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Display Problem My PC Sometimes work good and some times immidiately reboot and will not be re- open for some thimes

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My PC Sometimes work good and some times immidiately reboot and will not be re- open for some thimes

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My intel motherborad on but not screen coming no signal farst open my pc working good next automatic off next time open mointor coming no singnal placse help me


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you can check the devices that responsible to display

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but I think your problem swing between Power Supply and operation system

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Error is the firmware has detected that a coms battery failure occurred


Hello!
i just want to inform you that CMOS battery failure is not a big deal
you just need to replace CMOS battery from the motherboard
CMOS battery is responsible for date and time management in you PC
also it gives a refrence point in time and space when booting
so if you are a serious programmer you may change it immidiately
and if you are a normal user and you are least bothered with system time and date then
you may keep ignoring this message.

thanks and regards
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My pc restarts on its own, sometimes when i am online playing it interrupts and shuts the game, i tried using F2 twhile rebooting to get to find sys manufacturer, F2 did not work. pc continues.


replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA and the ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive
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I have now have a "video mode not supported" message on my L705 Hyndai monitor screen which came up right after I tried to change the resolution on my windows xp display. I can't get the monitor to show...


First connect you're monitor on to another system if possible. This will only make sure you're monitor is still working ok.
You're system needs to be shut down. (Keep you're monitor connected to you're system).
Than start it up and press the F5 key on you're keyboard every 2 seconds. This will bring up a screen that looks just like the one below;

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Choose Safe mode from the list. Once you are in windows safe mode open windows control panel than open the display icon. Change the settings to where they were before you made changes. Chances are you need to lower the refresh rate and the resolution. Than save and exit the display properties. Close control panel. Cross you're finger and re-start you're system. If this doesn't work you'll have no choice but to hook up a much better monitor to you're system so you can change the display settings.

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try to flash bios if you can.
but first remove cmos batery and switch on your pc without it, and se is rebooting or not, it semm to have a problem with bios, or cmos batery.

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Something's wrong with the Video. That's obvious.
Could be Resolution (too High), Refresh (off), Other Video (TV Out) at time of boot.

Try, removing TV Video, if you're using, so it's not there at time of boot. I've had that problem, I had to break the connection, that means if you want TV Out, you must Shut Down, recconnect and reboot.

I've had problems with the others too, Resolution and Refresh Rate.

Good Luck,

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