the Wifi card, Lan modem module (if possible) and try booting it up again and see if this problem will be solved.

What did you do prior to experiencing this particular problem?

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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    Philip Tan Apr 06, 2008

    well. water damage is a very hard situation you are in. if i were you DONT use your laptop for the meantime. if you need to access your data then just remove your HDD nad plug it another machine. for your laptop. if you dare, then open it up and see if there are any busted components. If you see some corrossion then, try cleaning it using some solvent and dry it up thoroughly then assemble it back and see what happens.

    if the problem persists, then most likely you need your mobo repaired or even replaced


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    Philip Tan Apr 08, 2008

    toshiba normally has a screw on top of the keyboard.

    try to see if you can remove some plastics on top of the keyboard. upon removing it, there should be screws underneath. Dont ever force the laptop or (ripping it apart). you will be doing more damage than cure

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SOURCE: Resource Conflict - PCI Network Controller in Slot 02

check for an update of bios on acer.com it will fix your laptop problem....

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

SOURCE: Resource Conflict - PCI Network Controller in Slot 02

I was on this forum because I was having the same issue with a Toshiba A75 "Laptop", and I tried everything on here and on other forums and no luck. I actually just accessed the integrated wireless card panel from the bottom and removed it from its slot and disconnected the wireless wires connected and put it back on. So this has worked for me and my machine post perfectly now. Good luck to all and I hopefully this will be helpful too you.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: My laptop wil not boot. Not even in safemode

I guess the RAM is not working properly....... 2 beeps indicates RAM failure... i suggest you to take the notebook to service center and get repaired...

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SOURCE: Al encender mi ACER Aspire

You have a n IRQ conflict meaning you have a device that is trying to use an IRQ slot that its not meant to talk on. From the looks of it you have been in the bios already so go back in and set it to factory default.

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

alien_x
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SOURCE: I have Acer Aspire 5101

you need to flash your bios with a new version try the laptop manufacture's site.

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

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