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If all diagnostic lights are on, then that means that it has something with the software of your computer. The update has affected some of the programs inside your computer thus it's booting up fine.
I suggest that you access safe mode and do a system restore from there. If you don't know how to access safe mode, then follow these:
1. Turn off your computer. 2. turn it on and keep tapping F8 until you see the options. You should see safe mode. 3. Use the arrow keys to select safe mode, then press enter. 4. Your computer should boot up to safe mode. 5. Access the system restore. You can find it in accessories, system tools, system restore. or you can search. 6. restore your computer to the known good date where your computer was still working fine. 7. After completing the on screen procedures, let your computer restart by itself (it may take minutes or more). It will restart and it should boot to the normal windows.
try with restarting computer & press F8 at the same time. u will see a menu where choose "safe mode" & start the computer. in safe mode see the display properties, set the refresh rate & resolution according to monitors specifications, apply & restart again. if that does not work, replace the main board of lcd monitor.
this is because this amp has been overheated and the power supply inside the amp can only go into safe mode. this is whats known as "burned" or severely overheated components inside the amp. this is caused by demanding more power than the amp can handle causing so much heat that the components literally melt and ground themselves out causing an instant short when you connect the amp.
It's going into "safe" mode. Basically you're overdriving your speakers and amp is sensing it. Check for proper him rating at speakers vs output rating of amp. If they match up, then one of your speakers is causing the issue.
Restart your computer and keep pressing F8 and choose safe mode from the menu once you enter safe mode,click on start->settings->control panel->system and then device manager and under display adaptors,disable your display card and then restart it again and see if it works
It sounds like the voltage drop created by starting the vehicle is causing the amp to go into safe mode. Try starting the car before turning on the stereo system. Then turn on the stereo and see if it functions normally. If this is the case you can either live with it or possibly upgarde the amps power supply by adding a capacitor, larger battery and better cabling to the amp if necessary.
First make sure that the amp is powering up properly and that the input and subwoofer(s) are connected.
Check that the amp is not in "safe mode".
1. Press the MODE button. Press the UP or DOWN button until “9” is displayed. 2. Press the ENT button. 3. Press the UP or DOWN button until “9-1” is displayed. 4. Press the ENT button. 5. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to turn safe mode ON.
6. Press the ENT button.
If this does not work, either the input from the head unit, the subwoofer(s), or the amp itself is probably defective.