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Need to know The hard drive capacity? Do not have a user Manual


the harddisk capacity is inscribed on the label pasted on the hard

also: all programs --> accesories --> system tools --> system information -->components --> storage --> disks and read size of the hard

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NO POST / Power General troubleshooting.


This document is intended to help users who are experiencing issues with POST and may have any of the below symptoms.

1. Computer beeps irregularly when the computer is turned on.
2. Computer turns on but does not boot.

Note: Not all computers have beep codes, some of the newer computers have LED's that light up that indicate the error or have a sound file to indicate the error.

A POST failure can be caused by any of the following situations.
1. New hardware conflicting with old hardware
2. Bad or failing hardware device.
3. Other hardware issue. (electrical shorts or incompatibilities.)

Warning: Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of electrostatic discharge and its potential hazards. ALWAYS ground yourself and your equipment. Ensure your computer is unplugged!

Note: Make sure your computer is turning on, if you press the power button and nothing happens (no lights, no sound, no fans, etc.) then this issue is not a NO POST but is an power related issue.

If any new hardware has been recently added to the computer, remove that hardware to make sure it is not the cause of your issue. If after removing the new hardware your computer works it's likely the computer is either not compatible with the new hardware or a system setting needs to be changed to work with the new hardware device.

1. Remove everything from the back of the computer except the power cable. Turn on the computer and see if it beeps normally. If the computer has never beeped also connect a monitor to the computer to see if any change occurs.

2. Check the stand-offs (the metal or plastic insulators) that keep your motherboard off and away from the case or housing. Ensure they are not grounding or shorting the motherboard out. If they are metal, ensure that the cardboard insulators are present. Ensure the motherboard is not grounding out to the case also at any other point.

3. If you are receiving a sequence of beeps consult your motherboard manual or the motherboard manufacturer's website for a listing of different beep codes and their explanation. These beep codes are meant as a method of quickly identifying what computer component is failing or bad.

4. Check to make sure power cables are not grounding or shorting to the case or other components. Ensure all ends are connected properly, securely, and snugly.

5. Make sure all fans are running in the computer. If a fan has failed (especially the heat sink fan for the CPU) your computer could be overheating and/or detecting the fan failure causing the computer not to boot.

6. If you were unable to determine by the beep code what is failing or do not have a beep code disconnect the IDE cables from the CD-ROM, Hard Drive, and Floppy drive from the Motherboard. If this resolves your post failure, attempt to connect each device one at a time to determine which device and or cable is causing the issue.

7. If the above recommendations still have not resolved the irregular POST, start disconnecting your expansion riser cards, these are the cards that are not essential to system operation. Break your motherboard down to the bare basics. Disconnect your floppy drive, CD/DVD ROM, and hard drives Your motherboard basics should have just the following: video card, RAM, motherboard and PSU (power supply unit). If this resolves the issue or allows the computer to post connect one card or device at a time until you determine which card or device is causing the issue.

8. If you continue to receive the same problem with all the above hardware removed attempt to disconnect the CPU and RAM from the Motherboard. Once done insert the CPU and RAM back into the computer to see doing this resolves your issue.

9. Ensure your PSU is of the correct size and power requirements for your system. Many newer motherboards and graphics cards are power intensive. Some newer graphics cards require their own separate power supplies. An underpowered PSU, will also cause system failure. Most new systems will not run well with less than 450W PSUs.

10. If after doing all of the above recommendations you continue to have the same issues unfortunately it is likely that you have bad or incompatible components, in particular RAM. Ensure your RAM is compatible with the motherboard. Many newer motherboards are very specific about what RAM sticks they will accept. Don't mix and match RAM speeds, type, or size.

11. If you have determined your components are compatible, then you have faulty hardware. The next step would be to test each component separately. You will need to find a working motherboard to test RAM with a diagnostic program like Memtest 86+. A faulty motherboard will need to be simply replaced. A bad PSU can only be replaced. Don't attempt to repair a bad or failing PSU. This is quite dangerous. High voltages and hazardous chemicals are present in PSU capacitors and other components – even when main power is disconnected. You can only replace a bad PSU.

12. If you keep getting the same failures after replacing CPUs, motherboards, and PSUs, there is a small chance that one of the peripheral cards is not compatible and causing damage or the card is conflicting with an internal integrated component. If you have integrated video or sound, you need to turn these off before using external cards.

on May 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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POWER IS PASSING. WHEN WE PRESS START FAN GIVING MOMENT AND OFF


Looks like a typical failure of one of the basic hardware in your computer, please try removing non critical components from your computer

1. Mouse
2. External storage devices (external hard drive / flash memory), camera, printer etc...
3. Connection to Internal CD / DVD drives and also the internal hard drive


If possible also remove the video card (if you have a add on video card).

Then check powering up your computer, it it works we have to connect the disconnected device one by one and power up your computer each time to find out which one is the faulty one. Even after removing all components if your system does the same thing, then the issue is narrowed down to either of the following
1. Motherboard
2. Power supply
3. RAM (if you have 2 modules check one at a time)
4. Processor.

To test the above, we need spare components of the same.

Feb 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Iam having p3 proceessor,133mhz, 810e chipset, motherboard,512mb sd ram,80gb seagate harddisk. iwant to upgrade my harddisk like 160 gb or 250 gb. is it compatible with this configuration. ...


You can put a 160gb on it as is with no trouble, but should add ram to at least 1 gig to make better use of your system. Hope this helps:)

Aug 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When buying a used tower how do you know what specs are if there is not a manual?


2 ways you will know the configuration of the PC

Click on START - Right click on MY COMPUTER or COMPUTER and click on Properties

The window will show you the the following Details
1. Windows O/S
2. Architecture of PC
3. RAM Size
4. PC MAKE/Model
5. Processor and Processor Speed

Under Hardware Tab it ( or from left side click Device Manager ) will display the DEVICE MANAGER - click on it
This will display all the Hardware components installed in the PC along with the Drivers for it and USB Chipset too.

to check the Hard disk size, Open MY Computer or Computer and check the Drives and their Sizes ( sum them to know the Size of Hard Disk Storage )

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ZENITH NOTEBOOK, Z-NOTE 425Ln+, CPU 80486DX 25MHZ, 8MB RAM, 1.44MB FLOPPY DISK DRIVE, 200 MB HARD DISK DRIVE, 9 PIN SERIAL PORT, 25 PIN PRINTER PORT, PS/2 MOUSE PORT, VGA MONOCHROME VIDEO LCD, EXTERNAL VGA CONNECTOR, AC ADAPTER, WEIGHT 8 LBS,
You can install Windows 95, I'm not sure about Windows98

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Fifa 09 freezing not running fast


YOUR CONFIGRATION IS ABSOLUTELY FINE THE PROBLEM IS WITH WINDOWS VISTA. FIFA 09 FREEZEZ IN VISTA EVEN IF U GET A 1GB GRAPHIC CARD. SO WHAT I DID WAS INSTALLED WINDOWS 7 AND TAKE MY WORDS THIS GAME RAN ON FULL RESOLUTION EVEN WITH MY 128MB GRAPHIC CARD. SO IF U R REALLY KEEN ON PLAYING THIS GAME SWITCH TO WINDOWS 7

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I need to add space to my compaq presario desk top. i don't know how to on this computer. the model# SR5034X


If you want to increase cpu speed so you need to increase RAM memory.
You can fix it on motherbord of desktop cpu.
But if you have low space on disk storage partition so you can add space to desktop with 2 method.
(1) you can add harddisk to desktop cpu with sata or IDE .SATA harddisk is best if your motherbord support SATA.
You can add harddisk as you like for example 80 GB or 160 Gb.
(2) If you want to add RAM memory for speed reson you can purchase new RAm and fix it in memory module slot on motherbord.
There is 2 type on
RAM in currently.
DDR1 and DDR2

you can add RAM memory like 512 MB or 1GB or more.

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My laptop won't show my Nuvi 680 as a mass storage device


I have a couple of ideas based on the information you gave:
1. That Nuvi has an SD card slot.  If your PC has a memory card reader, you could insert an SD card into the machine, copy whatever you want onto that, and then pop the card into the Nuvi.  
2.  While the Nuvi is hooked up to the PC goto the hardware device manager (In XP right click -> My Computer -> Properties -> Hardware tab -> Device manager) and see if anything has an ! or a ? next to it.  If so, that's probably related to your Nuvi and resolving that usually involves reinstalling the driver or updating to the latest driver.
More detailed info on what you're trying to do and the result of the above could get a more specific fix.

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Stop Messages During Installation An unsuccessful attempt to install Windows 2000 can result in a Stop message. When this happens, first check that the computer and all of its peripheral hardware are compatible with Windows 2000. To do this, refer to the latest Windows 2000 Hardware Compatibility List (HCL). Microsoft compiles the HCL through rigorous component and compatibility testing of computers and peripheral hardware to determine if they work well with Windows 2000. For more information about the HCL, see "Additional Resources" at the end of this chapter.
If the hardware you use is not included on the Windows 2000 HCL, contact the hardware manufacturer as a first-line resource for available information, newly tested hardware, and Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) and firmware revisions. Reducing the number of hardware components by removing nonessential peripherals and devices can help you pinpoint installation conflicts as well.

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