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jack7058

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  • Birthday 06/12/1962

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    http://jackandbooperschateau.ibforums.com
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    usa
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    old cars computers my children .

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  • System Specifications:
    IntelP4 3.06,1024MB ram 2 maxtor 250GB HD in raid O 2 x 80Gb maxtors . liteon it 40x12x48 CDRW DVD-CDRW Combo 250MB zip . DB. 2kpro and xppro . mb gigabyte. 8pe667 ultra2
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  1. jack7058

    CPU Lubricant?

    I would get This I think the damage has been done and you need to get a new cpu .
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    Boot trouble

    Go into bios then set it to boot from the CDROM and try a bootable CD, like Knoppix. If that works, then the boot sector or boot loader may be corrupted, and he will need to fix it. Booting from the install CD into the recovery console and typing FIXMBR, followed by FIXBOOT, may work. Otherwise, a repair install may be needed: http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm
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    System speaker beeping.

    Temp Guide
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    System speaker beeping.

    Sounds like an over heating cpu perhaps . Award bioes beep codes
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    How Do I Block Iexplore

    This might work
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    Error Shell.dll Missing

    what os are you using ?
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    Windows Xpbootdisk.

    If you need more Click here
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    Windows Xpbootdisk.

    Here's how to make a emergency boot floppy . insert a blank floppy disk into drive A:, select Start, All Programs, Accessories, Command Prompt, type format a:, and press Enter. When asked if you want to format another disk, type n and press Enter. Type the following commands, pressing Enter after each one. xcopy c:\boot.ini a: /h xcopy c:\ntdetect.com a: /h xcopy c:\ntldr a: /h Now type exit and press Enter to close the window. Remove the floppy disk and label it "Windows XP boot floppy." instructions for use. Put this emergency disk in the floppy drive of your inoperable machine and boot up. Windows should run with no problems. You could simply keep the floppy in the drive all the time, but to truly fix the problem, launch the command prompt as described above, type xcopy a:*.* c:\ /h, and press Enter.
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    Nead Help With Reformating Please Urgent

    try each of these till you get in there once in there look for boot order and change it to cdrom press F10 to save then on the next screen press enter. when it reboots it should pickup the cdrom and boot from the cd. press delete to enter bios if that don't work try each of these below. Acer Aspire: Enter the BIOS: Press the CTRL + ALT + ESC keys during the Acer Boot-up screen. AST: Enter the BIOS: Press CTRL + ALT + ESC for setup. Compaq Presario: Method 1 Enter the BIOS: Press F1 or F10 during the Compaq boot-up screen for setup. Method 2 Enter the BIOS: Press F10 during the Compaq boot-up screen for setup. Gateway 2000: Enter the BIOS: Press F1 for setup. HP Pavilion: Method 1 Enter the BIOS: Press F1 during the blue HP screen for setup. Method 2 Enter the BIOS: Press F1 during the HP boot-up screen for setup. HP Vectra: Enter the BIOS: Press the F2 during the HP boot-up screen for setup. IBM Aptiva Enter the BIOS: Press F1 during the IBM boot-up screen for setup. IBM ThinkPad Double-click the "IBM ThinkPad" on the desktop. Select ThinkPad Features and click on the icon of the printer. Select Advanced and choose EPP, possibly ECP. NEC Ready: Enter the BIOS: Press F2 during the NEC boot-up screen for setup. Packard Bell: Method 1 Enter the BIOS: Press F1 for setup. Method 2 Enter the BIOS: Press DEL for setup. Sony VAIO: Enter the BIOS: Press F3 during VAIO screen for menu. Press F1 for setup. Toshiba Infinia: Enter the BIOS: Press F1 for setup.
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    Nead Help With Reformating Please Urgent

    What is the make and model of the system ? If home built reboot and push the delete button .
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    Emachine Computer - Beeps On Startup

    ok lets see exactly what you have in there now .Get this and click computer then overclock and do a copy and paste here. So we can see what they have in there now .
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    Emachine Computer - Beeps On Startup

    Did you use pc100 or pc133 ?pc133 is no longer self stepping ie it won't step down to 100mhz that the system bus requires . What you need to put in there
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    Emachine Computer - Beeps On Startup

    I know this by having fixed 7 Emachines with the same same basic problem 3 of those had the ram upgraded and wouldn't work the other 4 just wouldn't boot and in each case when the ram was replaced they would boot and run normal . I did find This tho Priority One Support
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