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I have got problem with my cimos BIOS and as a result my laptop is not taking any operating system properly...kindly advice how much will the repair cost me? my model no is compac pessario CQ50

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Just replace your main board battery with suitable new one.i don't know how cost u have to spend in your area.but never be a more than $1

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Cimos set up eror


Step 1:
Restart your computer During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key this will vary depending on your computer and operating system usually the Delete or the F2 key Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart.

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When i start my laptop it shows that error loading operating system with black screen and it cannot boot window xp cd????????????


This means that the system files are corrupt or that the system can not locate the device with the operating system on it.
Boot your laptop while pressing F2 and go to the System BIOS. In the BIOS look for boot order or boot sequence. Then select the HARD Disk Drive to be the first booting device and let the CD Drive be the second one and press F10 to save and exit. Observe the results, If it gives you an error message again, try to go back to the BIOS and load Default System settings and restart your laptop again.

If you try all this and you still have the same problem, then organize an XP CD and change the boot device to CD Drive. This will let your laptop boot from the CD. When the CD loads, press enter and after accepting the license agreement (by pressing F8) select "R" to repair your operating system.
NOTE: Do not press "R" as soon as the CD finishes loading because this will induse the Automated Repair, and that is not what we want here....
Man, this will work you out of your trouble. Good luck

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I have an Acer TravelMate 4500 512Mb Ram an 80GB HDD, which doesn't run the operating system boot after bios boot. when I swich on it comes up a bios boot and after that the laptop screen's becomes...


1. Remove or Unplug any recently added hardware.
2. Remove and replace the battery.
3. Press and hold the power button for 7-10 secs to power ON the computer.
4. Try booting to windows Operating System in Safe Mode. (Press F8 key as soon as you restart).
5. Check if the Hard Disk is detected and listed with its capacity of 80GB in BIOS. (Press F2 as soon as you restart).
6. Reset BIOS to default values.
7. If computer boots to windows in Safe Mode, then perform a system restore to an earlier date.
8. Install any updates available for BIOS.
9. If Hard disk is listed in BIOS, perform system recovery using the recovery partition or the recovery discs.
10. If Hard disk is not listed in BIOS, contact any nearest service center to get the computer serviced.

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just remove CIMOS betery from motherboard leave it for 10minits it will remove your password from bios

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My acer 6935G won't boot up how i boot up thissteps please can anyone help me how can i download a bootable disk for this onethanks


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no need to download bootable disk just get windows CD it will boot up from that CD

if you not getting anything on screen it mence your bios is not working properly

juat open RAM box and remove RAM for some time then try still you have problem then you have remove CIMOS bettry from the mother board

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How do i reset to factory settings


You can reset the BIOS to factory defaults by going into setup when the computer is booting. I am not sure what button to press either F2 or F10. It should show you at the bottom of the screen when computer is booting.

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My motherboard powers but it cannot load the bios screen? what's the problem?


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if u need totally clear the cmos/bios and back to original settings remove the AC power supply then remove the make a short the jumper settings at 5 seconds.the put it back the battery and the original jumper...Thanks and Good Luck...^_^

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Yepp, its easy to solve that problem. Get in the bios and change the boot up seqvence, ist probly set to look for all kinds of bootble divices, change that to only boot from the hdd in your laptop, disable all other boot devices, when you done that, hit F10 to save the settings and restart your laptop.

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Causes of Laptop Overheating Physical Causes of Laptop Overheating
For a properly designed laptop, the most common cause of overheating is blocked air vents. When dust blocks the fans and air vents designed to cool your laptop, overheating results. (In some cases, blocked vents and poor design are related, as some designs are excessively prone to becoming clogged with dust).
Software Causes of Laptop Overheating
In other cases, laptops overheat because the software designed to protect the laptop – specifically by controlling the operation of cooling fans – does not work properly. In some cases, this is due to problems in the computer’s BIOS, and can be cured by upgrading to the most recent BIOS. In other cases, upgrading or changing the computer’s operating system can cause this software to not function.
If, for example, you have upgraded from Windows ME to Windows XP, the system software designed to operate the fans may no longer work properly. (What’s worse, the laptop manufacturer may refuse to provide support in this instance, on the grounds that you changed the operating system and so are no longer operating the system as it was designed to operate.) In other cases, replacing Windows with Linux has led to this problem if the proper Linux utilities to control laptop cooling were not installed.
Design Causes of Laptop Overheating
In a distressing number of cases, laptop overheating results from poor design by the notebook manufacturers. Some manufacturers cram desktop CPUs into laptop configurations, and do not adequately provide for releasing the heat that these desktop CPUs create. Others simply have failed to provide ventilation and cooling systems appropriate for today’s CPU and video chips, which hold many more transistors than in the past and so generate more heat.
Several class actions have been filed against laptop manufacturers due to overheating laptops, including Toshiba and Dell. Previous class actions have led to settlements under which compensation was awarded to owners of overheating laptops who ran up repair bills trying to get the problem fixed. More class actions related to overheating laptop and notebook computers are reportedly under consideration.check here for more information http://www.fonerbooks.com/lap_fan.htm

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