pandora 0 black screen after trying to

0 black screen after trying to access the BIOS

When I turn on the computer I hear one beep from the speaker I put on the motherboard. The motherboard box is perfect for this. DO NOT PLACE THE MOTHERBOARD ON THE STATIC BAG! It can actually conduct electricity!

Install the CPU and heat sink.

Install the vid pandora eo card and attach the power supply connection(s) to the card if your card needs it.

Connect the monitor to the video card.

Connect the power supply to the motherboard with both the 24pin main ATX Power connection and the separate 4 pin (Dual Core CPU) or 8 pin (Quad Core CPU) power connection.

Do NOT connect ANYTHING else. Make sure you have the power connector on the CPU fan connected.

Use a small screwdriver to momentarily short the power switch connector on the motherboard. Consult your motherboard manual to find which two pins connect to your case’s power switch. Then touch both pins with a screwdriver to complete the circuit and boot the system.

If all is well, it s pandora hould power up and you should get a display. Then assemble the parts into the case and try again. If the system now fails to boot, you have a short in the case and need to recheck your motherboard standoffs.

If the system does not boot after this process, then you most likely have a faulty component. You’ll need to swap parts, start with the power supply, until you determine what is defective.

I would highly recommend a bench test precisely as described below.

Set the motherboard on a non conductive surface. The motherboard box is perfect for this. DO NOT PLACE THE MOTHERBOARD ON THE STATIC BAG! It can actually conduct electricity!

Install the CPU and heat sink.

Install 1 stick of RAM.

Install the video card and attach the power supply connection(s) to the card if your card pandora needs it.

Connect the monitor to the video card.

Connect the power supply to the motherboard with both the 24pin main ATX Power connection and the sep pandora arate 4 pin (Dual Core CPU) or 8 pin (Quad Core CPU) power connection.

pandora 0 behind Crawford’s 23 saves

0 behind Crawford’s 23 saves

St. Louis Blues’ Maxim Lapierre and Chicago Blackhawks’ Nick Leddy run into the glass during the firs pandora t period of an NHL hockey game in Chicago, Wednesday, March, 19, 2014.

But it came with quite a price an injury to leading scorer Patrick Kane that is expected to sideline the star forward for about three weeks.

Corey Crawford stopped 23 shots for his second shutout this season, backstopping the Blackhawks to a physical 4 0 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night that gave Quenneville his 700th NHL win.

“I’ll take any kind of win, but I certainly liked everything about how we went about tonight’s game,” Quenneville said. “It was a real solid team victory for us, something we’ve been trying to do against these guys all year.”

It was a costly victory, though. Kane left the game at 7:56 of the second period, favouring his left leg as he headed to the dressing room followin pandora g a collision with Brenden Morrow.

Kane is expected to miss about three weeks with a lower body injury, Quenneville said.

“He’s a special player,” Quenneville said. “We’ll work our way through this. It’s a huge loss for us.”

Duncan Keith, Andrew Shaw, Marcus Kruger and Ben Smith scored as Chicago ended the league leading Blues’ nine game point streak (8 0 1) and dealt St. Louis its first regulation loss against a Central Division opponent this season. The Blues entered 20 0 2 against division foes and hadn’t lost in regulation since a 1 0 defeat at Anaheim on Feb. 28.

Quenneville, who previously guided St. Louis and Col pandora orado, has the most wins of any active NHL coach and ranks third all time behind Al Arbour and Scotty Bowman, now the Blackhawks’ senior adviser of hockey operations.

Crawfo pandora rd earned his 10th career shutout in Chicago’s first win against the Blues this season after three losses. After St. Louis set the tone early, the Blackhawks regrouped, pushed back and took charge for the remainder of the game.

“Tonight we knew was going to be a tough matchup,” Crawford said. “It was physical it seems like it’s always physical against these guys. It felt like a playoff atmosphere.”

Kane, who has 29 goals and 40 assists, set up Keith’s opening goal. His loss tempered one of Chicago’s biggest victories this season.

“He brings so many things to the table offensively for us,” Keith said. “When you have a guy like that out with an injury, you have to look at the positives from it.”

St. Louis goalie Ryan Miller lost in regulation for the first time since joining the Blues following a trade from Buffalo on Feb. 28. Miller, now 7 1 1 with St. Louis, was replaced by Brian Elliott at 7:58 of the third period after allowing four goals on 27 shots.

“We let him out to dry,” Blues captain David Backes said. “We could have had three goalies in there on some of them. We just didn’t play well in front of him.”

St. Louis needs one win to clinch a playoff spot for the 38th time in franchise history. But on Wednesday, the Blues got shut down after a solid start.

“The first 10 minutes we were really good,” coach Ken Hitchcock said. “Then they dialed it up and we started reacting and they took it to us. A good wake up call.”

The win moved Chicago one point ahead of Colorado for second in the Central Division and fourth in the Western Conference.

The Blackhawks have struggled this season against their top rivals in the Central. Chicago entered Wednesday’s game with only one win and five points in eight games against St. Louis and Colorado.

Keith scored the only goal in a physical first period on a power play with 58 seconds left.

The play got tighter and grittier in the second, and Chicago took a 2 0 lead thanks to Shaw’s goal on a deflection with 4:25 left in the period.

Kruger and Smith scored 2:15 apart in the third period to ice it for Chicago.

Notes: Blackhawks C Michal Handzus played in his 1,000th NHL game and was honoured in a pregame ceremony. . St. Louis RW Vladimir Tarasenko underwent surgery for a right hand injury sustained last Saturday at Nashville in the final minute of the game. He will be re evaluated in six weeks. . Oshie returned to the lineup after missing one game for the birth of his first child. . Chicago LW Brandon Saad sat out his second game with an upper body injury and is day to day.

pandora 0 500GB CP does not spin up So

0 500GB CP does not spin up Solved

I have a Lacie DT Hard Drive USB 2.0 500GB CP, it does not spin up. I also have 430GB of video on it.

Its left on all the time, I use it as a NAS. It wasnt showing up on my Windows 7 machine and the light was off. I cycled the power and listened to it spin up very closely (with a stethoscope actually). It sounds fine at first but the light only comes on briefly, not even long enough to reach its usual brightness. Then I hear a regular ticking, about 1 second apart, a muted beep and then the big zero. The whole thing lasts about 10 seconds. I dont have another power supply. I tried opening the enclosure, the back panel doesnt want to come off and I dont want to force it.

I don’t find the drive user manual on the Net, but if you could check it closely and see if you can remove it from the case, then attach it (probably a SATA drive) to your desktop both data and power to see or hear if it will spin up. If it is a power related problem it will spin up using the desktop power connector. If so, then copy the files immediatly to a safe folder. If it doesn’t spin up with a direct power connection, there isn’t an inexpensive way to retrieve the files.

I don’t find the drive user manual on the Net, but if you could check it closely and see if you can remove it from the case, then attach it (probably a SATA drive) to your desktop both data and power to see or hear if it will spin up. If it is a power related problem it will spin up using the desktop power connector. If so, then copy the files immediatly to a safe folder. If it doesn’t spin up with a direct power connection, there isn’t an inexpensive way to retrieve the files.

Thats thats the prognosis I was thinking about, but I wanted another opinion. I didnt think of using a desktop. The only problem with that is I dont have that much space on any other drives. I suppose I could start the transfer and then start deleting stuff thats less important than the video. Thats if it even works. Would a bad PS act the same way every time, same exact behavior, same duration, not intermittent?

EDIT: What do you think about the freezing trick?

group6 said:

Thats thats the prognosis I was thinking about, but I wanted another opinion. I didnt think of using a desktop. The only problem with that is I dont have that much space on any other drives. I suppose I could start the transfer and then start deleting stuff thats less important than the video. Thats if it even works. Would a bad PS act the same way every time, same exact behavior, same duration, not intermittent?

EDIT: What do you think about the freezing trick?

As a general rule, when you get exactly the same results every time, short spinup, then ‘clicking’ then nothing, it’s almost certainly the disk. New disk clicks are not good.

The freezer was the next and last step! (good you found it) You should have the drive out of the case to test first, in case there is a case PCB or power problem. Many folks recommend you have the sata and power cables connected to the drive. Then double zip lock bag it, and if you have a couple small drying packs or small medicine bottle drying cylinders, put them inside. Seal it, with the wires coming out, and put it in the freezer 2 hrs to overnight.

Then immediately connect it back to your desktop to see if it will spin up and stay running for 15 min or enough time to copy off all the data.

It’s worth a try.

group6 said:

No change using the desktop PS. It is a Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 SATA. As to freezing it, I guess it isnt really sealed with the cables sticking out, just seal it as best as possible then remove it from the freezer and connect it while still in the bag? The board on the desktop only has 1 SATA connector. Another computer has an Asus P5AD2 Deluxe board that has 2 SATA disks in a RAID 1 with Intel Matrix RAID. I dont think another single disk can be used as a second drive though.

The RAID SATA connector won’t work. You need a regular IDE SATA connector, or a pandora > pandora SATA USB converted you know works, ready to go, or a different desktop. It needs to be ready to go, so when you remove the package from the freezer, it can be plugged in a spun up before much warming.

Good point. Cables have been tried different ways. The ‘original way’ I think was to double seal the pandora bags without cables, then when you removed out the HDD, attach the cables as rapidly as possible to prevent the H pandora DD warming up. There the HDD would have to be exposed to room air and would begin warming the second it was removed.

Others have left the cables attached so they could be plugged into the desktop as fast as possible, not disturbing the HDD in the cold bags. Sealed at exit. Probably the best to prevent warming and condensation.