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A subscribed internet connnection would likely have been the providers responsibility. Once, the devices appear to be in functioning conditions as usual only has a remote signal compromise, contacting the service internet provider should resolve the issue. Also, the provider of the signals usually a remote computer would require to reconnect to your computer in processes discussed. Once informing the admistrator of the remote computer, your systems would require powering of completely, thereafter, the remote server computer searches to acquire the devices requiring reestablishement. Shortly thereafter your systems of computers modems are powered back on to ascertain the new settings of signals. The condition would have been caused by the remote computers replacement of devices where their disconnection causes yours to disconnect. However, the subscriber has to reach to the provider for reestablsiment unless notification of the shortage is being communicated with an alternate arrangement least yet arrived. Contact the internet provider. Goodluck
If there a separate AGP Video Card in the system? If so, is there also a VGA connector on the motherboard? If you have both, try swapping the screen over to the other one. You may have reset the default video card back to the motherboard.
However, it looks as though you are using onboard video as you appear to be using 256Mb shared RAM for the video memory as your total should be 1536Mb.
In that case, you may need to do a rurther BIOS reset. You can find the complete instructions here
How do you reset the remote, alarm. I have a scytek two way security alarm, remote start. I can lock and unlock my vehicle, however the remote start and alarm won't work. When I press the middle button to have the car start it just beeps, and when I lock my car it just locks it doesn't beep to let me know the alarm is on.
Please advise, do I need another alarm, or just reset it.
Use a 12 volt DC test light, or a DC voltmeter & probe until you find one wire/terminal that has power constantly, whether key is on or off. That's the one to join it to, for your memory. Your radio power wire will go to the other unless you want to be able to have your radio working all the time when you turn it on, regardless of whether key is on,or accessory position, and if that's your preference, join it to same.
The blue screen means that you have lost signal. If the set don't have signal for so long it turns itself off. "power saver feature" Check all connections or replace cables, If that don't work the signal board may be going bad.