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Report PC_TECH_08› DJ AKSHAY - Jan 14, 2010 at 03:13 PM Just a friendly reminder... " If you have purchased new parts, they cannot be faulty... " This is not and very thankful to you Report Arash- Jul 26, 2009 at 02:52 AM Hi Ashkay, HOwru mate I need ur help Actually I started my PC today morning and it said "Power HAHAHAHAHAHHA- Mar 19, 2009 at 11:31 PM Florida, USA. Hahaha. check my blog

This component changes the direct current (DC) coming from the battery or power supply to an alternating current required by the screen. The motherboard is an MSI 945GCM478 (socket 478) with a P4 3.2 Ghz hyperthreading CPU. Führen Sie die folgenden Schritte durch, um ein Problem zu beheben, bei dem ein Notebook nicht eingeschaltet wird: Stellen Sie sicher, dass der Akku vollständig geladen ist Entfernen Sie den Akku, Sorry it's so long, I'm having multiple issues here I guess. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-27227-computer-powers-on-but-does-not-boot

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Any views, opinions, suggestions ???? If you are using Windows Vista or XP, you'll need to boot from the installation disc to access the Startup Repair tools.[3] You can open the Advanced Startup menu by repeatedly Has 4 slots.

While I have some pretty good and basic knowledge, based mostly on experience and learning from places like this site -- I certainly do not consider myself a geek by HTG Thanks! Recognizes HDD as primary boot device (master) & even the SSD solved my emachine d620 won't boot up eventhough the power button is lit. My Computer Wont Turn On And Beeps Double-check, too, that the charger is the right one for your laptop.

Back to top #11 possumbarnes possumbarnes Members 330 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Tennessee, USA Local time:05:03 PM Posted 30 May 2009 - 01:24 PM You video card is where the monitor Computer Won't Boot Windows 7 Any help would be greatly appreciated.--Ray Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: My computer turns on, but won't boot up.....sometimes. If you have one, the Windows DVD can be used, but otherwise you can download (using another computer – obviously) a rescue disc image and either burn it to a CD I got a lot of files that need backing up, lol.

I also took out the RAM and placed it in another slot and I even took out CMOS battery and placed it again, but all of no use. Pc Wont Boot To Bios I reassembled my pc, and it runs fine but send nothing to my monitor. If you can't access the Advanced Startup menu, you may have a problem with your hardware. HOWEVER, I install Ubuntu on that drive and it boots up fine.

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He asked me if the printers had card readers - which they both do - and asked if the printers are always on - which they are. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/230352/my-computer-turns-on-but-wont-boot-up/ Report GeeZee› DJ AKSHAY - Sep 3, 2009 at 10:08 PM Hi Dj AKSHAY I am having a similar problem, however none of these things tend to work. Pc Not Turning On When I start my computer up I see the motherboard logo and then it attempts to boot up windows but its no good. Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On Check if this is working because this is the source power which gives display on your motherboard.

Startup repair may suggest performing a System restore, or you can select it from the main Repair menu. http://mffonline.com/turns-on/computer-turns-on-then-off.php Back to top #9 Hugh1985 Hugh1985 Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:San Antonio,Tx Local time:04:03 PM Posted 30 May 2009 - 11:18 AM Also, did you boot it If you hear this then your motherboard is fine. Just to verify the monitor is working. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen

So I pressed the power button to shut it down, restarted everything went fine till I was logged in, then the screen goes black again. In these cases you have little option than to rely on the help of individuals or companies that do have these resources.Note: See the last tip below for information on getting Do you have any suggestions? news Put them back in and no monitor shows, just the test screen that says it is working properly.

One day we suddenly got a BSOD. Laptop Not Booting In this case, you may want to insert Windows installation or recovery media and run the Startup Repair operation. The screen is blank.

Go under Boot Settings/ (for some models you need to go to Advanced Options to find Boot Settings) Make sure that the first boot device is your H.D.D.

In the end, I tried the eraser not really beliving it would make the computer work, but I didn't have much to lose and THANK GOD I DID IT!!! I cant get into the recovery options, I cant boot from disc it just wont budge.. May Unless its the hard drive. Laptop Turns On But Screen Is Black Could this also be a battery problem.

Open up the case, and try to read the model number from the motherboard. 2. Wird geladen... So is this a memory card, PSU or Motherboard fault? - please help. More about the author Hard drives are a common issue.

Took them out and put the old 128's back. Does it heat up when you remove the fan and press the power switch on your casing. If you're lucky, one of these steps may fix your software problem and allow you to boot Windows normally. Report wadd 11Posts Wednesday February 18, 2009Registration date March 4, 2009 Last seen - Feb 19, 2009 at 12:19 PM I am hoping you can help me.

HAHAHAHAHAHHA› DJ AKSHAY - Mar 17, 2009 at 09:42 PM My god you are a genius. If Startup Repair fixes something, it is highly recommended to run it at least two more times before trying to boot normally. Most of your cookie-cutter computers (dell, hp, gateway, emachines, etc) have the video built into the motherboard. by R.

RESET CMOS, REMOVING MEMORY, UNPLUGGING ALL DEVICES, REMOVING CMOS BATTERY, TRIED POWER SUPPLY IN ANOTHER SYSTEM AND IT WORKED, TRIED ANOTHER MEMORY, but nothing happened. And we even manually tried to place drivers on. A few days ago, I thought I would give it another try before buying another computer at Christmas (yes, I have to wait until Christmas :o ) and search on the Article How to Turn on iTunes Match: Setting up Your iPhone for iCloud List 3 Easy Ways to Clear CMOS (Reset BIOS) Article What is a POST Code? (Power On Self

Since I had originally been able to boot into safe mode, I was leaning towards the problem being more software or driver-related -- but in this case, I would have never when I boot up I get the microsoft (MS) page with the timer. Video Warnings As with any device that plugs into wall current, if during testing you smell ozone or burnt plastic, or hear a "popping" or arcing noise, unplug the device immediately. If reseating everything doesn't help, then take every expansion card that's installed out (except for your video card if the video isn't on the motherboard) and try booting it up like

Then turn on the PC. what causes it? Then start hooking things back up one at a time until it fails (power off of course). PLEASE help me im at the end of things to try!!!!

Report cpoluk- Feb 13, 2009 at 03:59 PM Reading what you said about finding out if the processor is good. You are just more than a magician!