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After time keeper battery replacement m/c not booting please help what can i do next step regards

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Power Light Flashes 5 Times Won't Boot Up


If it uses AMI bios then 5 short beeps means motherboard failure.
  1. Remove RAM memory, Graphics card, other Plug-in cards, and Drive cables from your mainboard.
    Only CPU + Fan + Power cable are installed on the mainboard.
  2. Power on the PC, and listen to the beeps:
    • no beeps => Power supply, CPU, mainboard or BIOS is most likely defective.
    • some beeps => remember the beeps and next step.
  3. Power off the PC, and insert the RAM memory.
  4. Power on the PC, and listen to the beeps:
    • no beeps => RAM incorrectly installed.
    • same beeps as before => RAM is most likely defective.
    • beeps have changed => next step.
  5. Power off the PC, and insert the Graphics card.
  6. Power on the PC:
    • some beeps => Graphics card is most likely defective.
    • blank screen =>Graphics card is most likely defective.

Nov 15, 2015 | Gateway Ne56r15u Pentium Dual core B950...

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Replacing a Car Battery


This Tip describes the correct procedure for changing a car battery.These steps apply equally if you intend to remove your old battery for recharging and then replacing it into the vehicle. Changing a battery is a straightforward process as long as you adhere to the correct procedure. This Tip includes some photos to help aid the process.

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Common cautions to be aware of before commencing;

Caution 1: Rubber gloves and protective eye goggles should be worn during this procedure as car batteries contain a sulfuric acid electrolyte solution. This is highly corrosive (i.e. can burn your skin) and produces a flammable gas. Do not smoke and keep naked flames away from the work area. Do not touch any old corrosion on the terminals with bare skin. Be careful when handling car batteries - they are heavy - always keep them reasonably level when handling them to prevent any acid spillage occurring. Battery terminals contain lead - always wash your hands after completing this procedure.


Caution 2: Be careful not to cross over the connections to the battery. Red (+) is positive and goes to the (+) Terminal on the battery. Black (-) is negative and goes to the (-) Terminal on the battery.
  • When removing the battery - always remove Negative Terminal first.
  • When replacing the battery always replace Positive Terminal first.

Caution 3: Modern vehicles will have a number of presets that depend on a connection to the battery e.g. stereo, electric seat memory, Sat Nav. etc... For this reason it is recommended to use a memory keeper to avoid any complications that may arise from disconnecting your old battery. A memory keeper simply plugs in to your vehicles cigarette lighter or accessory socket and maintains power to the vehicles accessories whilst you disconnect your old battery. Memory keepers can be powered by the mains supply or some require another 12v battery or 9v battery as a power source - so be sure to purchase one that suits your needs.

You can perform this procedure without a memory keeper but please ensure that you have all the relevant security codes you need in order to reactivate your stereo or any other accessories that will require a PIN code. If in doubt refer to your vehicles handbook.


1) Gather together the tools you need for the job.
  • Your new battery which meets the specification of your vehicle.
  • Wrenches/Spanners for loosening and tightening the nuts on the terminal clamps.
  • A wire brush and sandpaper.
  • Memory Keeper (as described).
  • Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease.

2) Make sure the vehicle is parked on level ground and secured by the handbrake.

3) Familiarize yourself with the instructions with your memory keeper and then plug it in to the cigarette lighter socket.

4) From under the hood identify the battery terminals and clamps. The negative terminal (or battery post) on top of the battery will have a minus (-) sign beside it and the positiive terminal will have a plus (+) sign. In addition to labelling (like on the battery below) these signs will also be indented into the plastic on the top of the battery beside the battery posts.

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5) Remove the negative terminal clamp first - using your wrenches loosen the nut (circled below in red) and remove the negative terminal clamp. Removing the negative terminal first helps to avoid any short circuit occurring during the procedure. See below an example of a negative clamp with identification marks circled in black.

f36c85b.jpg

6) Next remove the positive terminal clamp.
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7) There will be a battery locking mechanism holding the battery in place and clamping it to the vehicle - usually a metal bar. Remove this and then carefully remove the old battery.

8) Next clean the terminal clamps and the battery tray using the wire brush. You may also use some fine sandpaper to clean the inside of the clamps. Make sure you are wearing the safety gloves and goggles during this procedure. Remove as much corrosion and dirt as you can. This helps ensure a good connection to the new battery when you reconnect.

9) Put your new battery in and secure it to the vehicle with the locking mechanism.

10) Reconnect the battery by attaching the Positive terminal first and tighten the clamp with your wrench until you have a good tight connection.

11) Reconnect the Negative Terminal and secure as above.

12) Once the connections are made, you may coat the terminals with ordinary Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease to help prevent further corrosion.

13) Remove memory keeper from cigarette lighter socket. Shut the hood and the job is done.

Hope this Tip has helped. Please do reflect the usefulness of this Tip by using the Yes/No Voting buttons below.

on Jan 22, 2010 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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Steps to change your car battery


This Tip describes the correct procedure for changing a car battery.These steps apply equally if you intend to remove your old battery for recharging and then replacing it into the vehicle. Changing a battery is a straightforward process as long as you adhere to the correct procedure. This Tip includes some photos to help aid the process.

a08e2ad.jpg

Common cautions to be aware of before commencing;

Caution 1: Rubber gloves and protective eye goggles should be worn during this procedure as car batteries contain a sulfuric acid electrolyte solution. This is highly corrosive (i.e. can burn your skin) and produces a flammable gas. Do not smoke and keep naked flames away from the work area. Do not touch any old corrosion on the terminals with bare skin. Be careful when handling car batteries - they are heavy - always keep them reasonably level when handling them to prevent any acid spillage occurring. Battery terminals contain lead - always wash your hands after completing this procedure.


Caution 2: Be careful not to cross over the connections to the battery. Red (+) is positive and goes to the (+) Terminal on the battery. Black (-) is negative and goes to the (-) Terminal on the battery.
  • When removing the battery - always remove Negative Terminal first.
  • When replacing the battery always replace Positive Terminal first.

Caution 3: Modern vehicles will have a number of presets that depend on a connection to the battery e.g. stereo, electric seat memory, Sat Nav. etc... For this reason it is recommended to use a memory keeper to avoid any complications that may arise from disconnecting your old battery. A memory keeper simply plugs in to your vehicles cigarette lighter or accessory socket and maintains power to the vehicles accessories whilst you disconnect your old battery. Memory keepers can be powered by the mains supply or some require another 12v battery or 9v battery as a power source - so be sure to purchase one that suits your needs.

You can perform this procedure without a memory keeper but please ensure that you have all the relevant security codes you need in order to reactivate your stereo or any other accessories that will require a PIN code. If in doubt refer to your vehicles handbook.


1) Gather together the tools you need for the job.
  • Your new battery which meets the specification of your vehicle.
  • Wrenches/Spanners for loosening and tightening the nuts on the terminal clamps.
  • A wire brush and sandpaper.
  • Memory Keeper (as described).
  • Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease.

2) Make sure the vehicle is parked on level ground and secured by the handbrake.

3) Familiarize yourself with the instructions with your memory keeper and then plug it in to the cigarette lighter socket.

4) From under the hood identify the battery terminals and clamps. The negative terminal (or battery post) on top of the battery will have a minus (-) sign beside it and the positiive terminal will have a plus (+) sign. In addition to labelling (like on the battery below) these signs will also be indented into the plastic on the top of the battery beside the battery posts.

0fc1071.jpg


5) Remove the negative terminal clamp first - using your wrenches loosen the nut (circled below in red) and remove the negative terminal clamp. Removing the negative terminal first helps to avoid any short circuit occurring during the procedure. See below an example of a negative clamp with identification marks circled in black.

f36c85b.jpg

6) Next remove the positive terminal clamp.
9201a92.jpg
7) There will be a battery locking mechanism holding the battery in place and clamping it to the vehicle - usually a metal bar. Remove this and then carefully remove the old battery.

8) Next clean the terminal clamps and the battery tray using the wire brush. You may also use some fine sandpaper to clean the inside of the clamps. Make sure you are wearing the safety gloves and goggles during this procedure. Remove as much corrosion and dirt as you can. This helps ensure a good connection to the new battery when you reconnect.

9) Put your new battery in and secure it to the vehicle with the locking mechanism.

10) Reconnect the battery by attaching the Positive terminal first and tighten the clamp with your wrench until you have a good tight connection.

11) Reconnect the Negative Terminal and secure as above.

12) Once the connections are made, you may coat the terminals with ordinary Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease to help prevent further corrosion.

13) Remove memory keeper from cigarette lighter socket. Shut the hood and the job is done.

Hope this Tip has helped. Please do reflect the usefulness of this Tip by using the Yes/No Voting buttons below.

on Jan 22, 2010 | Toyota Corolla Cars & Trucks

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My Acer Aspire L100 PC Desktop won't start.. when i press power button it only flash LED light jus one time but no HDD sound or CDROM working sound. only CPU fan works thas bout it...Any help? pls


Do you see anything on the screen?

Try the following things:
  1. Try starting the computer with only the battery
  2. Remove the battery and try booting with only the power adapter
  3. Try removing and replacing your memory
Could be a bad power supply or bad battery. After you try the above steps, report your results.

May 22, 2010 | Acer Aspire L100 PC Desktop

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Giga Byte GA81RM REV 2.2 does not boot


Hi,

Try clearing the CMOS by either taking the motherboard battery out for 20 minutes or moving the plastic jumper that is next to the battery to the other possition.

If this does not work then you are probably looking at a replacement motherboard.


Regards.

Feb 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Tip

How To Change A Car Battery


This Tip describes the correct procedure for changing a car battery.These steps apply equally if you intend to remove your old battery for recharging and then replacing it into the vehicle. Changing a battery is a straightforward process as long as you adhere to the correct procedure. This Tip includes some photos to help aid the process.

a08e2ad.jpg

Common cautions to be aware of before commencing;

Caution 1: Rubber gloves and protective eye goggles should be worn during this procedure as car batteries contain a sulfuric acid electrolyte solution. This is highly corrosive (i.e. can burn your skin) and produces a flammable gas. Do not smoke and keep naked flames away from the work area. Do not touch any old corrosion on the terminals with bare skin. Be careful when handling car batteries - they are heavy - always keep them reasonably level when handling them to prevent any acid spillage occurring. Battery terminals contain lead - always wash your hands after completing this procedure.


Caution 2: Be careful not to cross over the connections to the battery. Red (+) is positive and goes to the (+) Terminal on the battery. Black (-) is negative and goes to the (-) Terminal on the battery.
  • When removing the battery - always remove Negative Terminal first.
  • When replacing the battery always replace Positive Terminal first.

Caution 3: Modern vehicles will have a number of presets that depend on a connection to the battery e.g. stereo, electric seat memory, Sat Nav. etc... For this reason it is recommended to use a memory keeper to avoid any complications that may arise from disconnecting your old battery. A memory keeper simply plugs in to your vehicles cigarette lighter or accessory socket and maintains power to the vehicles accessories whilst you disconnect your old battery. Memory keepers can be powered by the mains supply or some require another 12v battery or 9v battery as a power source - so be sure to purchase one that suits your needs.

You can perform this procedure without a memory keeper but please ensure that you have all the relevant security codes you need in order to reactivate your stereo or any other accessories that will require a PIN code. If in doubt refer to your vehicles handbook.


1) Gather together the tools you need for the job.
  • Your new battery which meets the specification of your vehicle.
  • Wrenches/Spanners for loosening and tightening the nuts on the terminal clamps.
  • A wire brush and sandpaper.
  • Memory Keeper (as described).
  • Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease.

2) Make sure the vehicle is parked on level ground and secured by the handbrake.

3) Familiarize yourself with the instructions with your memory keeper and then plug it in to the cigarette lighter socket.

4) From under the hood identify the battery terminals and clamps. The negative terminal (or battery post) on top of the battery will have a minus (-) sign beside it and the positiive terminal will have a plus (+) sign. In addition to labelling (like on the battery below) these signs will also be indented into the plastic on the top of the battery beside the battery posts.

0fc1071.jpg


5) Remove the negative terminal clamp first - using your wrenches loosen the nut (circled below in red) and remove the negative terminal clamp. Removing the negative terminal first helps to avoid any short circuit occurring during the procedure. See below an example of a negative clamp with identification marks circled in black.

f36c85b.jpg

6) Next remove the positive terminal clamp.
9201a92.jpg
7) There will be a battery locking mechanism holding the battery in place and clamping it to the vehicle - usually a metal bar. Remove this and then carefully remove the old battery.

8) Next clean the terminal clamps and the battery tray using the wire brush. You may also use some fine sandpaper to clean the inside of the clamps. Make sure you are wearing the safety gloves and goggles during this procedure. Remove as much corrosion and dirt as you can. This helps ensure a good connection to the new battery when you reconnect.

9) Put your new battery in and secure it to the vehicle with the locking mechanism.

10) Reconnect the battery by attaching the Positive terminal first and tighten the clamp with your wrench until you have a good tight connection.

11) Reconnect the Negative Terminal and secure as above.

12) Once the connections are made, you may coat the terminals with ordinary Vaseline or Battery Lithium grease to help prevent further corrosion.

13) Remove memory keeper from cigarette lighter socket. Shut the hood and the job is done.

Hope this Tip has helped. Please do reflect the usefulness of this Tip by using the Yes/No Voting buttons below.

on Jan 17, 2010 | Ford Fusion Cars & Trucks

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No boot, Intel Classic DG31PR, had been working ok


Do you get any beeps sounds when u start your computer? Try removing the memory card and insert it again or try another memory card slot.

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Problem with my bios


the first thing i would do is check// change the battery to see if it is any good because it looks like the battery may be bad causing the system to forget the time and things like that,,,, then the next time it boots into bios look at the time and date and location ect..ect section and make any changes to it that it may need , that is why they want you to make changes to the first 4 fields when it boots into bios is to select fail safe options if you have that option and see if it will boot . if not go to default settings ok please keep me posted on this i can help you aout a lot more if needed ok best regards mike

Aug 25, 2008 | ASUS P4S533 Motherboard

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Lag Booting


This is a shot in the dark, bare with me. Disconnect everything from the back of pc except the video, mouse & keyboard. Enter your bios. Still have lag? Reset the bios by clearing the cmos jumper pg. 9 in your manual & remove the battery & check it for 3v if you can. If the lag went away by disconnecting the other devices than re-connect one device at a time with a reboot inbetween. When the lag returns you will know which device is not right. Everything applies when doing this kind of search. If you have two dimms remove one. Check for lag. Than swap memory/check. When you boot to the bios it involves the cpu, motherboard, video, memory & power supply. Your hard drive is also an issue but only at booting to OS. Did the pc encounter a unexpected shut down? Did you replace a device like a mouse or a keyboard? Here it the link for your board. ESC shows very little in regards to FAQ's. I hope something above helps you find a answer! http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=674&DetailName=Bios&MenuID=1&LanID=9
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