Restart one time more, I reach the bios and the it goes black again. You will need to replace it. I can access the hard drive if I use a vista restore disk, then run repair (which it says its a hareware problem cant repair this problem). In many tightly fitted cases, it’s possible to cause damage to sensitive components simply by applying mechanical stress to ports. check over here
This is usually indicated by the lack of a beep and a failure message, or by a series of beeps to indicate an error code. Operating System Not Found or BOOTMGR 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 Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Mar 23, 2009 at 04:29 AM Do you have an internal speaker connected to the motherboard. Look up your motherboard's manufacturer and find the beep code translations. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2750285/computer-boot-motherboard-power.html
After backup, perform a FULL FORMAT with the hard disk. If your hard drive is not showing up, try replacing the cable inside the computer. 4 Open the computer. in the end I have formatted the drive & installed vista again. Popped everything together with a new power supply and again, the same results - HDD light comes on and stays solid, all fans work, same old story.
Common Problems Faulty or loose cable BIOS/UEFI errors Defective motherboard Simple Tools Motherboard tester: I don’t use these, but they can provide error codes if the motherboard is defective. That's because the motherboard never receives the command to do so if you press the power button when the wire isn't connected to the proper pins on your motherboard. Took out the memory sticks and no beeps. These exist because the motherboard can short if it makes contact with other metallic components.
Couldn't do/see anything. The text displayed was as follows: Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG, An Energy Star Ally Copyright (C) 1984-2007, Award Sortware, Inc. A light is glowing alright on monitor and it says check CPU I checked with my wire connections and even tried with a new power supply wire to cpu but things http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261814-31-computer-boot-motherboard-solved Simple solution for a seemingly complex problem! <3 Report Lonewolf- Jun 29, 2012 at 03:12 PM Thank you so very much!!!!
I suggest augmenting his article with James’s. Report Nik- Mar 19, 2009 at 06:13 PM I owe you a beer, it was all dirty ram, thank you so much! Non-conductive surface: Some builders use cardboard. Then turn on the PC.
Click here for instructions on reinstalling Windows Vista. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-computer-wont-boot-motherboard.783105/ When I the power button on my PC this morning the POST screen only went so far and hung. However, rarely do I encounter defective motherboards. now everything is working fine.
Frank4d, Dec 25, 2008 #3 tmetford Thread Starter Joined: Apr 8, 2008 Messages: 56 Hi and thanks for being around today! check my blog My apologies for a call for HELP if anyone is out there now! 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. Bent motherboard: Overtightening the screws that anchor the motherboard to the case can cause the board to bend, which may be irreparable.
PC Speaker: If you don’t have a speaker in your computer case, these can plug directly into the motherboard and provide “beep” error codes. The colour which you will see is a pair of 2 yellow and 2 black wires next to each other. I ran a registry cleaner last night & when it was finished I went through the steps to shut it down but I left before the process had completed. this content Are there any other test to do, or things to look for that may have come "undone" during transit?
Finally, make sure your motherboard isn’t actually defective. A hard drive problem wouldn't give you beeps, but an error message in the POST. Put in just the new memory Boom!
I tried your steps and got it working. I read somewhere that these beeps tell you whats wrong. This means that BIOS detects the two O.D.D. Improperly installing a processor is much more difficult, but worth checking if you’re really stumped.
Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Feb 16, 2009 at 02:26 AM If you are getting access to the BIOS then the Report devonl- Nov 27, 2009 at 04:46 AM Awesome advice DJ Akshay, your advice worked perfectely - you saved me alot of money and frustration ! Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-computer/solved-computer-ignores-my-set-bios-boot-sequence.html If anything has come loose, there's a chance that it's disrupting the POST sequence.
Its 2 years old and has been fine until recently. The laptop is Acer Aspire 3500, with serial number LXAXE0C00870501F642534, AMDSampron 1.8MHtz. See the above sections for troubleshooting your boot issues. 2 Select "Repair Your Computer" or "Launch Startup Repair". Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 0 Unanswered Questions What do I do if my PC won't boot?
I have a P5N MB. Ensure that the cables that connect your power supply (the box that your power cable is attached to) to your motherboard are securely connected. 6 Test your power supply. After using the eraser trick my PC restarts as it should and no longer needs multiple power on/off to boot. I selected option 'repair windows environment' Then after loading and 2 screens that flashed - I got a black screen with white writing, a little down the screen it said something
Read More (preboot environment) for errors. Good luck! If this does not work then I suspect the motherboard is faulty. I really believe that if I buy another memory, I can get it to work long enough to pull off my info. 2.
So I took out the 128's and left them out turned it on and ONLY 2 beeps sounded and then nothing. If you have a dedicated graphics card, try removing it and plugging your monitor into your motherboard's display connection. Disconnect everything 2. You're the best!
I have a acer e380. and possible some corrupt files in Windows operating system are causing this error. Well, what I can say is that it can be that the other motherboard was faulty. Then after about 2 secs it beeps, 2 secs later it beeps again and keeps doing this until I turn it off.