When I Plug The Plug In It Just Has All The Lights On The Green Lights And I Can Hear A Tickering Sound Inside. I Push The On Button And It Still Doesnt Boot Up The Screen Is Blank Its Not Even Starting And Booting Can You Please Help Me......
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Re: My Laptop Wont Even Boot Up
If you can here a slight clattering sound, like two discs bing clashed together the hard drive platelettes are damaged or the parking head is damaged, you will need to replace the hard drive, they are fairly inexpensive to buy, but if you are not familiar with laptops take to a qualified repairer.
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You probably have a power supply problem. The electrolytic capacitors are a high failure item in these TVs. I just replaced two capacitors in the power supplies of my two AOC TVs and got both of them working again. Repair will probably be much cheaper than replacing the TV.
pull out everything in the computer except what's required to boot...so any pci cards or video cards (if you have onboard video). you can also try pulling out the ram (while unpowered AND unplugged) and then booting to hear beeps...if you pull the ram out and the computer doesnt make a sound, its probably a bad motherboard and needs to be replaced. if you hear beeps, try replacing the ram or disconnecting other parts...like harddrives, optical drives, modems and what not.
Do you have another monitor available to put in place of this one? Most likely the monitor has a problem and should be replaced. Before I purchase a new one though, I would either borrow a monitor to test my system or put this one on another computer to verify if it works. If it does, then you must test the video card.