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Re: will not detect
It sounds like you could have a bad coil if you know of anyone with a Bounty Hunter detector than just try swapping out the coils and see if it takes care of the problem. If you need to you can order a new coil from the manufacturer or on eBay. If this is not the problem than you should contact the factory (First Texas Products) about repairing it. If it is less than 5 years old they will repair it for FREE, even if you are not sure how old it is they have no serial numbers on their products so they can not tell how old they are so they will still repair it for free if you tell them it is less than 5 yrs old. Call them first before sending it in, 915-633-8354
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What was the last thing you did on your computer before this happened?
Did you change any system settings in the BIOS?
Did you add new software? or update any software or drivers?
Did you add any new hardware?
Is your system BIOS infected with a virus?
Because it appears that your PC is hanging up during the Power-On-Self-Test [POST]
Here's what happens; when the power is turned on, the computer BIOS [Basic Input/Output System] runs a POST (Power-On Self-Test). It is a diagnostic testing sequence that the computer runs to determine if the hardware [like the mouse, keyboard, hard drive, etc.] is working properly.
If the necessary hardware is detected and found to be operating properly, the computer begins to boot; If the hardware is not detected or is not operating properly, the BIOS issues an error message.
The error message may be a text on the display screen and/or a series of coded beeps, depending on the nature of the problem.
The series or pattern of beeps may vary...they may be in a number of long or short beeps or a mixture of long and short beeps, or even one long continuous beep, depending on what type of BIOS is installed.
Since POST runs before the computer's video card is activated or the integrated graphic chip on the main board, it may not be possible to progress to the display screen.
So if an error is detected during the POST it will halt the boot process because the hardware is essential for the computer's functions.
How many beeps do you hear during the initial POST?
You may have a burned out video chip/card; or corrupt drivers; or even an IRQ [Interrupt Request] conflict.
DELL BEEP CODES Beep CodesBeep CodeDescriptionFailure Coverage 1 System Board: BIOS ROM failure System Board, covers
BIOS corruption or ROM error 2 Memory No Memory / RAM detected 3 Chipset Error
(North and South Bridge Chipset DMA/IMR/ Timer Error for Intel platform);
Chipset Error System Board Chipset Failure Time-Of-Day Clock test failure. Gate
A20 failure Super I/O chip failure Keyboard controller test failure. 4 RAM
Read/Write failure Memory failure 5 RTC Power Fail. CMOS battery failure 6 Video
BIOS Test Failure Video card / chip failure 7 CPU Cache Test Failure CPU failure
8 LCD LCD failure
of course you need to check first, is it completely black screen. could be that its not even turning on.lucky if lets say beep feature was set to on . check if you press any buttons, is there any beeping sound. try to even press the playback and check if any icons will appear.or press the lcd button repeatedly and check if something will happen . if not , do power reset. take out the battery and hold the power button for 30sec. its like refreshing the memory of camera.. if still same thing. try changing batteries. camera also turns on by pressing playback button. if all ts fails, camera needs service. could be something wrong with its sensor.
Hi, The problem is actually quite common throughout all camera brands. Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. Or the camera's been dropped with the lens extended. Or the camera has been powered on, but the lens had been blocked preventing its extension. Or the battery ran down with the lens extended. 1.Remove the batteries from the camera, wait a few minutes. Put a fresh set of batteries back in (preferably rechargeable NiMH 2500mah or better) and turn the camera on. If that didn't work, try pressing and holding the Function or OK button while turning the camera on. 2.Remove the batteries, then remove the memory card. Then install new batteries, and turn on the camera.
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when ps3 is in standby (red light on) hold down power button you will here the ps3 beep once and turn on then it will be a 2nd time. as soon as it beeps a 2nd time release the power button. This should re detect your tv.
This usually happens when changing from a/v to hdmi or vice versa.
Two separate problems: Sensor failure and phone communication failure. Most likely, you've not been hooked up to a phone for a while but the system didn't know until it tried to transmit to the monitoring center that you removed a cover on a sensor.
I can tell you how to turn off the panel beeps, "beeps" not only includes the trouble beeps that are driving you crazy, but also the beeps letting you know it's counting down, either when you've just armed it or when you come home right before the alarm sounds.
Open the cover and enter your code using the red numbered buttons inside there. It doesn't beep when you press buttons, so press them well. When you've done it right, it will tell you to choose from the Start Menu. Choose "DELETE". Then, from the Main Menu, choose "OPTION #". Then press DONE. You have now turned off beeps. You haven't fixed anything and that sensor still isn't working but it's not beeping to get your attention now. Press SYSTEM STATUS two times to hear it tell you what's going on.
To turn beeps on again, open cover, enter code and choose ADD > OPTION # > DONE.
does any other monitor work? if not than the video card may be bad. or the settings in the bios may be altered. first try this...unplug the tower, open the case and remove the bios/real time clock (RTC) button cell battery, press the power button to dissipate any voltage that is stored. Re-install the battery, plug tower in and power up. If anything was changed in bios everything would go back to default settings and you would have to enter set up to update date/time etc.
The camera may in fact be hung in voice recording mode, or may in fact have a low voltage error or internal failure. Suggest that you follow this routine. 1 remove batteries and press the on button, nothing should happen. Allow camera to sit for five minutes. 2 remove memory card if one is installed into camera. 3 install two fresh batteries in camera and attempt to power it on. 4. once on set the time and date. attempt to take a photo. then cycle the camera off. Once again power it on and see if the settings remain intact. If it is working then power off and insert the memory card and test again. I have found that allowing the camera batteries to run low and die in the camera cause a series of problems like the one that you have. Always use rechargable batteries of the Nickel metal hydride construction in this camera. This is the only known reliable power source for this camera. Note: camera instructions for this model can not be found on the samsungusa site and you will have to go to http://www.samsungcamera.com to find instructions for this older model.