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Together with several other articles on the internet it (e.g. If the machine doesn't POST, that would explain why IBMs flashing tool doesn't load up. When the computer boots up it looks like it is going to boot into win2k...once it looks like it is ready to go right into the OS the computer restarts...leading me Iniciar sesión Compartir Más Denunciar ¿Quieres informar del vídeo? http://custsolutions.net/ibm-netvista/ibm-netvista-reboot-problem.php

Any replies would be greatly appreciated :) Cheers, Jamie Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top JamieKugelmann Posts: 13 This post has been reported. Subido el 16 feb. 2012My old pc has problems with start up. wednesday whil using my computer, it shut down again, on its own. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top JamieKugelmann Posts: 13 This post has been reported.

I came here to seek help about an IBM NetVista 6643-33u all-in-one pc running Windows ME. I went around and around looking for the option to change the boot sequence. Deshacer Cerrar Este vídeo no está disponible. or it's affiliates.

It would be a totally different matter if this problem was caused by age. The CD is not bad because I can use it on other PCs and it works. As somebody has already said, the process is not exactly obvious. Problems booting IBM NetVista all-in-one...

I would go ahead and replace the coin battery before attempting this. the details of the computer are as follows: Product Data ------------- Machine Type/Model: 6568GBA Flash EEPROM Revision Level: PIKT15AUS Boot Block Revision Level: PI15A System Board Identifier: L56086VIR0 System Serial Number: Good luck for your search Lpo lpogpo, Jan 6, 2004 #5 Jostein Joined: Feb 4, 2004 Messages: 1 Yup.. SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Register | Sign In | Help English Español Deutsch Русский Portuguese SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Forums Knowledge Base Blogs Language English Español Deutsch Русский Register | Sign In |

Let me use USB to SATA/IDE convertor to connect this CD-ROM and External CD-ROM and boot from Removable Device first to check it completely. I've noticed that a lot of our mates were not able to get this prompt even after they changed the first boot device to CD Drive. This is one of the computers that my father uses at his business, and he asked me to fix it (I'm usually pretty good at fixing comps, but not this one See that the Memory is not loose and it is working properly.

It boots into Windows 2000 to a point and then reboots. Going to take it in to an IBM service center (Which they found for me) later today and with a surprising twist my problems seem to be over! Try just removing it for 15 seconds, then replace it and try to boot normally. I believe I found the solution.

Having to use F12 to select a boot source has long lost it's novelty appeal! http://custsolutions.net/ibm-netvista/ibm-netvista-motherboard.php even though i can change the floppy's settings, from either a 3.5" to a 5.25", etc. thanks in advanced.. hi, at the place where i work there is an IBM computer that is stuck in a reboot loop.

I have got a IBM NetVista Pentium 4 Desktop PC installed with Windows XP. No, create an account now. Reproducción automática Si la reproducción automática está habilitada, se reproducirá automáticamente un vídeo a continuación. have a peek at these guys First thing to do is remove all unnecessary hardware, turn it on and listen for a beep code at POST.

I am so stuck on this problem. Finally, being at my wits end, I contacted my brother (who is also very knowledgeable with pc's. This book provides tips and techniques for using protocol analyzers and other tools to recognize problems for both Cisco and multiprotocol traffic patterns. * Focuses on troubleshooting problems that arise from

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Faq Reply With Quote July 9th, 2004,10:39 AM #3 No Profile Picture Cathuga View Profile View Forum Posts  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date eaglewerks 02-03-2005, 12:13 PM #6 nactownplaya Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2005 Posts: 4 OS: Windows XP Thanks for the information. They might have even called IBM and ask for help, but didn't want to pay for the support. I don't know what to do ...It seems like it might have a problem on the motherboard....I ran some system diagnostics on it that I got From IBM and everything passed.

Its is as if the system will not boot at all. Last known good config does exactly the same thing. let you know if it works or not! http://custsolutions.net/ibm-netvista/ibm-netvista-fan-question.php It turns out that due to the capacitor issue mentioned here, there is an extended warranty by IBM on those motherboards with this issue.

If they would have told me during my first phone call about the problem and offered help, I would have thought they were the greatest company in the world, and the Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top JamieKugelmann Posts: 13 This post has been reported. The possibility of this behavior is believed to be limited, but IBM strongly recommends that customers install this update as soon as possible to prevent the possibility of the issues listed.

Suppose the BIOS is corrupted and PC is not booting from any device such as CD-ROM, HDD or Removable Device then....Is it TRUE that the PC is now unusable and changing