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Computer would not boot up, only showed red light

Turned on cisnet 80 gig computer and would not turn completely on, green light flashed for a couple seconds then red light stayed on. Opened cpu and fan was lose, reconnected and still would not work. Repair store thought that it was processor or short in mother board. Any answers? If I purchase an external hard drive case, what size would it be.

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If the repair store said the CPU or MB is bad... buy a newer computer.

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Green flashing light ,dosent turn on


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COMPUTER DOSENT TURN ON JUST GREEN LIGHT FLASHES


Dear Elvira,
You have to disconnet your power supply from the mains by pulling out power cord then the open the side pan of your cabinet and locate the ram.remove the ram and resit it in another slot. then connect your power cord to the power supply of your pc then switch on.
If the problem is not solved then again remove the power cord and remove the cmos battery from the motherboard and wait for 20 seconds,then put it back.and power on the system. if the problem is not solved then try with another powe supply.still problem is there then your motherboard may be bad.you have to replace the motherboard.

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Assuming that you have installed a fresh windows installation after crash, you might not installed the usb drivers.

to make sure that the usb drivers are installed and correct drivers go to controlpanel->system->device manager.
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you said that the red light is on. that is power indicator and no data transfer.

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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)

Brad

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Red flashing lights, will not completely start up


Do you have a windows XP cd?
If so you can try booting from the cd and running recovery console.
from recovery console type chkdsk -r
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If you are sure that the 110 volt power is coming into the computer then the most likely problem is that th epower supply died. Obtain a new one of the same or larger wattagge as the one you are replacing . It does nto have to come from the manufacture of the computer. 

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My computer does not boot


No bios no post and no power lights on disk drives means hardware problem.

Either call a technician or try the following if you feel you can do it yourself, beware , there is always risk of damaging your PC on DIY.

unplug the computer, open PC and remove all plugs and internal and external devices, leaving only a minimal set of devices.

Start the motherboard with only Power adapter , one RAM module, and video card and screen connected. Unplug all disks and external devices, remove all pci cards.

If it still does not start take it to a repair shop, you may need to replace power supply, motherboard or ram.

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