Hello everyone! I don't know if I am in the right place to post my problem. My apology. Well I have a problem regarding on my computer. Everytime I turn it on, white vertical bars shows and it takes more than 30 minutes to load. Very slow to start up. This is how it look like ---> http://www.flickr.com/photos/xetness/9370853986/ .. What do you think is the problem of this? And also sometimes this error shows ---> http://www.flickr.com/photos/xetness/9368073383/in/photostream/ . I hope you can help me with this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi I have a Dell 690 workstation fitted with two quad core E5320 processors. I have had trouble with this PC possibly due it being damaged in delivery - it weighs 30 or so Kg. Perhaps I should have returned it :( Too late now. After using it and updating etc I gave it to my daughter and did a Windows Easy Transfer (WET) to replace her aging Dell. Apparently, the Outlook Profile was corrupted and then there was an unidentified hardware issue that prevented the 690 PC from booting. I replaced the PC with another 690 that has been …

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Hey. I my having troubles booting up my pc. The front light is red. None of the fans are working. I'm not receiving any images or beeps. My case is a Cooler master HAF 912. Please help figure this out. I purchase the computer parts at my local Microcenter. Before I thought it was the motherboard, cpu, or powersupply. I did exchange all the parts except the hardrive, case, and disc drive. Now, I'm really lost; this is my first time building my pc and I'm soon to just call it quits and return all of the parts. I even …

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The problem I am having is with a new rig I was putting together. When I start the computer it keeps on going on and off without even actually starting. The fans startup and shutdown but I can't even get to bios. Its as if the computer gets just enough power to initialize the hardware and then it runs out. At some times it manages to bootup but after a while it freezes and there appears red and green dots/lines all over the screen in varying numbers every time. Of the new rig the mobo (asrock z77 pro), the cpu …

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What is NIC ordering on bootup of Linux machines? what is its significance ? can anyone tell in detail.

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Hey guys, first of all if this is the wrong category than I'm sorry but I really didn't know where to post this thread. Anyway I recently installed ubuntu on an external hard drive and it was booting up fine for a while, but later on the pc starting taking too much time, 2-3 minutes on the intel motherboard screen, and I thought that maybe it's because the PC is booting from the external hard drive. But as I soon found out, after removing the hard drive and trying again, that it wasn't that. So, any of you guys know …

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Old hard drive failed slowly and painfully... just put in a new Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB SATA drive & powered up ready to start installing (a brand new copy of) Windows but... machine won't boot beyond the Setup F10 / Bios F2 Screen. Gateway GT5228 Media Center Computer AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 4200+ dual-core processor with AMD64 Technology Installed: 2048 MB DDR2 533 MHz (PC4200) (two 1024 MB modules) FIC K2BC51 Motherboard with NVIDIA GeForce 6100 Chipset 1 TB 7200 RPM Serial ATA II hard drive with 64 MB cache - BRAND NEW NO O/S YET Since the machine …

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Hello, I am using 2 OS, 1-Vista Ultimate, 2-XP professional in order basis to open bootup screen to choose which OS. I have Intel DG35EC motherboard, Intel Core2QUAD Processor-Q6600@2.4Ghz , 2GB Kingston DDR2, Seagate 250GB HDD SATA. Today i cleaned my cpmputer table mostly because of DUST, so also little bit opened the cabinet with small brush cleaned some dust inside CPU, not unplugged the connections of all the devices. Then when i put the pwer wire for UPS then switchng the Cabinet]CPU] Power ON, an INTEL screen displays to coose BIOS setting F2, so i restarted so many time, …

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Is the time that it takes to boot up and power down a computer at the beginning and the end of the day work? [URL="http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202426038668"]A number of lawyers[/URL] are trying to settle that question. On the one hand, users start rebooting the computer and then spend up to 15-20 minutes chatting, getting coffee, and so on during the process, which adds up to a lot of unproductive time for the employer, contends one side. On the other hand, the bootup process -- which may be required due to security or power concerns, and can include a variety of programs required …

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