I've been using the laptop without any problems untill i encountered the folowing ERROR: AArrgg!!!@#$
************************************************ Error 0701: USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:01H / Port:00H Error 0701: USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:02H / Port:00H
Press F1 For Setup, Press F12 For Boot Device Selection Menu **********************************************
F1 takes me into the Bios, all looks well. And F12 Does nothing. how
ever i tried to boot from CD-drive but of no use, i tried to solve it
million methods but invain i couldn't if any one has a solution for
this please provide i'll be very thankfull
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The infected laptops encounter random shutdown problem until some maintenance activity is being performed on the system. Two important things that you should do to fix a laptop which keeps shutting down are: 1- Scanning computer to eliminate malwares, spywares and the viruses from your laptop. 2- Repairing and cleaning Windows registry. The registry errors, however, are the internal errors and can become a cause of system crashes and freezes. These two tips are found to be very helpful to fix the laptop shutdown problem.
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The TL neptune has a small shock absorber on the middle left hand corner behind the front panel. it uses a small wiring clip that could be loose, with a type of inertia switch. A common issue I've encountered with this machine is underloading. The snubber and springs allow a fair amount of movement. Don't do a few simple items or mixed load in this machine. If these don't seem to help, let us know.
This error code usually points to an installation of windows that has been corrupted. I'm assuming that you have no USB flash drives plugged into the laptop when booting, if so, remove these and try a reboot. Then try to boot to safe mode (f8) If this fails, boot from the CD drive by setting the DC boot option as 1st boot in the bios, put the windows installtion CD in the drive and go through the install proceedure, selecting the REPAIR option. If this fails, you will need to reinstall windows. To recover any lost files, after reinstalling windows, download a utility such as recover my files and set it to a format recovery to get any lost files back.
The infected laptops encounter random shutdown problem until some maintenance activity is being performed on the system. Two important things that you should do to fix a laptop which keeps shutting down are: 1- Scanning computer to eliminate malwares, spywares and the viruses from your laptop. 2- Repairing and cleaning Windows registry. The registry errors, however, are the internal errors and can become a cause of system crashes and freezes. For an instant fix use system utility tool Reginout.
Sounds like the image doesn't have the right drive controller driver included. Could be because the image was created on a different laptop or could be the drive controller is configured differently. You can confirm this from the STOP error code on the blue screen
Go into the BIOS setup (probably F2 at boot) and see if the controller mode is set to AHCI. If so, set it to compatibility or combined(?) and try again.
Either way, if you've installed an image for the wrong hardware, you probably should do a remedial install. Boot from your Windows XP disc and follow the prompts as if you were doing a clean install until you get to the license agreement. At the next screen, it should show you any existing Windows installs and give you a new option to repair. Let this go - it won't touch any user files, just replace all the Windows files with those from the CD. Have your system drivers and service packs handy to tidy up when it's done.
sometimes i do encounter that problem and can't play tetris battle...what i just did to resolve that is i change the browser that i'm using...for example...if you're using mozilla firefox as your browser and you encounter that error, just go to google chrome or other browser and try to play tetris... there is a time that i've already try all my browsers but i still got the same error...i just unplug the modem for about 3-5mins and i re-plug it...and after that i try to play tetris and it works... so if you don't have other browser on your computer...just restart or unplug your modem and try it again.... if it still not working and receiving same error...maybe the server or the game itself have issues connecting to the players.