Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Cause of Problems and Computer Repair Rates

If every day we struggle with good computer for routine activities or just play around it, and then all of a sudden our computer error, the first step of what we should do about it? As a faithful user of the computer it does not fit when the computer can not overcome our little errors / broken even if only in small scale.

At least we can know what the cause is also the best solution so that we can reduce the extent of damage to the computer so that not more severe. It is intended to minimize the depletion of the contents of our pockets to fix the troubled computer.

So what problems are often encountered in the computer users in general, and how to prevent and solution?

Well here are the types of damage are common in the computer and how to overcome them:
1. Computer Will not Live
- Check the cable connection (from power outlet to the power button on PC)
- Check that the stabilizer function or no (if using the stabilizer)
- Check the power cable to the CPU
- If you still do not want to live, the problems may lie in the power supply or MB

2. Computer On But Not Booting
Recognize First Beep Beep:
Beep 1 time only sign that the condition of both computer
Beeps 1 time, There is a problem in the memory long
1 long beep and 3 times the damage in a short time VGA card
Beep 1 times and 2 times the short-term damage in DRAM parity
Damage continuous beep in module memory or video memory
- Check with using software like SiSoft Sandra diagnosa, PC mark04, mark05 PC etc..

3. Want to boot your computer, but always "Safe Mode" (to go into safe mode press F8)
- Restart your computer again
- If re-intall windows are still trouble you
- If it is still safe mode as well, it means the HD is in trouble
check with: scan disk

4. Computer Hang Often
- Due to software crashes
- Press ctrl + alt + del >> click End Task on the program is "Not Responding"
- Press the restart button on the CPU
- Due to a hardware conflict (the addition of new hardware)
- Conflicts between hardware common in windows operating system
- Re-install your windows, but keep in mind before you reinstall windows, first remove your new hardware
- Go to facility "add new" hardware found on the control panel.

5. Keyboard is not recognized by computer
- Check whether your keyboard is plugged in correctly
- If it already but still the keyboard is not detected then the keyboard is in trouble.
- Try to replace your keyboard, if it has been replaced but the problem persists then it most likely is damaged at the keyboard port on your MB.
- If it's in the New Keyboard Replace remain undetected but Also Try to Change the USB Keyboard and if not detected also means there is something wrong in your Windows system.

6 Mouse is not recognized by the computer (the same case with the keyboard).

7. Mouse Pointer Always Hop-Skip
- Clean the mouse dirty soon (especially on the ball mouse).

8. Often Computer Crash
- Check all the cable position, hardware, and also the voltage on the chassis, check the temperature of the CPU and likewise check ram, processor and vga.

9. When the producers MetherBoard (MB) Unknown
- Open the casing, and check your CPU is usually a MB have a label manufacturer that also contains the specification of the motherboard type.
- Look in the manual book
- Find a Mb of data via the Internet, match ID is printed on the sticker board primarily to the list contained on the website www.fcc.gov and search a list of ID numbers issued by the licensing agency for electronic devices in the United
- Use the analysis software, such as sandra99 etc..

10. Forgot BIOS Password
- Unplug the batteray cmos cpu
- Or by trying some guess the default password for some manufacturers eg AMI and AWARD bios (eg, AMI, AMI, AMI_SW, ALLY, 589 589 etc.).

11. Clock and setting the date BIOS-Fox Always Changing
- Batteray cmos is not working (dead), replace with a new batteray.

12. Adding New Hardware Device, but Not Detected By BIOS
- Most likely you have old bios so that it can not detect the new hardware, then immediately update your bios (can be downloaded via the internet, eg www.windrivers.com).

13. Damage track Card In MB
- Try unplug and stick some card on your Motherboard
- If the boot is successful then your card is not problematic so likewise vice versa.

14. New Processor pairs Tp Not Detected
- Check whether you have installed the processor correctly.
- Check whether the position of the jumpers on the processor is correct (about the jumper on the processor can be found in the manual book, Check new).

15. Crash After Installing New RAM
- The possibility that you plug the ram is not compatible with your computer (unplug the ram).

16. Adding RAM But Not Detected
- Make a check such as the previous case
- Make sure the slot is used in accordance yan, for example: SD RAM has a slot which is similar to RAM but RD RD RAM, can not be detected although it could be mounted on the slot type SD RAM.

17. After Adding RAM, Computer Have Slow Process
- Look at your ram capacity limit, for example, EDO ram type the maximum limit is 64 MB, so when forced to add it to your computer becoming increasingly slow.

18. Virtual Ram.
- Right-click the My Computer icon, choose properties, then select the performance tab and click the VIRTUAL MEMORY
- Select the item let me specify my own virtual memory settings (select HD to be used as virtual memory)
- Bell-shaped OK

19. Monitor Will not Flash
- Make sure all power cables and connectors associated with the monitor ok
- Make sure the pin is also available at the entrance to the VGA port, nothing especially not get all bent / pin into one VGA port
- Make sure your VGA card is also ok.

20. Being a Dark Monitor When Loading Windows
- Probably due to setup the right driver for your monitor (frequency setting is too high)
- Get used to the conditions of safe mode (press F8)
- Re-install the VGA driver.

21. Suddenly Display Damage and Computer Become Hangs
- Due to the temperature (at the VA card) is very hot

22. Display size monitor Not Available Wishlist
- Go to display properties (right click at any places and then select properties)
- Press the settings tab and adjust the size and appearance in accordance with the wishes of (the screen area)

23. Blinking When Used As Monitor
- Go to display properties (right click at any places and then select properties)
- Press the tab and click advanced settings, then click the adapter, in this section are displayed refresh rate which you wanted.

24. New Sound Card Not Detected
- Crash with the old sound card
- Check the manual book, if the soundcard on board need to be switched off or not if you want to re-install a new soundcard (usually can be turned off via jumper or bios).

Steve Buffet
Lecturer in Computer Networking
Setting Computer - settingcomputers.blogspot.com

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