I just got back after a month abroad and when i turned on my computer it doesnt turn on. The motherboard LEDs show -- which isnt in the user's manual. When turned on all the fans for the CPU,Ram n chassis are working but the computer doesn't turn on. Also when turned on, the computer doesnt make the "beep" sound that means it is on. Can anyone please help me?
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Re: Motherboard message LED message is --
Your motherboard has died .
No beep code explains it all .
LED lights and even fans spins only tells me that your getting power to the motherboard , but No beep code is crucial .
Every motherboard will beep once when your first turn on and beep once again before the Opertional System boots up .
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Carefully double check the connection header pins and the leads that come from the front panel for LEDS indicators and push button switches. The motherboard manual will indicate what the numbering scheme is for the header pins (which pin is #1, etc.) and where they are physically located on the board itself. You may have simply connected one or more switches and indicators to the wrong pin. Getting them straight should solve the problem.
now type: net user käyttäjä
(remember to change the 'käyttäjä' with your own username)
it will show something similiar to this:
C:\Users\Käyttäjä>net user käyttäjä User name Käyttäjä Full Name Comment User's comment Country code 000 (System Default) Account active Yes Account expires Never
Password last set 11.1.2008 11:30:25 Password expires Never Password changeable 11.1.2008 11:30:25 Password required No User may change password Yes
Workstations allowed All Logon script User profile Home directory Last logon 17.2.2008 13:01:20
Logon hours allowed All Local Group Memberships *Administrators Global Group memberships *None The command completed successfully.
Note I bolded the LOCAL GROUP MEMBERSHIPS. Seems I have administrator rights in my pc. how about yours?
Turn it on and when all the LEDs light up, THEN press the Go button. One or more LEDs will stay lit and the others will be off. Look in the user manual (you can find it online at the Brothers site if you don't have one). There is a chart in the Troubleshooting section that will tell you what problem your particluar combination of "lit" buttons indicates. It may suggest fixes, or depending on the problem, tell you to see a repair person.