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My back-up PC, which I keep for XP reasons, worked fine when last I left it, however when I came back to it today the mouse, keyboard, and monitor were not For example, if something overwrote your Windows drive's boot sector, this will repair the boot sector. Ask ! is there any advise u can offer me. http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-won-39-t/my-computer-wont-boot-up-anything-at-all.html

Only had 1 notch in the gold pins instead of 2 notches like the old 128 had. When you replace the fan,you'll find your PC working just the way it was before... Cleaned the 128's again put them back in and powered on again and still no monitor. because im having the same problem (amd athlon xp 3000 +) please email me on at Email Id removed for security thanks. http://www.wikihow.com/Figure-out-Why-a-Computer-Won't-Boot

Computer Won't Boot Windows 10

Thanks Arash Report chris mccall- Aug 21, 2009 at 03:31 PM Hi There I so hope you can help me. Nothing would work. If this also does not work then you need to purchase another memory card because if the above fails then you know this one is faulty. Cambiar a otro idioma: Català | Euskara | Galego | Ver todo Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Spanish (Spain).

Everytime I plug the system or power it on, the green power light comes on in front and both the system and CPU fan run on high and nothing is displayed Connections all look good. Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Mar 2, 2009 at 09:45 AM The 2 beeps are in relation to the graphics card. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen Flag as...

If this doesn't help at all, you may want to reinstall Windows or perform a Refresh or Reset on Windows 8. PCMech 265.607 visualizaciones 4:04 Cargando más sugerencias... Make sure the laptop battery has some charge in it. Thanks in advance Report Goyza- Apr 17, 2009 at 12:01 PM Clean it?

Check over the wire itself, as power supplies get beaten up, especially if you carry them everywhere. Pc Wont Boot To Bios Report A.C.- Jul 3, 2009 at 10:20 PM Hey dj I tried all of those steps and I still have my problem do you have any other suggestions beside getting a Disconnect all external devices, including monitors, cameras and so on. Report navyguy› DJ AKSHAY - Jan 16, 2010 at 11:18 AM ERASER TRICK WORKED FOR ME.

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Windows Freezes or Crashes During Boot RELATED ARTICLETroubleshoot Startup Problems with Startup Repair Tool in Windows 7 & Vista If Windows seems to start booting but fails partway through, you may you can try this out The guy told me that sometimes the computer (Windows) will view those open card reader slots as an extra hard drive and will wait for a response of some sort. Computer Won't Boot Windows 10 Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Mar 23, 2009 at 04:19 AM Hello friend, Sorry for late reply. Computer Won't Turn On pyroflame1350Dec 30, 2010, 8:07 AM k so with everything connected except hard drive, it will boot to splash screen n the bios is functional.

Starting Windows Normally. Following these steps should fix the vast majority of Windows boot issues -- at least the ones that are actually fixable. Report Subham- Oct 20, 2009 at 01:50 AM Hi Akshay, I found all your repeated response on this forum.Thats really helpful.Thanks for all this.I have similar problem with my PC.As you I almost threw the white flag up with my hp pc because it was having the same problem. Laptop Won't Boot

Back to top #6 Artrooks Artrooks Members 1,463 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New York Local time:08:18 AM Posted 05 February 2013 - 01:53 PM Hello,Do you have the Windows 7 Installation Help - XP won\'t boot past XP splash screen Help - XP won't boot past XP splash screen solved PC won't boot past BIOS splash screen after putting in graphics card Press F8 as your laptop is starting up and you’ll get a menu offering to boot into Safe Mode. http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-won-39-t/my-computer-wont-boot.html It is so slow it's frozen.

I have made sure everything is plugged in, and tried plugging it into different outlets. Computer Not Powering On Only a motherboard having a corrupt BIOS does like what you have just explained. 1 solution would be sending it back to ASUS to repair it and they will send it Report tinker- Jan 22, 2009 at 08:14 AM I have an old Gateway computer (2001) with a similar problem.

I believe you have a separate vga card, not onboard otherwise you would not hear the 2 beeps.

I know nothing about motherboards and I fix my CPU by myself following your advice with the eraser.... Report An eraser!!!!!! Now sitting at the command prompt, enter the following command and then press enter: bootrec.exe /FixMbr If successful, you should be greeted with the message The operation completed successfully.  That's it!  Your Master My Laptop Wont Start Up Just A Black Screen Answer this question Flag as...

Edited by dc3, 06 February 2013 - 11:32 AM. Don’t open any unknown file types, or download programs from pop-ups that appear in your browser. Please throw some of your astute brain cells my way and see if you could shed some light here? By going throgh ur suggestion of eraser trick on memory card , it started functioning well.

To change your active partition back using the Windows 7 recovery disc or Installation DVD, follow the steps below. Edited by hamluis, 24 February 2013 - 09:25 AM. You'll see a list which will display your system partition. (this is an example list)

Partition 1 OEM 39 MB Partition 2 Primary 750 MB Partition 3 Primary 297 GB   < select hopefully this helps someone else.

If still you get this hanging error then the memory card needs to be changed. Has 4 slots. After backup, perform a FULL FORMAT with the hard disk. I though I had fried my graphic card slot or even the motherboard.

If I leave the system in the same condition for 5-7 minutes, then press the restart button, the system boots. I was in panic but the eraser on the ram works a charm! The beep occurs when the cards are out. Reviews are there to tell you what faults this motherboard might have during use.

PCs PC power supplies can also be problematic. Here’s a full guide to making and using a rescue disc. I recently wiped my HD and installed Linux alone (formerly a dual-boot set-up) with Win7 in a VM. It can also be that the Windows is corrupt (some files missing), it might be that you have a bad sector in the hard disk and windows is not being able

little gold bars move to other end of the timer then I get a reboot. I have removed the ram and reseated same result. Cargando... Are there any other test to do, or things to look for that may have come "undone" during transit?

Started by The Ninja , Feb 03 2013 02:24 PM Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next Please log in to reply 31 replies to this topic #1 The Ninja Give me feedback on the above for me to be able to help you further but don't worry, I have seen all kinds of problems in my life. but after a few seconds everything stops working and my screen stays black.