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Halp plz..

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#1 xxx420quickscoperxxx


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Posted 09 March 2018 - 04:27 AM

Hi bleeping computer...I have an old computer here....all it does in boot is bios...just bios...all i did in it is pinball and paint....I never used it since 2013...I posted this on win 7 forums because I don't know it's OS...

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 05:28 AM

Can you hear the hard Drive Spinning Up , you can touch the top of it to feel when you boot.

When in Bios can you move around ? If so select Default Settings / save and Reboot.


If nothing still happens , ensure all cabling is connected securely , unclip and reconnect again , then remove the Cmos Battery and disconnect all power cables and hold the Power Button down for 30 secs , refit Battery , Power Cable and hit the Power Button and see what happens now.


If the Hard Drive is faulty ? and you just want to test the PC , you can download a Live Linux Distro , Burn the ISO to a CD and Boot fron that , change the Boot sequence to CdDvd first.  

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