The following is my critique of your post. Please take this in the way it is intended, which is constructive criticism.
What OS is this addressing? Several of the items you mention are only for Win 95/98 or ME and do not apply to NT/2000/XP/Vista.
Some problems I noticed:
- Many of the entries are generic and need a lot more detail.
- You use acronyms like S.M.P.S.but don't explain what they mean.
- The beep codes you mention are not universal, they only apply to some BIOS makes.
- You mention data cable in various places. What is this, is it the IDE cable?
- For No display on screen you mention the hard disk not being connected correctly. That is only one of many things that can cause this and one of the less likely. Defective memory or PSU is more likely.
- This one has me baffled:
9. SHOWING CMOS ERROR
Replace 3 Volt battery of Mother Board . Set Original Settings Manually.(Refer CMOS Setup chart)
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What does the above have to do with this? Also, where do you find a CMOS setup chart?
I could go on but I hope you see what I'm getting at. The idea you posted is good but it needs a lot of work to be useful, especially to people that do not have a lot of technical ability background.