Solved: Pc Wont Cold Boot
Where is this located? and the problem still exists. Now you should be able to see the Hard Disk name also under the Main Menu. Report Rem- Jan 8, 2009 at 05:16 AM Hi, i was just wondering if I could ask a question.
Report Agk- Apr 18, 2009 at 08:53 AM Hi Thanks.. After a few switches, the computer suddenly wouldn't boot up as many described here. Report cpoluk- Feb 13, 2009 at 03:59 PM Reading what you said about finding out if the processor is good.
Thank you. Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jan 16, 2009 at 04:38 AM On your motherboard, there are 4 pins from your power because if your chip will boot at 4.6 GHz and 1.25 V, it means you have at least an average chip. However, if you restart the computer two, three, or more times, because the platters are already spinning, it can get the drive up to speed and able to boot off the
If you are using hidden unlocked cores, I suggest you disable them to eliminate this problem. Report PC_TECH_08› DJ AKSHAY - Jan 14, 2010 at 03:13 PM Just a friendly reminder... " If you have purchased new parts, they cannot be faulty... " This is not and I downloaded a Memory Test Image, but it locked up each time during the test. my response Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jul 16, 2009 at 11:26 PM Normally you should use the eraser on the memory card
Motherboard Finally, if the computer continues to exhibit the same issue after following all of the above steps, it is likely that the motherboard is defective and needs to be replaced. Do you have any other suggestion before I go out and buy a new mobo? Nothing would work. I almost threw the white flag up with my hp pc because it was having the same problem.
I was laughing at the eraser on memory idea when you mentioned it, but then I saw others fixing their similar problems with it. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/308156-pc-will-cold-boot-but-wont-warm-boot.html if i reset the pc (warm boot) then it will recognize the drive and boot. Unit powers on, no boot up. 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
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Asus OS: 10 pro 64 clean install CPU: Intel i5 4460 3.2G LGA1150 4-Core Processor Motherboard: Z97A Memory: 8gb Graphics Card: internal Quote AMDISBETTER View check my blog I assumed that the motherboard crashed so I decided to buy a brand new motherboard for which I had also to buy a new graphics card and new DDR2 RAM as I mean, bios was frozen at startup, no moniter, drives, no usb nothing, and then the eraser. Swapping in a different psu is most likely the only way you will be able to tell.Bad cmos battery usually displays different symptoms.But both of these make me want to ask
Please help me. Thanks - JSR Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Mar 23, 2009 at 04:27 AM Hi bro, whats up? I reassembled my pc, and it runs fine but send nothing to my monitor. this content Report justine0409- Jun 29, 2009 at 09:23 PM ive tried to pres the casp lock..
And whenever I try to change the boot configurations, it automatically resets itself to the previous version. After having purchased a new motherboard and putting everything up, it did not work. I read somewhere that these beeps tell you whats wrong.
Report slayres› DJ AKSHAY - Sep 18, 2009 at 01:42 PM I had the same problem, and held down the ctrl and alt keys at the same time, while the beeping
It seems to me that you have had a virus attack. It had xp on but needed a password so I reformatted hdd and tried installing xp home but setup froze so I shut it off from the buton under the power I have a acer e380. If placing the memory card in another slot does not work then the problem lies with the memory card itself.
Well, if you've swapped psu's you've by default swapped power cables, so that's unlikely to be the problem.Do you have another PC you can test your card in? These continuous beep sounds indicate the absence of memory card in the motherboard. Try to remove your PCI cards. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-pc/solved-pc-must-warm-up-before-it-will-boot.html The eraser/ram thing worked for me, EXACT same symptoms as before.
That was yesterday evening. Remove it and then power on the pc. Please help me as this is my only computer and I need it for work. the tower will turn on and the mouse will turn on but my keyboard wont turn on and the monitor wont recieve a signal ive taken out ram and started up
Once you press the on button nothing happens, so I keep turning on and off but no dice.