My PC does not boot

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My Desktop does not boot sometimes but sometimes it works very well.

When it does not boot every time I have to remove the RAM and fixed it back and sometimes that also not working.

But it does not happened when I shut down the computer and keep the UPS on all the time.

What could be the issue here?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #117646

My PC does not boot

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I had the same problem, but I discovered later that the problem was in the anti virus program

so try to delete program from (STARTUP programs).

1- click (start) then run

2- Write msconfig and press Enter

3- now in (Startup TAB)  disable the program

4- click apply then ok and Reboot Your computer

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My PC does not boot

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First thing you can do is to check your UPS is it working properly or not. May be the battery of your USB is dead and it is not working properly so change your UPS battery in this case. Second thing to check is your computer hardware check all of the components and see for any problem in hardware. If you are getting error in your ram try to replace it with a new one or clean it with some fluid like petrol or any thing else which is more effective in cleaning. Also check for other hardware settings and make sure all is going very well. In this case you can also check your power supply and make sure it is also working fine. Check your supply voltages also and make sure they are accurate. You will be able to solve your problem.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #117648

My PC does not boot

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A PC not booting could be caused by a few factors. Also, it is worth noting that ‘booting’ is different from ‘posting’.

If the computer does not boot, try and don’t change any hardware configuration or do any reseating. Just restart the computer and try booting into Safe Mode by going through the Advanced Boot Options through F8. If it goes through, that means a startup program is causing the problem. Try and disable startup programs and see if the problem is still happening. If not, try and enable each of the startup programs then do restarts to isolate which program it is.

If the computer is not posting, and reseating the RAM fixes it, then you may have a faulty RAM or the RAM slot is faulty, or the leads that connect the RAM to the motherboard is dirty. Try using an eraser and clean your RAM’s leads and see if it helps.

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