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Re: PROBLEM WITH MY SONY NOTEBOOK COMPUTER
If using vista put in O/S disk when disk loads press r type help press enter scroll to end of list by c:\type fixboot or fixmbr follow instructions. with fixboot you have a list of other commands to type in with it EG c:\fixboot repair there must be a space between them
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There are several error codes you can get with an XBOX 360, the first step to resolving any problem is finding the root cause. The fault codes are primarily shows on the "ring" on the front of your console (this is the ring split into 4 segments that shows when controllers are connected and what player position they are).
1 SEGMENT FLASHING RED - Thisindicates a displayable error code, the specific error code will bebeing displayed on the TV you have it connected too.
2 SEGMENTS FLASHING RED - The console has overheated.
3 SEGMENTS FLASHING RED - This is the somewhat infamous RROD (Red Ring Of Death).
4 SEGMENTS FLASHING RED - AV cable not detected.
If you have 1 segment flashing red indicating a displayable specific error code then you can identify the fault from the list below.
E45 - Update Error.
E64, E65, E66 - DVD Drive Error.
E67, E68, E69, E79 -Hard Drive Error.
E71 - Update Error.
E72 - Unknown.
E73 - General Hardware Error.
E74 -AV cable error.
E76 - Unknown.
This is a basic overview of all the fault codes for the XBOX 360, for more in depth information on the faults and how to repair them please see my other tips!
Test you console with another harddisk to see if it detects the harddisk.
Also try a low level format on the harddisk with a pc so to ensure that there is nothing left on the harddisk, when reinserted in the ps3, the ps3 needs to fomat the harddisk, quick fomat will be enoug. If the original harddisk is still not detected, then your harddisk is defective and needs to be replaced, if the console also doen't detect the new harddisk then your ps3 needs to return to Sony because the sata controller on the motherboard of your ps3 is defective.
open cpu and reconnect both connection to harddisk power cable and sata ir ide cable.
When u power up the computer press F1 or F2 or 'del" key to enter in bios then check your harddisk is detected .
This error comes when yourr hardidisk is not detected properly.
So detect your harddisk then check.
Your harddisk is not detected proeprly in bios . For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key to enter in bios . Then check your sata option is disabled in bios . Then save settings then your harddisk is detected properly.
When you power up the computer press F1 ore F2 or "del" key toenter in bios then check your hardisk is detected or not. If not then if you have desktop open cpu cabinet then reconnect power cable and ide or sata cable to harddisk also check your harddisk is set to master.
hi its not the problem with the system its with the configuration u need to press f2 key and enter into the BIOS settings as soon as u start ur laptop and check the harddisk as IDE and this will work out if u still have any probelm mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org