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When i turn my coputer on it just beeps but if i hit f8 it will ask me what boot device i put hard drive and it starts it a sharp pc-rd10

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SHARP PC-UM10 SPECIFICATIONS

CPU Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel® Pentium® III processor 600 MHz-M Memory 128 MB SDRAM, not expandable (model PC-UM10) 256 MB SDRAM (model PC-UM10M) Video ATI Rage Mobility M (including 4 MB video RAM) Display 12.1" XGA AGLR TFT LCD (1024 x 768) Hard Drive 20 GB Pointing Device Glide pad (touch-sensitive control pad with 2 buttons) PCMCIA 2.1 Card Slots Type II x 1, CardBus port supported Audio System Monaural microphone and monaural speaker, sound system compliant with AC 97 I/O Ports USB, LAN, modem, headphone, microphone, DC in, expansion port for port bar Modem 56Kbps (V.90) LAN 100Base-TX/10Base-T AC Adapter 100-240V, 50-60 Hz Battery Rechargeable lithium ion battery Battery Life Standard battery - approx. 3 hours. Optional extended life battery (CE-BL18) - approx. 9 hours. Battery life is based on ZD Battery Mark 4.01. Battery life may vary based on actual usage. Dimensions 11.1" x 9.1" x 0.65" (min)/0.77" (max), 282mm x 232mm x 16.6mm (min)/19.6mm (max) Weight 2.89 lbs., 1.31 Kg Operating System Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Operating Environment Temperature: 50°F to 95°F (10°C to 35°C) Humidity: 20% to 80% (non-condensation) Power Consumption Max. 40W Available Options Extended Life Battery CE-BL18 Optional longer life battery 6X CD-ROM Drive CE-CD05 External USB CD-ROM Floppy Drive CE-FD04 External USB Floppy Drive Port Bar CE-PB01 Provides additional I/O ports



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SOURCE: hard drive boot

what do you mean by "it appears in device manager " if you cant boot there is no device manager. That aside it sounds like you are putting in to big of a drive for your BIOS so go to the motherboad,s web site and download the lastest BIOS

Posted on May 08, 2008

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SOURCE: my desk top pc is steady beeping

if on power on u see nothing and just hear beeps and see blank screen with no text/signs of bios loading then my firend

ur RAM is faulty try replacing them and then tell me i can solve ur problem

hard disk comes after RAM if ur RAM is faulty ur system will never boot up and will give u beeps just disconnect the hard drive cable and check it ur selves if it boots to bios

pls ask for more help u want
regards

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Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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SOURCE: pc will not boot, windows logo flashes then blue screen flashes

check ram,hard disc if ok reinstall the operating system

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pls ask for more help u want
regards

pls do rate me fix ya if i fixed ur problem

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