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hey ... can anyone help me?
my boyfriend and i both have ibm netvistas.. recently i started having a problem with mine .... the bedreaded ..... xp wont load and monitor goes into sleep mode......
i would unplug it from the wall for a few then it would maybe work.... the other day i had it so i did a system restore .. back a couple months .. now it seems to be ok ... and then it happened...... yesterday my boyfriends pc ..... was on all day it was hot as hell in the house ... i touched the mouse and the pc was on but it froze up immediately.... so we rebooted it then it came on and would freeze at the desktop... and the monitor kept blinking to black screen.. so we rebooted it i went into safe mode .. did a system restore ....... and didnt change anything actually well made it worse cause now we just have a blue screen .... LOL... so i told Him its burning up unplug it ... now it wont come back we get NO SIGNAL ....and when i boot it up only the top light comes on and the bottom light ... does something for like one sec then no activity..... i dont know where to begin .. any ideas and please dont beat me up im trying my best to figure out what the problem is and where to start

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Last Post by Frank Wallis
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If the monitor displays No Signal after powering on the system, then the cable is disconnected, or the computer is not even posting. Since you mentioned the heat, I would think that the system fatally overheated. If the lights come on, your power supply is probably OK, but your motherboard, CPU, or both are toast. Since it is a brand name system, a replacement motherboard will probably be proprietary, which means $$$. If the system is a few years old, this would be a good time to upgrade.

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Blond,

The over heating of your computer system,
must have caused the problem and this is why your WinXP Computer is not booting.

System restore will not help, and if you
were successfully able to boot your computer in safe mode than it indicates that
its a hardware issue.

Please tell us where your computer actually hangs? Does it hang during the WinXP welcome screen or does it hang after the WinXP welcome screen is done?

Unplug any ethernet cable connected to your computer and than do this work

I hope my question is clear.

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