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ECS PX1 Reset with Ati Radeon X1900 XT

I have PX1 with the last bios, but, when i want to turn on, after validation Windows's the computer restart. This x1900 runs ok in other computers. I have tried one x300 and this runs fine, i have to specify any option in bios?? I am sure that is not an electrical, RAM, cpu failure because it runs fine in other computers.

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Trying booting your system in safe. This may avoid detecting it to enable you troubleshoot it from the device manager.

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My computer is not working....i am stuck in windows system32 drivers disk.sys when i try the safe mode...and the installation stops and just turn into black... can anyone help me ragarding this problem?...


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Perform each recommended corrective action and then attempt to restart the computer.Symptom 1: LED lights do not glow, display is black, no fan or drive sounds are heard, and computer does not startIf LEDs do not glow or blink when AC power adapter is attached and power button is pressed, there is no power available to the notebook.
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  • Connect a different AC power adapter and remove battery, then restart notebook.
  • Connect a different battery and disconnect AC power adapter, then restart notebook.
  • If there is no power available at the notebook, contact HP to purchase a replacement battery or AC adapter.
Symptom 2: LEDs blink or computer beeps but does not start Blinking LEDs or beep tones indicate a hardware failure during the pre-start up testing.
  • Count number of blinking LEDs or beeping tones to help with diagnostics testing.
  • Contact HP for technical assistance. There are no other user-initiated troubleshooting actions until error codes are resolved.
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Symptom 4: Computer may display an error message on a black screen during startup or boot
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  • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, do the corrective actions listed under Symptom 3 to run memory and hard drive tests.
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  • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
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    • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then select Run a Microsoft system restore .
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    To get there depends on your OS

    If your using Windows 98:
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    • Just after the POST diagnostics and memory count, start pressing the F8 key
    • On the Startup Menu, choose Safe Mode
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    • You will be prompted to restart the computer. Click Yes. The computer will restart in Safe mode.
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    • Start tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
    • Ensure that the Safe mode option is selected.
    • Press Enter. The computer then begins to start in Safe mode.
    • When you are finished with all troubleshooting, close all programs and restart the computer as you normally would.
    To use the System Configuration Utility method
    • Close all open programs.
    • Click Start, Run and type MSCONFIG in the box and click OK
    • The System Configuration Utility appears, On the BOOT.INI tab, Check the "/SAFEBOOT" option, and then click OK and Restart your computer when prompted.
    • The computer restarts in Safe mode.
    • Perform the troubleshooting steps for which you are using Safe Mode.
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    Windows as part of a multiboot system
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    • Press Enter, and then immediately begin tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options menu appears.
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    Windows Vista:

    • Turn the computer on or Restart the computer
    • Start tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Boot Options Menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
    • Ensure that the Safe mode option is selected (the top option)
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