Solved: New PC Won't Boot
This morning the CPU was frozen & when I restarted it, this is where I am at. Report cpoluk- Feb 13, 2009 at 03:59 PM Reading what you said about finding out if the processor is good. This means the cpu is bad? You'll have to rub the eraser on the gold plated part of the memory card (on both sides). navigate here
Our aim is to give you the best possible answer. How can we improve it? Could two memory cards go bad at once? I have a computer that won't give me any video I tried getting a new motherboard, but still isn't helping. internet
is it the monitor's or the cpu's? I want to clean it of all my pics & short home movie clips but it's really not that low on memory, and now I can't get it to recognize a This is to verify if the adaptor is giving proper voltage. No luck - exactlty the same problem.
A lot was skeptical that the eraser thing would work but your the man I really need my pc for school and can't afford a new one at the moment,thanx a See more No signal to monitor Monitor no signal There is no signal coming from your computer Monitor Gets No Signal / Computer Won't Boot Monitor no signal and computer won't I opened up the tower and everything seemed fine, fan spinning, dvd drive open and closed but nothing else worked i.e usb mouse lit up neither did a usb keyboard. So I turned off and back on and this time it's reverted back to the frozen Motherboard page.
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 Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Feb 16, 2009 at 02:23 AM Does the CPU fan turn? steps to de-soldering and soldering. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3159245/boot-pretty.html 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.
Put everything back together (minus the modem) and my PC boot right up first try. I got a lot of files that need backing up, lol. Help would be appreciated. I have removed the ram and reseated same result.
step five: install replacement capacitors with striped side facing the white side of mounting site on printed circuit card step six: apply heat to pin base, then touch solder to tip http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2845687/build-boot.html I have been reading some of your info on this site and have been impressed with your knowledge. View all 155 comments Report COOL DJ- Jan 1, 2009 at 07:19 AM I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.IT IS SOLVED NOW THANKS TO YOU ..I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR TIMELY HELP. Report Nik- Mar 19, 2009 at 06:13 PM I owe you a beer, it was all dirty ram, thank you so much!
Note this test should not be carried out for a period of more than 5 seconds or it may damage the CPU. Do you have any other suggestion before I go out and buy a new mobo? Thank you. 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).
Even I hear my drive runnig in the start up, the boot CD wont run, I tried my Vista boot CD already and a linux USB drive. LOL. The 2 memory cards I put back in are the 2 original ones! his comment is here my computer has had several issues like fuzzy video and static from audio devices for a few months now and just an hour ago it didn't boot until I saw this
At this point, am I waiting for beep again? Has 4 slots. I also noticed when the machine freezes up that the fan is spinning like normal and the machine does not shut itself off.
Now, my laptop, that's another story.
The motherboard is an MSI 945GCM478 (socket 478) with a P4 3.2 Ghz hyperthreading CPU. Hope this helps Report Oz› DJ AKSHAY - Oct 15, 2009 at 11:12 AM Hi im havein a problem and I hope u can atleast xplain to me I have a We rely on our computer for homeschooling our 4 children, and it won't boot up! 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
Perhaps you are having static problem with the memory card. I cant get into the recovery options, I cant boot from Board index Change font size Information The requested topic does not exist. The hdd was very fragged, so removed some software like anti-virus and a few games and large files, then ran a clean-up and lastly a defrag of the master hdd (seagate The laptop is Acer Aspire 3500, with serial number LXAXE0C00870501F642534, AMDSampron 1.8MHtz.
From that moment, my PC wont start anymore, not even a flashing screen, nor a beep. Helpful +18 Report green May 9, 2009 at 10:04 PM I have the same problem with my Dell computer "computer all of a sudden decided to freeze up, and upon restart, Report GeeZee› DJ AKSHAY - Sep 3, 2009 at 10:08 PM Hi Dj AKSHAY I am having a similar problem, however none of these things tend to work. but it did.
after two hours going in circles with HP support another 2 hours searching the web. Otherwise you will not hear any beep even if there is another problem. 2nd thing, have you performed the CPU HEAT TEST? I checked all the previous responses and looked for all of the signs of a busted mother board but it looks all good. the boot and reset light just stays on when I turn on the system, no picture, no sound...WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM.
Thanks anyway. I hit the power on button. I can visually identify a bad circuit component if it is visibly detectable, the only anomoly I noted was that all my capacitors located around my cpu were bloated and there I have made sure everything is plugged in, and tried plugging it into different outlets.
I tried your eraser trick but with no luck. now here is where it gets interesting. If I disable the EXEXUTE-DISABLE BIT CAPABILITY I get the gold bars to come & go ten times then my mouse pointer appears for 2-3 seconds later it crashes out. Report maestro- Aug 6, 2009 at 11:13 PM i have a weird situation here.
PLEASE help me im at the end of things to try!!!! The yellow is for +ve and the black wire for -ve. And I will try Kareem's way to see if it is working.