Question about ASUS Eee PC 900 16G Notebook
It is telling you it could not process past BIOS to get to the windows power shell(windows actual operating system). If you do not have the factory windows disks follow the prompt and keep tapping F2 up and down until you see a window appear with usually options such as open from cd rom or hard disk.If you are not computer literate at this point power down the system and wait 20 seconds and power it back up while at the same time pushing the F8 key . This is considered SAFE MODE...can produce a list as well of options but look for -continue in safe mode- when you enter the computer will continue to windows powershell and will open to your main screen ..things will look a little different but it will function normally..when you are on go to the control panel and look for devices and click it...it will populate a list of everything your computer needs to run ...if you see something in the list with yellow triangles red exclamation marks..these are things that must be addressed..in order to correct the problem..At this point it is usually drivers have been lost to devices...but why? Usually you will find it is because of some crazy spyware or malware..which has infected your windows directory..if you have an Antivirus program run it ASAP..if not you can have one installed at a computer shop along wit h a complete new operating system which is the worse case scenario..40 to 60.00...easiest option get on the web and type FREE avg or avast and download it then run it...hope this helps some how...good luck
Posted on May 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try plugging in an external monitor to see if you can get a picture. If you do, the problem is with your LCD screen.
It may be the LCD backlight. Shine a bright flashlight on the LCD and see if you can see your Windows desktop. If you can, it's almost certain the backlight is out.
Your best bet would be to pursue this as a warranty repair if so.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
SOURCE: i just bought a eee
Press tab and see what message it's giving you. If it's date and time setup then go in BIOS (F2) and fix them up if it's RAM then reseat the RAM If it's no OS found then you need to install windows/Linux (else send it back to the person you bought it from)
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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