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this is a driver error code: try to use latest drivers.
here are the drivers from dell official website:
Microsoft XP STOP OXOOOOOO7E OXCOOOOOO5 OXF78DA208
If you didn't yet then upgrade to SP2.
Update drivers for all hardware, in most cases this is a driver conflict.
If that didn't solve the problem then scan for viruses with AVG.
Scan for malware with Anti Malware.
Scan for broken registry entires with Registry Mechanic.
Let all 3 software repair/remove the errs they find.
If the problem is still not solved then reseat the memory stick to another slot, since 7E with nt status code c0000005 (access violation) could be caused by
faulty RAM. Clean the dust
inside the PC.
If it still crashes, downclock the RAM.
If it does not
resolve the problem, replace the RAM.
Fsp250-60 power supply
learn to google, old PCs ,
as yours seems to be t ATX form factor
and 250w to 500 watt ATX PSU that has bundles of IDE 4pin molex connecters there will work.
any will work. that era (IDE-PATA)
Aopen 40x12x48x compact disc CD re-writable not working what cables do i need to run it?
the PC is secret, model.
NO PC told\no CD drive model told.no told how it connects at all , IDE, SATA or Esata or USB.?you do know right,that many laptop users today have CD drive there and it will never fit now in modern thin casesand they buy a external DVD(CD or bluray) drive and plug it in...for that reason and is more easy,look Ma' no screws to fiddle.NO PC TOLD (Aopen what modeL?)NO OS toldand no DVR drive model told.impossible this.?if the drive is internal to PC,laptops just slide in, and connectdesktop, 2 cables, 15pin power, and SATA 7 pin cables (sold in stores even target or walmart)desktop relics that most Aopen are, use IDE (PATA)40- pin ribbon (pata-IDE) and 4 pin molex power (PATA)IDE parts are only sold online, there are 20 year relics. (2001 SATA was . and was wild fire success and is best )
AOpen ms2137 service manual
word laptop PC not said and is.
AOpen Barebook 1555 ,1555A - MS2137
first off AOPEN is dead for support 2011 on for PC or mobo they made, about 100 models is 10 years.?
DOA, end of the line on support ,leaving what?
you using google on this
The manuals on the old 2003 PC at their TW , Ftp web site are gone now. for ages.
about all you need is this, the coin cell idead.
the echo of it is here.
google found it by me. in seconds.
let me guess your 10 year old PC is now dead, as all do?
no symptoms told ,above is 1500 series, mobo. 2003 relic. for all poor folks not using a DELL PC, good luck that.
Where is the cmos battery on a Aopen barebones 1547 notebook computer please
sold in what country..../? not here in USA. I can find.but support at Aopen ended in 2011 see proof herehttps://web.archive.org/web/20111001000000*/aopen.comin real shop we just look , if no manual to be foundas in this case.yours is 2003 made, with Pentium M CPUmost laptops have one but some do not (rare)some are just pull one hatch cover and easy swapothers are 30 to 70 screws to remove even the whole MOBO pulled out and turned over hard nut cases.this PC is rare as hens teeth.and the maker does not support it. ok the 1557 shows this and is the model full version of the series 1500 from 2003 year, OMG oldRemoving the RTC Battery1.See "Removing the Battery" on page 552.See "Removing the Middle Cover" on page 593.See "Removing the Keyboard" on page 604.Disconnect the RTC cable from the mainboard and remove the RTC battery.
AOpen monitor stuck in Burn In mode
gee a dead PC can do that does this old monitor work in 2nd good pc. Yes/no, what could be more easy for simple test. 5min work?
the manual for it covers this.
lite me make a list.
1:reset the OSD screen via the reset options.
2: turn off all auto modes in osd.
3;turn off auto, input select mode and set it manual to the correct port not told.
4 turn off auto scaler if not using VGA, or it will fail
5: demo mode may be automatic if PC is dead outside USA are you? we have laws here banning that act celled energy star, and the monitor just goes to sleep, no demo allowed here is not green./
it is not burn in, as doing that even invites LCD burn/ghosting
so is not that it is demo move and keeps moving to avoid burned lcd elements. but gee Aopen monitors stink, so, who knows no?
F90GS (2005 and before says warranty page)
the make does not support it down they ended legacy all
huge limit here is
1280 x 1024 @75Hz
the demo mode is a self test mode, it shows all is good, visually.
newer monitors now, have this as an option called test pattern.
each maker and model are different but ours go blank sleep.
why not be the first to ever post a video of so called burn in.
below click video and provide it. we love videos of screens and saves endless answers guessing what you saw.
screens have vast ways to fail, i think ive seen them all as teck for 50 years. yes back to mainframe days and VT52 and older.
do the reset in OSD
unplug it from wall AC
and hold in powerbutton to mon, and at same time plug AC in
and hold together that and for 10 seconds and release the power button , some do reset this way .
or unplug the monitor from wall AC overnite.
this can cure lightening hit latch up events. amazing no.?
also 3? kids playing with this monitor may have turned on demo or self test mode, I say cut their allowances.(grin)
Problemas con monitor AOpen f2705
WHY POST SPANISH HERE?
2005 RELIC , 12 YEARS OLD DAY OF POST,
I have an AOpen F2705-16S LCD monitor, what happens is that I was doing maintenance on the monitor and the pin slot of the cable that is connected to the computer broke and I did not have the configuration and every time I try to join the cables but I always get No signal appears, any help would be good, thank you, I'll wait for an answer soon????????
ANSWER YOU BROKE THE CABLE AND MEANS NEW CABLE TIME.
ALL THINGS IN LIFE BROKE, NEEDS TO BE REPLACED
ON THIS OLD MONITOR THE VGA CABLE IS HARD WIRED, INTO THE DISPLAY ELECTRONICS MAIN BOARD AND , THE CABLE IS NOT SOLD.
MOST OF THESE ARE DEAD NOW CCFL BLACK LAMPS DEAD LONG LONG AGO AND HAVE NO FUTURE AT ALL
BUY A 2011 OR NEWER MONITOR LED AND WIN
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