Just recently the button (for lack of a better word) is almost to the point where it will not move, this includes turning it on, or moving it from S-A-M Camera, set up etc.
I have looked in a few different forums, but I haven't come across this problem.
Does anyone know what I should do? Thank you
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Does it start better after sitting overnight? Is it missing at all? Check engine light? Hard starting could be fuel pump, also lack of power could be lack of fuel. If it starts better after sitting overnight, could be block catalytic converter. That would also explain lack of power. If you have to hold gas pedal half way down trying to get speed would explain why it is not going into overdrive. Hope this gives you some direction.
Your computer should be able to handle the graphics card with no problem.
The only issue that comes up is how many hard drives or CD Rom drives are attached to the system.
If everything is stock out-of-the-box, you are OK.
I hope that this helps.
CPU and RAM do not have any moving parts so it is very unlikely that they would fail. Just make sure that you reseated them properly and move on.
The most likely point of failure on any computer is the hard drive.
Insert your Windows CD/DVD and attempt to boot to it. This will bypass the hard drive.
If your computer boots to the CD/DVD and allows you to select options then the problem is the hard drive and you should replace it ASAP!
If it does not boot to the CD/DVD you should try replacing your AC adapter or motherboard. Look on eBay for the best pricing on replacement parts.
open it up check all the connections memory and add in cards for security. connect it and try again. Sometimes the bios battery can cause wierd problems, they are usually a 2032 battery on the motherboard. replace it if it's suspect. I would then look at the power supply. Big heavy capitors don't like being dropped, (neither do hard drives for that matter).
Assuming it's a desktop pc not a laptop the power supply might be faulty. Try and replace it. If the computer has being recently moved, you will need to open it up and see if all connections are on. Also if that doesn't work, try and disconnect all the cables to your cd roms and hard drives and see if that works. More than likely the power is shot and you will need to replace, should cost between $30-$80 to replace. Make sure you look for a 500watt power supply as they work better if running multiply drives.
I have the same problem. Been back and forth with the dealer and GM. Everyone knows this is a problem but Hummer will not reprogram the computer. It was suggested to me to get a vortex to adjust the computer shift points but the unit is $400 and will void your warranty. Sucks big time