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Hello my sanyo digital camara signals ' system error' each time it is turned on. Well some vivuses ,horse got into it but i have eliminated them. Hope they have not caused a perminent damage. How can I repaire this? sanyo VPC-s7

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Startup 6 beeps


Probable Causes
Error
Beep Codes
Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
Error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
2
Faulty DIMM.
Read or write error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
3
Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
4
Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
5
Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
6
Defective microprocessor.
Microprocessor-execption interrupt error.
7
Missing or faulty video adapter.
Video memory read/write error.
8
Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
ROM checksum value does not match value encoded in system BIOS.
9
Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
Cache memory error.
11
Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
12
Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
13

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Long beep at startup


Probable Causes
Error
Beep Codes
Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
Error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
2
Faulty DIMM.
Read or write error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
3
Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
4
Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
5
Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
6
Defective microprocessor.
Microprocessor-execption interrupt error.
7
Missing or faulty video adapter.
Video memory read/write error.
8
Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
ROM checksum value does not match value encoded in system BIOS.
9
Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
Cache memory error.
11
Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
12
Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
13
14

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Dell 4 beeps


POST Beep Codes

How to fix Dell BIOS 8 beep error.


Probable Causes
Error
Beep Codes
Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
Error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
2
Faulty DIMM.
Read or write error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
3
Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
4
Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
5
Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
6
Defective microprocessor.
Microprocessor-execption interrupt error.
7
Missing or faulty video adapter.
Video memory read/write error.
8
Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
ROM checksum value does not match value encoded in system BIOS.
9
Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
Cache memory error.
11
Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
12
Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
13
14

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Hi,

I think this is related to to the NIC (Ethernet port).

Go into the BIOS and set it to default settings, see if that resolves the problem.



Let me know how you get on.



Regards.

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Please help me ??? system error


System Error: 04Cxxx
Problem
Description:
EIO Accessories (EIO Card/Hard Disk Drive) Error.
Corrective Action: Try the following:
n Press ENTER and switch the printer OFF. Remove the Hard Disk
Drive (if installed) and make sure that the EIO card is installed
correctly by pushing it firmly inwards and checking that the two
installation screws are completely tightened. Switch the printer
ON again. If this error code continues to appear then replace the
EIO card.
n If this Error Code disappeared after removing the Hard Disk
Drive, then switch the Printer OFF and reinstall the Hard Disk
Drive, making sure that the two installation screws are
completely tightened. Switch the Printer ON again. If this Error
Code reappears, then the Hard Disk Drive could be faulty.
Replace the Hard Disk Drive.
n If this system error continues to appear after replacing the EIO
card or the Hard Disk Drive, then replace the Electronics Module


System Error: 0000D8 XXXXXXXX (Non-Continuable)
Problem
Description:
External Library Error.
Corrective Action: Refer to System Error Code 070100

System Error: 070100 XXXXXXXX (Non-Continuable)
Problem
Description:
Firmware Error.
Corrective Action: Power the Printer OFF and ON again to see if the System Error
disappears.
If the Error Code reappears, then report the error to the HP response
Center or the nearest HP Support Office, stating the following
information.
n Model and Serial Number of the printer.
n Which firmware revision the printer is using (See Note below).
Check firmware in Utilities / Statistics / Code rev.
n The complete error number (See Note below).
n The Service Configuration Print þ
n The Current configuration sheet.
n Which software application the customer is using (name, version, etc.).
NOTE When reporting the System Error Code, make sure that you
supply the full Error Code (including the last 8 numbers where
applicable) and the firmware version. Without this information,
HP Support Personnel cannot help you.

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