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Click here! dustyjay, Jul 19, 2012 #4 dustyjay Jay Joined: Jan 23, 2003 Messages: 12,661 Processors are pretty darned hard to kill, I would suspect the Motherboard before the processor. Another solution stated to attempt to reset the CMOS by removing the battery from the board after unplugging the power. How can we improve it? weblink

Helpful +16 Report Messenger Jul 22, 2009 at 08:50 PM To All, I experienced same problem months ago. How can I reinstate myself?· 6 comments apartment internet stuttering, disconnecting issues4 · 8 comments My laptop is moving itself when I watch Netflix25 · 4 comments Throttling individual internet connects in household.7 · 15 comments Virus on parents Reply Report Ron- Oct 11, 2012 at 10:23 AM thanks it works! However my victory was short lived. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2318708/power-peripherals.html

Not sure though. 2) Made sure all cables were in correctly - yes 3) Removed CMOS battery and replaced - no difference 4) Memory - removed one stick - no difference, Ensure the power cable is connected to the supply & Press the test button to test the PSU. No Boot issues. ePSA then automatically begins high level algorithms on all system memory to insure integrity.

Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Now my computer has the same problem....then, being the idiot that I am.....connected another good monitor to my computer and no signal.......let's end this story with three monitors and three computers No Boot Once the system has loaded the Dell splash screen and then finished the POST checks, the Dell splash screen goes off and the system hands over to the Operating I wonder why it does work?

VIOLA! or look for and old school monitor? No Boot Issues After the computer completes the Power-On Self-Test, it will attempt to boot the operating system. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2482838/turning-monitor-peripherals-dont-work.html Almost want to hook my computer up to my laptop, but then I'll probably ruin another one...... 0 caperjack 875 4 Years Ago no possible way for the monitor to have

After I put in the CPU fan I booted into the BIOS in order to see if the temps were fine due to the previous overheating problem. Just in case the thread stays around and other people read it, I found that my graphics card had come loose when I moved house, all I did was push it Replace the CPU with a known good CPU. Our aim is to give you the best possible answer.

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Replace the computer cover. Live Chat The live chat is transitioning to freenode and can be accessed here! Ensure that any power strips being used are plugged into an electrical outlet and are turned on. I tried the other tricks mentioned here like pulling the power cord and holding the start button, swapping ram but no luck.

Ensure the display data cable is not damaged and replace if necessary. i recieved this error and when i took the damaged stick out of the slot i recieved a signal to my monitor. So then I put the ram back in, and it reads both and it is currently still working fine, even after restarting a number of times. ??! check over here Today it booted into windows fine, started PCdoctor and after I scanned the hard drive, I left it idle for a few minutes and the screen went black, no blicking line

If the computer still fails to boot, inspect the CPU socket for damage. I turn it off =/ And then I need to reset it again so I don't really know how to solve this problem... Back to Top 5.

Helpful +38 Report Jono Apr 27, 2009 at 02:14 PM Hey everyone, I had a really similar problem that I have only just solved.

Helpful +48 Report Morpheys Mar 10, 2009 at 12:11 PM Plz Help ! So I pulled one of the ram sticks out completely, started it and away it went, perfect, I tried turning it on an off a few times, and it continued to Rebooted once during the windows loading screen and now back to square one. Sigh...

If there is still no display showing, check if video was shown during the POST routine. Thank you so much. Im not sure and im really stuck. Dell Diagnostics.

took off the cover on my tower, pushed in on ram first. Dricketts, Jul 19, 2012 #3 dustyjay Jay Joined: Jan 23, 2003 Messages: 12,661 Are you sure the Spare Power supply is good? Also those mounting screws if not properly placed can short out the board (interesting fact, those screws are actually insulated) 0 Xbox Support 5 Years Ago hahah bought new pc if These LEDs do not indicate the problem that caused the POST routine to stop.

Helpful +20 Report Yay Oct 4, 2012 at 03:44 PM I tried kareem's suggestion unplugged power cord and held down power button for 1 minute and there was a signal again!