Marios That is very interesting. If you can give me some more info I can help you more. If you didn't, well, this is an very expensive way to learn that lesson. Everything I had stored on the PC is still there, and I see no problems aside from the monitor. .劉煒 ""A New World Man"" Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Here, Now Registered: http://metafliter.com/my-laptop/my-laptop-does-not-boot.html
SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Laptop Spiller Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Oct 29, 2005Posts: 7 Posted: Tue Nov 01, 2005 4:48 pm Hello, guys. Use the cdkey from the bottom of the computer. It ll eithe directly go into safe mode or boot to this screen ... Choose the option you desire ... (Or reset the pc in the troubleshoot option)A Refresh will suffice find more info
I just hope I don't have to buy a new hard drive, I just want Windows 7 to work without a problem m 0 l marios50 December 15, 2010 4:06:00 I talked to my roommate today and he has accidental insurance. If you take the hard drive that came with the new laptop out and just use your old hard drive, it should operate just like your old computer.
ModeratorMAGZine5 years [email protected]: There should be an error in the list somewhere. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Welcome to the Ars OpenForum. Liquid spills (as .milFox can attest, considering he's been the victim of one) are often very difficult and/or expensive to repair. It all depends on how it was set up on the laptop.
I am... only goes to bios screen! Everything works great, except for one biggy, I am currently connected up to an external monitor, because when I started up my laptop after 4 days of drying by a fan, https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/bsod-now-it-won-t-boot-can-t-access-bios-setup-urgent-285288/ And then it restarted, but it hung up on the Acer boot screen.
This will only work if your hard drive is one of the newer serial drives. I'm hoping it can be repaired and I hope its not a ridiculous amount to fix. There is a way that you can retrieve the information of your hard drive but it will require buying some extra hardware. I've been lurking for a few months for answer to general tech support issues and it seems if anyone can help with this issue they can definitely be found on this
It asks for an image.Usually there is a recovery partition with a factory image. http://www.tested.com/forums/pc-and-mac/11326-urgent-pc-help-wont-boot/ Expect to pay about 100 - 150.00 or so if it's a Dell. This will take you to the Windows Startup Settings screenNote: If ALT+CTRL+DEL does not work, restart your system, hold SHIFT key and keep pressing F8 key before Windows starts up to m 0 l marios50 December 16, 2010 10:45:07 AM like you are now you cannot.you must do it from another computer.
You can buy an external hard drive enclosure for about $10-15 from newegg.com or a local Fry's or Microcenter if you have a store like that near by. check my blog But with lost of other tools too....)After downloading the OS, install it in a pen drive using Universal USB Installer....Download UUI:http://www.pendrivelinux.com/uni...Installing instructions:Select the last option which says something like (unknown or F16PilotJumper "Mars or Bust" Ars Praefectus Tribus: SoCal Registered: Oct 13, 2003Posts: 5732 Posted: Thu Nov 03, 2005 3:00 pm A friend of mine spilled Root Beer all over her Thinkpad.... I also tried using the Windows 7 CD.
Connect the external hard drive to a working computer and you will be able to retrieve your files. Marios m 0 l reaper2794 December 16, 2010 2:58:38 AM How do you format fully though? you should be fine if you have any questions feel free to ask. http://metafliter.com/my-laptop/my-laptop-wont-start-up.html Laptop was fixed but now crashed again can anyone help?Thanks PaulKemp5 years [email protected]: I donno.
Hopefully you had the forsight to immediately unplug the machine and remove the battery. I know for a fact the lightning bolt always used to flicker during boot and normal use as i know its suppose too. Worst I saw was a Dr.Pepper spilled all through the keyboard and mobo of a laptop.
Maybe youll get some pointers to what is the error.I would backup everything you now need, then get a clean copy from windows somewhere. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Dell laptop wont boot to windows after regedit mistake W8 in General Support Hi everyone, this is my 1st post. If you saw it shutoff and won't power on...
If you have another computer you can try these things. 1: but an external hard drive enclosure. I would think MS-DOS would do a good job since it's like a root system and all. Then stand the laptop on a couple of books or something similar to allow air to ventilate the laptop. http://metafliter.com/my-laptop/my-laptop-just-won-t-boot-at-all-since-it-started.html Laptop Spiller Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Oct 29, 2005Posts: 7 Posted: Sat Oct 29, 2005 11:10 am Ok.
IF and only if it tells you there is a read error, run the 3rd test. If its Windows XP then there is no problem.If its Windows Vista or Windows 7, the data in your user file might be encrypted. I was able to see the whole computer boot (not just the login screen after boot) everything's going amazing now expect for the fact that this one is a dual core You MIGHT be okay.
Please understand that I'm not making any accusations nor am I making any assumptions but am merely pointing out how I have seen this error fixed and what had caused it.A
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