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Re: IBM Netvista PC not getting power on
Hi! im josh may i help u.? Go to the switch connection of the motherboard and try to look at the short pins there it is just loosen connection.try to check also the red and white wire.change it if you have and extra one. hope i helped you. good luck
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Hello there: this beepiig generally is telling you that you are having a problem with your video card what you can do is to unplugthe computer and open the case and locate the power supply cable that goes from the power supply to the motherboard and disconnect it now press in on you power buttom and hold it there for 30 seconds and if you have a reset button do the same now plug in the cord that you previously disconnected from the motherboard and than plug inthe computer and restart the computer and you should beok but if the beeping continuse than yes you have a video card that is failing you ok? i hope that this has been very helpful for you best regards michael
when you are resetting the bios are you removing the battery from the motherboard and leaving it out for at least 30 to 60 seconds minimum please let me know there is still more that i can do to help solve this if needed ok?
best regards mike
I think Ur pc is ibm ok then go to the website and download for ur product bios and install . ur in operating system download as exe file (or) download as iso image and then bootable for the bios in ibm.
It could be a motherboard problem, but, this may sound silly, but it could also be a stuck up power or reset button. I had this experience with a desktop pc where the power button got stuck in its "press" position. Try removing the connection of these switches from the mboard and use a metal screw driver to act as the switch by momentarily shorting the power switch connection on the board.
--you can also check the cmos battery of the pc. These newer boards would refuse to even power up if the cmos battery are drained.
when you boot hit pause when it gets to the screen just after the memory screen is finished. hit the pause button... it should say which key(s) to hit to enter setup.
Is there a bios password and you can't get past that ?
This happens when the reset button inside is stuck.
If the system is under warranty. Opening the case will void warranty.
If it is out of warranty....
Open the cabinet and you can find a chunk of wires crowded in to a point on the motherboard.
If you care fully inspect you will find a pair of pin (jumper pin) marked "RESET".
If there is some obstacle that is shorting the contact, remove it and offcourse clean the dust particles or other material that could cause trouble.
This should solve the problem