With reservations, I'll throw this in, since the first post described one condition with the PC running with no video. I'm sure we'll get it running for you. There is no sure-fire way to test this theory short of blowing a second power supply or spending money on a low end graphics card. New ATI Radeon 9650 and PC won't even boot-up.
Just check your case to see. Thinking this was a bios issue, I adjusted the order which the system boots, disabling the network setting and listing the HDD to no. 1. Good to see you are getting a chance to do what you do best. I've booted from that drive a few ways and I get the same problem with it just sitting at the "starting windows" screen.
If you ever need to change your power supply, either now because of this problem or for any reason in the future, you may be able do so with any good Hercules02 15:06 10 Jul 13 Hello Press Man Its a desktop pc, running Windows Vista Home Premium. D is the recovery drive for HP on most machines. I have been on line reading and reading and this is what I can summize but since I am not an expert....really am not sure.
I think this sort of thing was bound to happen with your computer eventually, unfortunately. if you cant get to a cmd prompt that way. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as I have both items on target on ebay and the auctions end soon. http://club.myce.com/f7/my-daughters-pc-wont-boot-anymore-help-216294/ When dealing with the RAM you can snap each one in and out 4 or 5 times.
solved PC Shut off while playing a game, now it won't turn on. my personal opinion is dont jump to a clean install or restore right away, problem might be fixable. thx bro just a visit donetao said: ↑ OK! Level 4 Joined: Dec 21, 2014 Messages: 186 Likes Received: 219 vindiesel said: ↑ Hi friend, check the RAM, if you have two memories removes one, leave one, if it does
Did you create a system repair disc? http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/computer-wont-boot-after-restart-pressed-4240409/ Quick Tip Without meaning to, you may click a link that installs malware on your computer. Downloading torrents is not necessarily safe nor legal, since gathering torrents from unknown users exposes the recipient to increased threat of malware, IMO. Thanks KW Dec 25, 2009 #3 almcneil TS Guru Posts: 1,277 kw6364 said: ↑ Do you think that I should replace the PSU first and see if all of the
Clean off all thermal residue and apply new thermal compound sparingly. Report • #3 OtheHill May 25, 2011 at 13:18:00 If the computer is custom built you can enter the BIOS (setup) screens by tapping the Del key at start up. It was sitting for a few weeks because we had to relocate it in her new room. Do I need some sort of Boot disc and how do you get/use that?
Now the computer won't boot. The OP has either solved their problem or is AWOL from MT. by robsta76 / December 13, 2009 11:25 PM PST In reply to: I have a similar Acer. They refer me back to the recovery partition on my hard drive.
nissimezra New Member Joined: Apr 3, 2014 Messages: 1,457 Likes Received: 4,628 donetao said: ↑ Hi! Join the community here, it only takes a minute. I tried 2 other power supplies, I get nothin on the screen and hear no beeps.
Remove the battery and AC power. Attempt to boot notebook. But...When the computer booted after the installation, the screen went black then it popped up with 'Broadcom - cannot connect to Network'. Any help to identify the exact problem and help me out to get this baby working...would be greatly appreciated. :wave: Dec 25, 2009 #1 almcneil TS Guru Posts: 1,277 Sounds
the hit esc and save changes and restart. Jun 16, 2005 Please HELP !! I hope it all goes well. Report • #5 mickliq May 25, 2011 at 13:29:06 Temporarily unplug the card reader & see what happens.
Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... When the laptop finished the recovery from these dvd's I created, the HDD wouldn't load... You don't necessarily need an exact fit. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
if so that will not work at all you have to set it up as a secondary drive and go into windows on that pcs boot drive.I would try a known by R. Probably not. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 15, 2009 1:04 AM PST In reply to: Try the recovery discs again?
This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Report • #13 OtheHill May 26, 2011 at 05:01:12 Sorry to hear that you need to replace the motherboard. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. I figured what the heck since I am having issues with finding an exact match for the PSU and it seems to be powering up.......so I threw the hard drive in
Geoff Stevens entered the IT industry in 1979 as a COBOL programmer. That's true! Repeat steps 1 & 2 and reconnect the HDD then reboot. This drains all power from the notebook and forced the hardware to reinitialize.
This was before I got your suggestions above so it seems to have fixed itself! Level 4 Joined: Dec 21, 2014 Messages: 186 Likes Received: 219 Hi donetao.
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