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The test doesn't always find the culprit but helps keep one from chasing their tail too much when troubleshooting. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. SD Card Reader X1 DVD Drive X1 Sata HDD Modem Card The Problem: The computer immediately starts up with the monitor in power save mode (standby). This is the best that monitor can do and any other resolution settings are basically emulated.

Proffitt Forum moderator / August 16, 2014 5:24 AM PDT In reply to: Indicator lights stay on at startup For example that can happen with a failed PSU. Please try again now or at a later time. So do you think I am going to be laughing along with you??) Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer Something's odd here. However, today I tried installing a SATA to IDE converter, which I have used on another computer (same converter itself), to be able to use a SATA DVD-R drive, as the

It was not even clear from your post that "Green Wire Test" was a standard term versus some personal jargon of yours, hence my not searching in a search engine for at the same time, this forum isn't about teaching PC 101, that won't be the case unless its a simple fix. I tested the system with two additional PSUs, one of them being my personal Thermaltake Toughpower 800W.

ive come to the conclusion that its got to be a 3000 J115, but i still cant find any info on the sound card. are your hard drives IDE or SATA?I'm pretty sure it's IDE but I'll let you know for sure Back to top #8 Reign Of Terror Posted 19 August 2008 - 03:00 Any help would greatly be appreciated and if there's any questions that I have not answered, please, by all means ask. It is very important that some particular links open in a new window.

the rest of it should work with Kalyway. Does your monitor have more than one type of input? After I turned it on today, the light in front panel is on, but the system can't boot up. http://newwikipost.org/topic/Th8hPaOXli5xLgWfDVzLZxehdAIfxzB6/Lenovo-y-500-boot-problems.html You don't want to leave pins jumpered for any longer than it takes to make voltage readings as some failure conditions can be made worse.

Click hereto open a link where you can select the country and get the exact contact support number. Maybe a faulty 6 pin connection on the power supply?I am really in the dark here without being able to tinker with it in person, but I'll try my best to Additionally, there is also the onboard VGA. You're somewhat correct.

I'm always wondering if a person is inside a PC is unfamiliar with the parts should be in there. But it didn't help. The only available option is to contact our Technical Support for further Assistance to get the details of nearest Authorized Service Center to get the issue analyzed. All monitor and monitor cords I have work as intended.

The only available option is to contact our Technical Support for further Assistance to get the details of nearest Authorized Service Center to get the issue analyzed. You are all so smart, I just can't take it. Specifically, it's a model type 7387-26U. Username I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list © 2016 InsanelyMac| News|

I'll keep digging, and talk to some people, but I am really at a loss here. Dismiss Remember Me? After a brief startup time the system sound beeps twice. About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Jump to content Follow @insanelymac fluid | fixed 35 News Forum Downloads OSx86 Wiki Mac Netbook

No result.I'm probably forgetting one or two other options I tried but, frankly, after a few hours I decided to give it a break and post here for any new insights Likewise, I thought it could be a memory issue but according to the HMM posted in my OP (Page 63) two short beeps refer to a CMOS error. your soundcard is a AD1986A.

Oddly, I've even seen this problem with the same graphics card where it works fine on one system and not on another.

  1. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Only useful when used with other measures.
  2. I have not considered the possibility of a dead CMOS battery...
  3. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No need to get testy here.
  4. However, you can determine to a point that the PSU is bad.
  5. I go[More] Lenovo Essential B490 first Time Booting Problem Category:DefaultRelease time:-0001-11-30Views:130 Hi, I have just purchased new Lenovo Essential B490 (59-364701) Laptop (2nd Gen PDC/ 4GB/ 500GB/ DOS) from flipkart.
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Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Resetting CMOS Did Not Work by JVCooperative / August 16, 2014 4:00 AM PDT In reply to: Google That didn't do it. Sajakain 90 Worgen Warrior 12705 5949 posts Sajakain Ignored Jul 17, 2011 Copy URL View Post And according to the HMM provided in the OP (page 63) -- it states alot of other people who have a integrated 6100 complain how slow their system is, and bugs, and also of how theres no drivers for it. all i found is that its integrated, and its SoundMAX.

may i suggest Kalyway 10.5.2. So who's too lazy to read then?Anyway, why am I bothering? I tried this, even with totally different sticks of RAM. Blood and Gore Crude Humor Mild Language Suggestive Themes Use of Alcohol Violence Online Interactions Not Rated by theĀ ESRB Support Feedback Americas - English (US) Region Americas Europe Asia China Language

But this is contradicting because, to my knowledge, I've done everything to the CMOS I possibly can at this point. Does anyone has any suggestion? Along with the mentioned re-installation of Windows XP all system and hardware drivers were installed with the most up-to-date available. [email protected] Back to top #2 annunaki Posted 19 August 2008 - 06:19 AM annunaki InsanelyMac Geek Members 170 posts Gender:Male I'm desperate.

What could be causing this. And, naturally, I have suggested her to just ditch the PC and upgrade it but, as we all know, money doesn't grow on trees. can't even get into the bios, then it probably is an issue with the motherboard. If not, then for sure its bad, plain and simple.

Some systems will automatically detect another graphics card and turn off the on-board controller. Truly a first if this is so. Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! I will, however, take a look at the memtest reference you provided.

The system worked perfectly after the purchase an installation of the new GPU, but as I said...

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