PC bootup problem

Discussion in 'IBM' started by Jimmy, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. Jimmy

    Jimmy Guest

    My PC frequently to bootup.
    When the bootup fails, the red LED ,which indicates hard disk, remains
    solid.
    It takes more than 20 times reboot to start the computer successfully.
    Once it can be booted, the BIOS setup utility always complains either
    the speed of the bus is not set correctly or the CPU frequency setup.
    I always ignore and save the previous setup. It can restart
    successfully.
    What is the main cause of this problem?
    How to fix it?
    Thanx
     
    Jimmy, Mar 21, 2005
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