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KT3 AV with AMD new/old no video

No bios boot video, no hard drive or other stuff installed, just a ram, apears to be running normally

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    Ian Cormier May 11, 2010

    please post some specs on the mb

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Try flashing the bios

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Cant flash bios a1410n


Try simple first. When booting, AND BEFORE the XP logo, press f8 repeatedly until you see the boot options menu. If you miss it, you will see the xp loading logo, if so, restart and try again. From the boot menu, try the "boot with last known good configuration" option. If that doesn't fix it, re-boot, f8, and try the "safe mode" option. If it boots with any of these methods, do a full shut down and re-start again normally.
If that doesn't get it to boot normally, I would do the following. (I would, but you should only try this if you have a good understanding of windows and needed programs installing, ram replacement, hard drive repair/replacement and internal computer wiring)
Now, if your computer worked fine, then suddenly started this loop, I dont think it a bios problem. I expect you might have a hardware problem. Did you change any hardware very recently? Sometimes that stops windows from loading. Or, you could try changing the ram and retry, could be bad ram. But I think it is a hard drive issue. I think you will have to reload windows and/or replace the hard drive.
To safeguard your info, you should replace the main hard drive with another drive, load windows fully on it, then add the original drive back in as a slave/secondary drive, and retreive your personal info and files from it. Your needed programs will have to be re-installed on the newer windows drive. When you get all your files copied over (use copy and paste, not cut and paste), you can format the old drive and use it as storage, or just format and keep for the next time, or sell it. I would also run a "drive fitness program" to test it for bad sectors.
Or, if you dont need anything from your windows, you could format and install from the xp install cd. If it loads and runs, the drive is probably ok (I would still test it for bad sectors), or, if it cant load because of errors, the drive is probably bad. Retry with a new drive.

Jul 16, 2013 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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How to troubleshoot a system that will not boot to the hard drive.


  1. Ensure that there is no diskette in the A: drive if system is equipped with a 1.44 Floppy Diskette Drive. If a disk in the drive, remove it and reboot.
  2. Boot to the BIOS, reset defaults, reboot
  3. If system still will not boot to the hard drive, power off, disconnect all peripheral items (Printer, scanner, external drives and USB drives) reboot.
  4. At this point, boot to Diagnostics partition, or CD (F12 menu on some systems, Some HP systems have Hard drive diags in BIOS, Fn+Power for Dell Portables, CTRL+ALT+D for some Dell Desktops) If the hard drive fails diagnostics, replace the hard drive. If the drive passes diagnostics, it is not a guarantee the drive is good, just no fault was detected.
  5. If the drive passes diags, then see if you can boot to a Windows CD/DVD. If you can't, either remove, turn off in BIOS or disconnect the hard drive, and see if you can boot to the Windows Media. If you can with the HDD disabled/removed/disconnected, again, replace the HDD.
  6. If you can boot to the Windows Media, then go to Recovery Console in XP and run CHKDSK /R (Vista or Windows 7, run the repair my computer option off the menu, this may take multiple passes to fix) If this fails to resolve, then boot back to recovery console and run BOOTCFG /REBUILD (This is already done in Vista/7 in the repair tool)
  7. If that fails, you will most likely be reinstalling Windows. If the Windows install crashes during a file copy, try RAM modules one at a time (Windows install is still the best RAM test we have) If the Windows install still crashes, replace the Hard Drive.

on Dec 27, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have installed extra RAM im my vgc-m1. But it does not boot up, just keeps going to boot up normally with windows. I have checked bios setup and it recognises the extra ram, I have also got latest bios...


Hi crobinsona
The extraRam is not compatible with your system or the manufacturer's product isn't neither . Check in the Bios to see what exact type of Ram is supported . Download and install Sandra from http://download.cnet.com/SiSoftware-Sandra/3000-2086_4-10556571.html . It will give you detailed description of the existing RAM and allow you to compare with the stuff you' ve purchased .
Here are a few reliable manufacturers : Crucial , Corsair , Kingston .
Here is a reliable address for purchasing on the net : www.upgradecomputermemory.com
Similar products vary in quality from one source to another and it often happends that low price products simply don't run in different machines .
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

Jul 30, 2011 | Sony VAIO M1 (VGCM1) PC Desktop

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While installing windows Xp it says no hard drive found but displays in BIOS


Sounds to me like your harddrive needs a driver for windows to recognize it. You could try this harddrive utility.

Jan 10, 2011 | Seagate (AU-80GBSATAHD) 160 GB SATA Hard...

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Dimension 4400 nothing happens when i power up cd doesn't read hard drive doesn't turn the only thing it does is startup beep


The bios is configured to boot to CD? Monitor turns on, and you can see the Bios? HardDrive has an OS installed? There may also be a ram / motherboard issue. I would also test the video card. But I would start by Unplugging the power cord, and reseting the Bios. If you know which jumper, use it, if not just remove and after about thirty seconds re-install the onboard QUATER battery. After this boot to Bios, check all the Boot - Drive parameters and try to boot up. If that fails continue with the Ram Check, the Motherboard, and the HardDrive, and the Video Card. Hope this helps.

Dec 17, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Computer wont boot properly


A POST diags card can help you resolve your problem/s, if not then.
1. remove all devices and insert the floppy drive, one RAM module and video card.
2. Go into the BIOS configuration and set it to the default configuration, check the installed RAM is it correct? .
3. Insert the remainder RAM module/s and check the POST info and BIOS again, has it detected all the RAM?
4. Does the computer Boot up using a floppy boot disk
5. Insert the CD and hard disk and check the POST info and BIOS configuration, does it detect the new drives?
6. Does the computer Boot up using a floppy boot disk, run FDISK, can you see the hard drive, if so delete all partitions (if any) and create a new primary DOS partition and then format the hard drive.
7. Boot up with the Windows CD (may have to change the boot order to the CD as the first boot device).
8. Delete the DOS partition, create a primary NTFS partition and the do a full NTFS format (not a quick format) and continue to install Windows Xp or Vista.
9. Install the other device eg modem, Lan etc. and the drivers.

If you have trouble with the first 5 steps, then you most likely have a faulty motherboard and/or a faulty hard disk.

Sep 11, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have a dell dx280 when I start the pc. I can see some simbols in the bios screen, after that I try to install windows xp and in the process appear a blue screen with error message about hardware problem....


First refix RAM memory . then try to install windows xp 5 times untill you can.
i also face same problem it is due to memory related so i refix RAM and try winxp install 3 times and i succeded.

Jul 16, 2009 | Dell Optiplex GX280 (99301) Motherboard

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WinXp wont boot after the initial installation


See if it will boot off the XP CD.If it does I would think you have a corrupt boot sector. Installing windows again should fix it if it is.

Dec 14, 2008 | ASUS P4SDX Motherboard

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Asus motherboard p5b-mx wifi won't display vga


this can be caused by a number of issues the leading being RAM (no post beeps at all). before you do anything else pull all existing RAM and install a KNOWN GOOD STICK in their place and try again.if that doesn't work try resetting the mb (see the owner manual on how to do that) bios settings to defaults (this generally selects onboard video). if you have an installed video card within the system also remove that (even though you aren't using it). is that memory compatible you have there with the board? if its too slow the stick may be fine but mb may not "think" so. do you have keyboard "flash"? is the hard drive indicator constantly lit? how about cdrom drives and/or floppies? can you eject same? all this points to incompatible or "bad" memory as the main culprit.

Dec 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Disk boot failure when I installed a new SATA DVD writer


Start the system & enter you're bios & use you're manual to help guide you on this. Go to the Boot section of the bios. You can set the boot order. Normal boot order is like this:
1st boot device, floppy disk (if one is connected).
2nd boot device, cdrom drive
3rd boot device, hard drive
(Drive the has windows installed on it).
Save & exit the bios. The system will restart & windows should load. If it does not, than you picked the wrong hard drive.

Good luck!
Mike

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