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Want to add touch screen drives in to my computer for my x2gen moniter

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Insert drivers cd then follow instructions

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Gateway all in one touch screen went all black one long and two short beeps.what happened


Ok first turn the power off at the wall & disconnect the power cable, now open your computer. Once open if you do not have an ani-static strap simply touch the case to discharge any static and keep your hand there. Whilst you have one hand on the case with the other hand gently press down on the ram & any add-on cards to ensure they are seated fully, secondly again whilst still holding the case with 1 hand make sure that all other connectors such as power, hdd, etc & all connections to the motherboard are fully seated. Then after you have done all this plug you power cable back in and re-connect the power cable to mains & try restarting your computer if it starts as normal then it was one of the components had creeped up with the cycling up & down of the pc this is a normal thing due to expansion & contraction of the metals etc that make the components up inside your pc. If this hasn't helped then turn it off at the wall again & disconnect power cable from the wall & computer then you can take out all add-on cards & add the power back to the system & start up your pc if it doesn't start then it is the hdd has either failed or become corrupted & will either need to be recovered professionally or repaired or replaced it is cheaper to replace a hdd than to have it repaired. Yet if you computer starts then shut down add 1 add-on card back to the system & start up if it starts with that add-on card continue to add the add-on cards back in until it fails that's if it a case of an add-on card failing. If it is an add-on card that has failed simply purchase a new add-on card & install remember to remove the old add-on card prior to adding a new 1 unless it is the exact same add-on card to avoid conflicts.

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I have a packard bell touch screen moniter and computer all in 1 and the keyboard just stoped working whats wrong and how can i fix it


add via USB an external keyboard, like me, because some keys are no more working on the bad Chinese used keyboard.!!

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and reconnect power on

by pressing F8 go in to SAFE MODE REMOVE ANY TEMP FILES RESTART MAY FIX UR PROBLEM

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I WANT TO USE MY DESKTOP TO PLAY FILMS ON MY TV . DONE THE CONNECTIONS AND GOT THE RIGHT SCREEN WHEN THE COMPUTER STARTED UP THEN IT WENT BLANK SO I CHANGED THE RESERLUTIONS ON A MONITER SCREEN THEN...


What you should try at this point is shut everything down, Unplug your desktop, hook it back up to tour moniter and boot. If you now get a picture, go to your device manger and click on display adaptors. If you have more than one selection. choose your monitor. Let me know if this works.

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I was moving my HP pavilion m9400f elite then I dropped it 2 inches off the ground. Now I have this "no signal" thing on my moniter. I switched moniters and tried resetting the BIOS numerous...


If you get to the BIOS, there must be writing on the screen which means there is signal to the monitor.
Has the VGA card or anyother card parted from the mother board?
Is the hard drive wires connected properly at each end?
Check all the connectors on the motherboard are good contact as they can half unplug in the case of a jolt stopping the system.

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Power on emachine T6420 and moniter is blank. The moniter soon loses contact with the computer. The fan run and power is OK there is no beep code.


If you mean after the computer performs the self test the screen goes blank and stays blank, eventually turning off you are having a hard drive problem. When the computer boots you should see an E-Machines logo and/or a self test on the screen. That is done by the motherboard as part of every boot up. After that the motherboard passes control to your boot device and loads your operating system. If your computer stops booting at that point, your boot device is not working properly. That could be caused by many things - virus, hardware failure, power outage. If you really mean you see nothing at all on the screen when you press the power button your computer simply is not working at all. Open the case, blow all the dust out of it and reseat all components you can, then try again.

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You may need to replace the moniter cord or check the video card on the computer.

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you video card is not working.... if you have onboard video use that until you have installed the driver for your add on video card

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Computer would not boot up, only showed red light


I'd say power supply first.

If you have an expansion slot filled with a video card, remove the video card (provided you have onboard video connector as well) then try to reboot. I just went through similar issues with an GForce video card, it went bad, but the machine appeared to boot althugh I couldn't see the screen. Removed the card & it came up using minimal VGA drivers provide with WinXP.

Obviously you cannot check the video driver if you're not booting up...and seeing the screen.

Find a buddy with a regular monitor and hook it up and try to boot. Dell monitors sometimes require their propietary drivers, so write down the model when you take your pc to a friend's place, and DL the driver and install it (provided you got it to boot up)

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