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I think it have something to do with the discharge of the capacitors but I'm no electronic expert.. Reply Anonymous April 22, 2016 at 9:09 pm # Loose! Being somewhat of a hardware guy, I would suggest a few more diagnostics, but before I do, let's address your case power switch. I then changed the cd-rom to see if that was the problem but the problem remains. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-turn-on-automatic-updates.html

now everything is working fine. I checked all the connections and I checked for dust, but nothing worked. Ensure PCI-E power leads are correctly connected if required by your GPU. Ever worry that by tightening a screw down on those little dots they may get scratched and ruin your "pristine" MB?I had a client who went and found special plastic washers

No mouse and no keyboard. Now its not booting up any CP, I tried the BIOS settings to read DVD RW first and saved the settings, powered on the laptop but same thing happened. How to Easily Troubleshoot Blue Screen & Other Issues Windows 8 isn't perfect.

I mean, bios was frozen at startup, no moniter, drives, no usb nothing, and then the eraser. If this does not work then I suspect the motherboard is faulty. thank you so much Report Ross› DJ AKSHAY - Feb 24, 2009 at 11:24 AM Hi, I was hoping to fix a laptop (Acer Travelmate 4101WLMi) and I have read all By going throgh ur suggestion of eraser trick on memory card , it started functioning well.

Is there any way I can determine if it is definitely the MB, or did a wire come loose during shipping? Hope this will help someone else . Wayne Report kamleshdj› DJ AKSHAY - Jul 18, 2009 at 12:44 PM hey akshay,wats up??look I really nid ur help..i'm frm mauritius too.i am having the problem too also...pc boots,bu no http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/laptop/how-fix-pc-that-wont-boot-3528959/ When I finished, I powered up the PC, all I am seeing now is the manufacturer's logo.

PC's are so power efficient that it doesn't use that much extra power to keep it running. It seems she ran a popular system-maintenance utility, and the next time she started Vista the machine just cycled between the Vista "Please wait" screen and a blank screen. I don't hear the startup beep. It would only have to do this when the machine is powered off, so even if that were half the time, you'd be looking at a lifespan of 4-6 years.

Not sure what to tell you. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1812101/posting-display-power-power-button.html ur solution Helped me tooo.. :) my faulty pci modem was the traitor.. :) Report JohnWayne- Apr 25, 2009 at 07:55 PM I Have a HP Pavillion A1600n that has a It's a fine line and sometimes hard to tell.Note: If your computer won't start and you see a blue screen flash or remain on the screen, you're experiencing a Blue Screen of I believe you have got a new memory card so I understand that this cannot be faulty.

Check your video connection Video Cables Explained: Difference Between VGA, DVI, and HDMI Ports Video Cables Explained: Difference Between VGA, DVI, and HDMI Ports There are so many video cables out http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-run-exe.html Some time ago I removed the power cable from me pc when I was on vecation. Report justine0409- Jun 29, 2009 at 09:23 PM ive tried to pres the casp lock.. Pull the power cable from the power supply, and keep the power supply switch in the "on" position for a minute or so.

the boot and reset light just stays on when I turn on the system, no picture, no sound...WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM. I was laughing at the eraser on memory idea when you mentioned it, but then I saw others fixing their similar problems with it. Make sure the cable is not lose. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-turn-my-account-out-of-limited.html So you could only need to clean it if it getting dusty inside.

If a virus is causing the problem, use a rescue disc from an anti-virus provider as this will include scanning tools which can find and remove the malware. But due to work, I only get time at night to help you people out. In some cases you will receive an alert on your POST screen stating your CPU overheated the next time you turn on your computer.

If everything seems to be going, what is stopping it from booting up?

Pop the battery and hold the powerbutton for a while. That’s bad for obvious reasons, so computers are built to shut down before that occurs. Advertisement Latest Giveaways UHANS U300 Review and Giveaway UHANS U300 Review and Giveaway Google Home Review and Giveaway Google Home Review and Giveaway Panasonic Lumix DMC-G80/G85 Review and Giveaway Panasonic Lumix About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.com - Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help

Also try running the software as an administrator and, if issues still continue and the program is quite old, try enabling Windows compatibility mode How to Run Old Games & Software 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. Interesting thought. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-boot-hp-pavilion-windows-xp-desktop-error-code-hd521-2w.html One day we suddenly got a BSOD.

Read More , a common Windows error screen that appears when a critical system fault occurs. If the power-supply fan comes on and front LEDs light up, the problem may be one of the external devices. This means the cpu is bad? I went to log off and it died.

I took them out and tried to put in a 512 and a 256 but found they were NOT the right ones. Try testing the volt output on the adaptor pin which connects into the laptop with the help of a voltmeter. Have you performed the processor test? I read the rest of the posts and know that you are really the best.

Components not installed or seated properly. Remove memory, graphics card and CPU and reinstall, checking for any bent pins on the CPU and CPU socket. CD drive runs fine removed the CMOS battery power is fine screen is fine fan runs fine keyboard works fine changes the BIOS setting switched off USB legacy & wireless nothing Thank you again for taking the time to help so many people. (lurkers included).

You are very particular and build your system just so.