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computer won't boot past PCI Device Listing


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Hello! This is my first time here, so please bear with me if I goof.
When I turn on my system it only goes to the bottom of the screen that lists the PCI Devices. It then locks up and won't go any further.
Can anyone help with this? I usually understand computers pretty well, but this one has me stumped. Thanx.

I have since noticed that the floppy light and the hard drive light stays on.
I don't know what that means, but I know it's not right.

Edited by poppyal, 18 March 2006 - 07:53 PM.

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Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key until you get set up, look for and load BIOS defaults / fail safe defaults, press F10 to save, type Y to confirm then press enter
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Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key until you get set up, look for and load BIOS defaults / fail safe defaults, press F10 to save, type Y to confirm then press enter


Thanks for the reply. I've already tried your suggestion and it did not help. Thanx, again.
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