I also jst got new ram and psu, but my comp does not make that beep at startup nore does the keyboard and cd drive light come on or work. I had my computer off for almost a month. Thnaks!!! 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). http://metafliter.com/turn-on/my-computer-won-t-turn-on.html
Download a free program called Aida32. Where Windows XP might have stopped in its tracks when faced with this problem, modern versions of Windows will try to automatically run Startup Repair. cleaned the terminals - still nothing tried the touch test on the processor - get HOT!!! everything is stock, no mods. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-27227-computer-powers-on-but-does-not-boot
Report madmax› DJ AKSHAY - Dec 3, 2009 at 07:33 PM I tried the eraser, no luck. Took out battery, put it back in...fired back up.What is going on? If you live in FL I owe you a beer. You helped so many others.
Report sruman- Jan 18, 2009 at 04:11 PM I did the other test, CPU warmed up. And we even manually tried to place drivers on. Does it give the continuous beep sounds? Computer Won't Boot Windows 10 During taking it apart I also clean it...
I have a Asus A8NVM CSM motherboard, AMD Athlon 3500+ x64 porcessor and 1 GB DDR RAM. Well, here is how to proceed: You'll need an eraser, I guess you know what this is. now everything is working fine. The specs of the machine are Made by Optima Computer, 384mb sdram (1X128mb+1X256mb), 1.6GHZ pentium 4 cpu, ASUS P4B-MX Motherboard.
This goes for the power adapter you may be using for your tablet or laptop as well.How To Fix a Computer That Shows No Sign of PowerNote: Don't worry about the My Computer Wont Turn On And Beeps I hope so, I really like that computer, but again, the more I read about the P5N T Deluxe, the more I'm not liking it. The processor you are using, did you receive it along with your motherboard? Please try again.
I pulled the old drive's connections completely (although it's still in the system atm), and guess what? check that Has anyone ever had the same problem, and knows what I might check? Computer Not Powering On It seems to me that you have had a virus attack. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen If it's a software problem, you may be able to fix it by performing a Startup Repair operation.
I wait and wait. have a peek at these guys Power button wires connected to wrong pins on motherboard. Report juanfixespcs- Oct 13, 2009 at 07:21 AM Reformat the harddrive and reinstall windows. Not even the initial screen anymore. Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On
For example, malware or a buggy driver may be loading at boot and causing the crash, or your computer's hardware may be malfunctioning. If you can’t get the drive going again, it’s time to start afresh with a new hard drive or laptop, and hope that you have a recent backup of your important Wayne Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Feb 19, 2009 at 11:20 PM Make the Processor test, remove the CPU fan and check over here I'm going out of my mind here, 3 days ago, I restarted my PC and had all the wonderful symptoms of the other people in this forum, I researched all the
If this dosn't work try listening to the hard drive and see if it's making strange noises. Pc Wont Boot To Bios Report gerad- Aug 7, 2009 at 10:24 PM I also have this same problem... I was astounded and would give it a try.
By going throgh ur suggestion of eraser trick on memory card , it started functioning well. This component changes the direct current (DC) coming from the battery or power supply to an alternating current required by the screen. When I start my computer up I see the motherboard logo and then it attempts to boot up windows but its no good. Laptop Not Booting Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Apr 27, 2009 at 11:02 AM Well dear, I suspect a motherboard failure.
I tried your steps and got it working. Report rr_sookoo- Mar 11, 2010 at 02:08 AM First off, I'd like to compliment you on your vast knowledge, DJ. Please try again now or at a later time. Ask a new question Read More CPUs Computers Boot Related Resources Won't Boot Need help with the initial boot of my first computer build New build won't boot Computer Won't Boot
Report k.stalker- May 4, 2009 at 05:22 AM hi dj bin a while old mobo done bought a new 1 but to get the ram workin I had to put it 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 can something be killing the memory? Let me know and I'd be happy to include the information here. Is your computer still not showing anything on the monitor?
Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jan 24, 2009 at 01:40 AM Yes, you can buy any P4 compatible cooler fan for Since it only had 2 beeps is that a bad sign? Could two memory cards go bad at once? can something be killing the memory?
Re-connect your Hard Disk by connecting back the cables and power on the PC. What I want to know is if it necessarily means that my cpu is broken or is it possible that the motherboard is broken which causes the cpu not to start. Try to check if in the attempt to try inserting the memory in the slot, you did not damage a PIN in the slot itself. 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.
Report wadd 11Posts Wednesday February 18, 2009Registration date March 4, 2009 Last seen - Feb 20, 2009 at 08:47 AM How do you reset the bios? if yes what is the best option. I press the CAPS and Num Lock keys and no light from my keyboard; could that be a motherboard problem? Well, it's not magic.
Is there a battery in the computer that is running down, and should be changed or something? Report sruman 5Posts Wednesday January 14, 2009Registration date January 31, 2009 Last seen - Jan 15, 2009 at 05:08 PM okay. If it still won't power on at all, it's possible you disconnected a power cable inside its case. There's also a fuse inside the PSU itself, but it will require you to remove it from your PC and then remove the metal case to check if that's the problem.
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