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Can't read the "main problem" it is not shown but the bios menu requires F2 just before boot up to get to it.

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My dell wont recognize hard drive


Is it listed in the BIOS? If not, there is no letter assigned or if new it has not been initialized.

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HELP ME ON "DELL OPTILEX SX260 CPU" my dell optilex sx260 used to run properly but now when i try to switch it on it doesnt swith but just shows a light inside


Well from that model number it is an older unit Win2000 or XP?
I assume there is no Bios showing after you power on before your operating system loads, any Bios beeps?
One beep good (POST)
No beeps or lots of them bad.
No beeps Bios in trouble (faults 1 & 2 mostly)
Lots of beeps means motherboard or other hardware problems as well as faults 1 & 2
Without more info I can only make some guesses ...
1) power supply failure, possibly the 5v+ stand by which is always powered unless mains is switched off, or other rails have become weak.
2) Bios battery needs to be changed (3v lithium on motherboard mostly) causes Bios corruption and no operation.
3) Hard drive failure.
4) Graphic Card problem
5) memory problem
Just a start but I hope this helps.........

Pradeep has like me suspected the Bios and its battery, with no beeps heard the Bios system has a problem so your whole system is in trouble.
I would think the light may be a minor indication of standby voltage present but without the Bios to engage other circuits to become active it just stops.
The Bios relies on that battery to keep it going while your system is off, when it weakens to a certain point the data it has stored gets lost or corrupted even to a point its self repair (reload) is unable to help.
As was pointed out disconnect the power lead open its case up locate and remove the battery mostly a CR2032 lithium button cell. I would use the waiting time to gently suck out fluff (if any) with care! after 5 mins or some take longer to drain fit a new battery.
At this point life takes a turn, power up fingers crossed and if all is well you should hear a beep!
On screen you may have some message about an error and needing to go to setup (well at least its alive to say its sick)but also press a key to continue (now pray) press that key and between the Bios and Windows they may sort it out between them.
If not then you are "doomed" to enter the set up area ( to quote Mozilla there be Dragons and Demons here)if you know how to set things then great or choose Default Settings this will put things back to a starting point (though this may upset some item you use) in which case you will need an engineer to pick through its settings.
Now if still no beep! then the Bios has a problem and the only area of silence I know is faulty memory modules, lack of power to system and cpu and graphics card though it should "complain with beeps".
It all depends on you if you feel this is getting beyond your ability then stop! take it to an engineer for the brave there is another step, you need to off load excess baggage in your system.
Disconnect its Hard drive (both leads) as well as the floppy and CD/DVD drive next remove memory cards to leave just one in, even unplug the mouse but not the keyboard.
Reason, you have reduced the load on its power supply so if faulty it may just work, the load of connections from its system are now minimal, all the Bios wants is a bit of memory, a cpu, graphics display, keyboard and power.
Power on and you should get a beep and display on screen if not and you have another memory card then power off and swap over for this one try again.
If it now beeps then you have a faulty memory card plus you can reconnect (one at a time to see if any item makes it stop) while turned off each time, all of its "bits" and it should work albeit moody through lack of memory.
If it just sits there stripped down with no beeps or anything then I would check its power supply which is unable to "launch into full power for some reason" which includes a faulty motherboard and you do then need an engineers help!
Hope this helps a bit more....

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I am working with my computers calculator. how do i imput 4 squareroot sign 5?


I'm not sure if you mean 4 *?5 or the fourth root of 5 (I cant put in the subscript).


For the first one, enter 5; ?;*;4. For the second, enter 5; ?;?;*;4

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Manual for mcx-8 reactive controller


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Share: zero.gifzero.gif zero.gifzero.gifzero.gif Reactive power controllers MCE and MCX are designed to measure the reactive power of an installation and to give the necessary instructions for connecting & disconnecting capacitors in order to maintain the desired cos ö.

All the controllers are commanded by a microprocessor that ensures an uniform ageing of contractors and capacitors by using a circular connection sequence that takes into account the time that each capacitor has been switched on.

Power factor value to be reached can be adjusted in a continuous way, between 0.85 inductive and 0.95 capacitive.

Standard working programs for controllers are 1:1:1:1, 1:2:2:2, 1:2:4:4, 1:2:4:8 and 1:1:2:2.

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Description:
Power factor controllers MCE measures the cos ö of a supply system and control the automatic connection and disconnection of compensation capacitors according to the desired cos ö. They are available in 6 or 12 steps. To see the technical specification and for these steps please go to the attached Pdf file.
*The MCE-12F plus (12 steps) power factor controller measures cos ö in the system and regulates the automatic connection and disconnection of the capacitors depending on the required cos ö. MCE-12F plus is specially designed to control equipments with static switches based on thyristors, which operate through a zero step controller. *
These reactive power controller are designed to measure the reactive power of an installation by giving the necessary instructions for connection and disconnection of capacitors in order to maintain the desired cos ö. Controllers are show in a 3-digit display of the set-up or actual values. They show the cos ö, that the total current & the harmonic distortion.

All controllers are commanded by a microprocessor that ensures an uniform ageing of contactors and capacitors by using a circular connection sequence which takes into account the time that each capacitor has been switched on (FIFO system).

Controllers can include a fully operational alarm relay that acts when the automatic capacitor bank cannot reach the required cos ö in case of high harmonic distortion level, over-current and over voltages. LED indicators show permanently capacitors steps that are connected. To see these steps please open the Pdf file.

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Dell Inspiron 700m yêu cầu


If you don't get the password back you have to replace the BIOS chip on the board. In some cases they are removable in others you may need a whole new motherboard.

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I Can´t get the lexmark software for w vista x4270 to work in my computer. What can I do?


I suggest you use the driver from the Lexmark website. You may need to uninstall the existing X4270 driver first before installing the new driver. Click on this link: http://bit.ly/8ZH59T and follow the instructions in this article on how to uninstall the Lexmark software properly. After uninstalling then rebooting pc, check if your Vista is running on 32-bit or 64-bit operating system by going to the Start menu > right click on Computer > Properties. To reinstall, download driver using this link: http://bit.ly/bXGEqm(for 32-bit) or this link: http://bit.ly/bj6mSY(for 64-bit). Execute the file and follow the instructions in the software. If problem continues, there must be a software in your computer(i.e. print spooler) that got disabled hindering the process of installation of the Lexmark software. This may need further troubleshooting. Contact Lexmark technical support for further assistance. Thank you for choosing Lexmark.

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I need help finding the code for my tv. i have a Philmore universal remote pm-rc13. My t.v is a white-westinghouse


Here is the code for your TV 0154 along with the advanced codes.
Advanced Codes for TV_0154TVs ------------------ <TV Group>
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0154 244 ACM 165 Fine Tune Up 251 SAP 167 Surround Mute
244 Auto Chroma 244 MTC 231 Speaker In 168 Surround Vol dwn
251 Bilngual 234 PIP Location 233 Speaker Out 164 Surround Vol up
169 Fine Tune Do 228 PIP Select 247 Stereo 129 Component 2 (discrete)


TELEVISION. Uses with:
TUNER/CD/TAPE/PHONO/AMP..CDs................AUX2 088
TELEVISION...............TVs..................TV 154
VCR......................VCRs................VCR 047
VCR......................VCRs................VCR 104

On some models,
100|AM/PM|1-- may be 100/Enter;
Func|Sel may be Digicon;
Level Up|R may be Control Right, Level Up/Minute or Menu Up;
Level Dn|L may be Control Left, Level Dn/Hour or Menu Down;
Review|Qck View may be CH Recall or Quick View;
SetTime Fast may be Stereo Matrix;
SetTime Slow may be Time/Day, Set Up, Clear or Menu;
TV/Video/AV may be TV/AV, Video Mode, Input or A/V;
Wide|TV|Loud may be Stereo Matrix, Surround or Mode;
MTC|OBC|Auto may be ACM or Auto Chroma.

181 0...............0 185 1...............1
120 ENTER...........1-- 120 ENTER...........100
183 2...............2 187 3...............3
180 4...............4 184 5...............5
182 6...............6 186 7...............7
053 8...............8 057 9...............9
185 1...............A 123 A/B.............A/V
120 ENTER...........AM/PM 059 CHANNEL DOWN....AM/PM
183 2...............B 187 3...............C
249 RECALL..........CH Recall 059 CHANNEL DOWN....Channel Down
055 CHANNEL UP......Channel Up 122 PROGRAM.........Clear
250 STOP............Control Left 246 PLAY............Control Right
250 STOP............Cursor Down 059 CHANNEL DOWN....Cursor Left
055 CHANNEL UP......Cursor Right 246 PLAY............Cursor Up
180 4...............D 055 CHANNEL UP......Day
184 5...............E 120 ENTER...........Enter
182 6...............F 121 SHIFT STOP......Fine Tune Dwn
117 SHIFT PLAY......Fine Tune Up 248 PAUSE...........Function
186 7...............G 053 8...............H
250 STOP............Hour 057 9...............I
123 A/B.............Input 181 0...............J
059 CHANNEL DOWN....K 250 STOP............Level Down
246 PLAY............Level Up 122 PROGRAM.........Menu
250 STOP............Menu Down 246 PLAY............Menu Up
246 PLAY............Minute 116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Mode
245 MUTE............Mute 230 SHIFT FFD.......PIP Freeze
235 FAST FORWAARD...PIP On/Off 232 SHIFT REW.......PIP Replace
119 POWER...........Power 052 DISPLAY.........Recall
249 RECALL..........Review 248 PAUSE...........Select
122 PROGRAM.........Set Up 118 REWIND..........SetTime Fast
122 PROGRAM.........SetTime Slow 056 SLEEP...........Sleep
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Stereo Matrix 118 REWIND..........Stereo Matrix
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Surround 122 PROGRAM.........Time/Day
056 SLEEP...........Timer 181 0...............Timer Set
056 SLEEP...........Timer Start 116 SHIFT PAUSE.....TV
123 A/B.............TV/AV 123 A/B.............Video Mode
058 VOLUME DOWN.....Volume Down 054 VOLUME UP.......Volume Up
116 SHIFT PAUSE.....Wide
Hope this helps. Let me know if I can help you with anything else.
JimmyC



Sep 29, 2009 | Televison & Video

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When i switch on my Bernina Artista 180 it blows


Almost-certainly due to the main switching transistor having blown, however this is not necessarily an easy fix ... very often when this happens it takes a number of other components with it ... I had one last week where no less than 10 other components had got fried (and I do mean fried beyond recognition, due to somebody having put a bigger fuse in - doh! - dont ever do this ... it's dangerous!). Best thing to do if you dont really know what you're doing is to get a complete exchange 'L'-print.

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