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Normally a faulting PCI modem causes this type of error. I believe if the hard disk is good, you should re-install the Windows. I was astounded and would give it a try. Reply Peter ledwith16 October 2016 at 11:13Permalink Concidering these things arnt cheap…..its not good.

The MoBo looks physically intact and I've tested RAMs on the other laptop. Your advice helped me fix my computer. Do you think the power supply might also be bad? Once you press the on button nothing happens, so I keep turning on and off but no dice.

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The one which students use. Only had 1 notch in the gold pins instead of 2 notches like the old 128 had. After a while the integrated ATI X600 chipset is getting warm... If you live in FL I owe you a beer.

After backup, perform a FULL FORMAT with the hard disk. I guess next time I upgrade my motherboard, I may be converting my boot drive to GPT… 😉 Reply Mark16 January 2017 at 07:45Permalink @Scottie Glad to add my findings! Report navyguy› DJ AKSHAY - Jan 16, 2010 at 11:18 AM ERASER TRICK WORKED FOR ME. So, it turned out that my hypothesis was correct.

The computer model number is H2341. How To Update Bios and having a last check before taking away for service repair. Did any one else have the same problem? If you have purchased new parts, they cannot be faulty...

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 Honestly all these motherboard manufacturers and Windows 10 keeps cramming in more "Features" that end up just causing more compatibility issues, bugs, etc. See these pics for the options I'm seeing: What are my next troubleshooting steps? Wasn't even booting to BIOS.

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Build is about 1 month old and I got it put together at a shop since I didn't want to mess with it myself. but I would still like to know if there is any way to enable boot from CD-ROM with AHCI enabled. Pc Wont Boot I will try eraser trick .I suspect since I hadnot unplugged VGA monitor cable that caused the static electricity as using pc100 (128MB) still wount boot. Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device Put them back in and no monitor shows, just the test screen that says it is working properly.

The beep occurs when the cards are out. Report REE- Feb 24, 2009 at 12:27 AM Computer powers on, but does not boot Report LindaB- Mar 1, 2009 at 04:50 PM I was wanting to upgrade the memory on I'm again not the best with computers so I haven't been able to confirm this, but all my main components seem to be common parts. I use Chrome without a problem, Internet explorer even works haha Thanks for the assistance man 🙂 Reply Elliot18 February 2017 at 16:57Permalink Hey I found this article having very similar Gigabyte

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 then select the command prompt, type notepad into the cmd line then select file then open, I can do all sorts from here delete, copy, move ect. (this makes me If I leave the system in the same condition for 5-7 minutes, then press the restart button, the system boots. his comment is here Report tupac3400 2Posts Tuesday December 15, 2009Registration date December 15, 2009 Last seen › DJ AKSHAY - Dec 15, 2009 at 10:53 PM hello,i have a problem with my pc,worked fine

And we even manually tried to place drivers on. I would greatly appreciate any recommendations. EEK!

The only other thing I notice is that the power supply does not sound even it seems to fluctuate from a steady hum to where it sounds like its reving up

Reply Scottie19 March 2016 at 13:56Permalink Hmm, I'm not entirely sure, but I guess maybe Windows went a little bonkers and something got screwed up. Thank you for the helpful hints - navyguy My PC: New in 2007 HP S3100n AMD 4000+, Upgrade to 4gb Kingston RAM, Upgrade to EVGA 8400gs Video card, and running Vista So the problem is the board itself. If you have SATA, it should be M2.

Then I get error saying Raid should be configured to press F1 to recover and enter Bios. It doesnt say check signal, unless I unplugg it. If still you do not hear a beep then I would suspect a motherboard failure. If placing the memory card in another slot does not work then the problem lies with the memory card itself.

I was in panic but the eraser on the ram works a charm! The SSD not being recognized can be specific to the mobo (even if it's not defective).