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Hi there.i have a p/bell pc ,it has a P5S00-VM MOTHERBOARD in it.the other day for no reason it just stopped and came up with no video input.tried to reboot but it just freezes after about 10 seconds.if i leave it for a while and then switch it on i can sometimes get to the screen that says media test failure check lead.things i have done are as follows....changed the cable that goes to monitor,taken each ram out seperately,reseated the lan card and sound card,checked for any visual problems,got into bios and noticed that the date had gone to 2002 and so after numerous attempts managed to correct that,tried to check the boot order , but up to now cant get that far without pc freezing up,i have taken battery out to reset cmos settings but all to no avail.i am not too clued up on these matters ,but know just enough to get by.any suggestions ?.im at a loss ,please helpppppppp! thanks ..............andy

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: major help needed

hi jtiker,

if you have replaced all the parts mentioned above then you will need to reinstall windows as it will try to use drivers from the old windows and create more problems for you.

go to the bios and set it to boot from the dvdrom first then reinstall windows.

your only other choice is to boot in safe mode and try to reinstall the mobo drivers....not recommended though

good luck

smeags

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

aceltix
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SOURCE: I changed RAM settings in BIOS, now I can't boot - need to clean CMOS

well its quite simple.you have set the wrong latency for rams.
I suggest you put a latency around 3
reset the bios and check the latencyes..you know that you must have all the rams from the computer to the same data..like all the timings or latency.
good luck..
bye bye

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

aceltix
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SOURCE: I changed RAM settings in BIOS, now I can't boot

and by the way,the reset of bios is done by switching the reset jumpers...with the computer off:)..dont get the baterry out unless it is absolutelly necessary.
after that set the data for the ramms.
bye

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

acdr
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SOURCE: no signal check input cable .

when u start the pc press F8 key then go to enable vga mode or safe mode or last known good config...
then set your display resoluiton to 800*600 or 1024*768
thatas all.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

ashu_jsh
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SOURCE: Emachines T3410 won't boot, black screen, no cursor

hello dear
you say that your hd work on other system,if you istall window from other machine then it will works only at same machine not on others because mb ram store booting information,so try to install window using your mb & then try
if it does not work then tell more aout your problem that is how problem come?
also it may be due to master slave
if ou use hd with removable device then sure that one of them is master &another is slave

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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